Changing My Hairstyle

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Changing My Hairstyle

A few years ago, a friend of mine told me that my hair was a little dated. I was kind of offended at first, but the more I thought about it, the more I realized that she was right. I needed a change, but I wasn't sure what I wanted. I started doing a little research, and I was able to find an incredible salon near my house that offered what I was looking for. I made an appointment, and the hairstylist walked me through a litany of styles, colors, and accessories. This blog is designed to help people to learn more about what a spa or salon can do for you, so that you can change your look too.

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3 Tips To Avoid Contracting An Infection From A Nail Salon Visit

A nail salon is designed to provide a relaxing space where you can get a manicure, pedicure, and other spa services. However, the salon is also a breeding ground for bacteria and viruses. With the amount of people that walk in and out of salons, it is important for a nail salon to be vigilant in their cleaning practices. Unless the salon performs deep cleanings on a regular basis, it is difficult to completely avoid getting an infection. Luckily, there are a few tips you can use in order to keep bacteria and viruses at bay when you go to a nail salon.

Bring Your Own Pumice Stone

A nail salon uses pumice stones to remove dead skin from your hands and feet. As a result, the stone takes any bacteria and viruses like warts along with it. If the nail salon uses the same pumice stone from one client to the next then this may result in the transfer of bacteria and viruses. Nail salons try to prevent this by using a new pumice stone for each client. However, there is no way of guaranteeing that the pumice stone is actually bacteria-free. In order to avoid this possibility, you can bring your own pumice stone to your nail salon visit.

Use an Anti-Fungal Cleaner After Every Visit

A fungus is a common skin infection and can easily be passed from one person to the next. The best way to avoid any chance of developing fungus is to use an anti-fungal cleaner after you leave the salon. Hydrogen peroxide and tea tree oil are good examples of anti-fungal cleaners that you can use to clean your skin after a nail salon visit.

Make Sure Your Salon Worker Wears Gloves

Nail salon workers may wear gloves when working with clients. This is meant to prevent the transfer of bacteria and infection from one client to the next. However, this practice is not regulated so some workers may not wear gloves unless you ask them to do so. It may feel like an unnecessary step, but it is an added precaution that will prevent you from getting any kind of infection.

The nail salon is meant to leave you relaxed and rejuvenated. However, an infection can quickly halt any kind of relaxation. As a result, use these tips to ensure that you do not get an infection after a nail salon visit.