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Under Executive Order by the State of Michigan, we will be following the "Stay Home, Stay Safe" mandate by closing our warehouse and halting online ordering through April 13, 2020. We remain committed to the professional beauty industry during this tough time and look forward to serving you again soon. For helpful links, Click Here.
A variety of salon services, from pedicures to piercing, require skin antiseptic. Our skin antiseptics come in a range of applications to ensure proper sanitation. There are sanitizers that can be sprayed directly on the skin to kill bacteria on contact. When used according to directions, these skin antiseptics can help heal scalps or sanitize cuts. Pedicurists may consider the natural antiseptic qualities of tea tree oil. If your client has blisters, reach into your manicure pedicure supplies for this helpful oil. For waxing specialists, a pre-wax step that includes a numbing antiseptic with gentle plant extracts may offer extra client ease. Specially designed cleansers from our professional spa supplies also prepare skin for hair removal. Many of our antiseptic products are multi-purpose; some are service specific. Use the right product in each situation to benefit clients.
Soothing Skin Antiseptic Liquid
In various forms, antiseptics not only kill bacteria, they also remove oil, perspiration and make-up. Soothing skin antiseptic liquid offers all this, while aiding with various discomforts. It can clean and relieve minor abrasions and scratches. We have the skin antiseptic liquids to act as astringents for skin, scalp and nails. Before applying artificial nails, apply a liquid astringent as a preparation for the service. When using hair clippers and trimmers, you move with care. While giving professional manicure treatments, you work with a steady hand. Nicks can still occur though, or clients could arrive with areas already needing attention. Shaving and tweezing also can cause irritation. Whether you provide care from a creamy solution, a spray or liquid, apply liquid skin antiseptics you trust.