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Good day my Lajornae fans I'm getting you involved in decision making to enhance better services seeing that the store is not quite opened. To best suit your needs what are some of the things would you be interested in e.g. Hair Extension Cosmetics Fashion Jewelry Bath & Bodyworks etc. Your ideas are highly appreciated
Hey facebookers what are your takes on a mobile spa business?
Blessed is the man that walketh not in the counsel of the ungodly. Good morning bookers.
It is Coming soon so watch out guys. God is good
I NEED A SHOP ASAP WILLING TO PAY 15K - 25K PER MONTH KINGSTON OR PORTMORE BUSY AREA.
Lajornae Nail Care Tip of the Week. When having a foot treatment (including pedicures), avoid shaving or waxing your legs for 24 hours. Shaving your legs causes superficial nicks that leave you susceptible to infection. You also shave off the top layer of skin, which protects against irritation from perfumed creams and other chemicals. Have a Blessed and Prosperouse Day
Did You Know? Did you know that Your cuticles (the folds of skin at the base of your nail) protect your nail matrix. Cutting them leaves you vulnerable to infection. Keep your cuticles intact. If you want to make your nails look longer, use a wooden orange stick and gently push them back. Have a blessed week Facebookers Fr: Team Lajornae Nail Care
Hi Peeps, Did you know that your fingernails can provide clues to your overall health — but do you know how to read the signs? Well here are a few warning signs to prompt you that something may be wrong. 1) Nail pitting Nail pitting is small depressions in the nails. it is most common in people who have psoriasis — a condition characterized by scaly patches on the skin. Nail pitting can also be related to connective tissue disorders, such as Reiter's syndrome, and alopecia areata — an autoimmune disease that causes hair loss. 2) Nail clubbing Nail clubbing occurs when the tips of the fingers enlarge and the nails curve around the fingertips, usually over the course of years. Nail clubbing is sometimes the result of low oxygen in the blood and could be a sign of various types of lung disease. Nail clubbing is also associated with inflammatory bowel disease, cardiovascular disease, liver disease and AIDS. 3) Spoon nails Spoon nails (koilonychia) are soft nails that look scooped out. The depression usually is large enough to hold a drop of liquid. Often, spoon nails are a sign of iron deficiency anemia or a liver condition known as hemochromatosis, in which your body absorbs too much iron from the food you eat. Spoon nails can also be associated with heart disease and hypothyroidism. 4) Terry's nails With the condition known as Terry's nails, the tip of each nail has a dark band. Sometimes this can be attributed to aging. In other cases, it can be a sign of a serious underlying condition, such as liver disease, congestive heart failure or diabetes. 5) Beau's lines Beau's lines are indentations that run across the nails. The indentations can appear when growth at the area under the cuticle is interrupted by injury or severe illness. Conditions associated with Beau's lines include uncontrolled diabetes and peripheral vascular disease, as well as illnesses associated with a high fever, such as scarlet fever, measles, mumps and pneumonia. Beau's lines can also be a sign of zinc deficiency. 6) Nail separation With a condition known as onycholysis, the fingernails become loose and can separate from the nail bed. Sometimes detached nails are associated with injury or infection. In other cases nail separation is a reaction to a particular drug or consumer product, such as nail hardeners or adhesives. Thyroid disease and psoriasis — a condition characterized by scaly patches on the skin — also can cause nail separation. 7) Yellow nail syndrome With yellow nail syndrome, nails thicken and new growth slows. This results in a yellowish discoloration of the nails. Nails affected by yellow nail syndrome might lack a cuticle and detach from the nail bed in places. Yellow nail syndrome is often a sign of respiratory disease, such as chronic bronchitis. Yellow nail syndrome can also be related to swelling of the hands (lymphedema). Remember to treat your nails well and they in return will do the same to you. Have a productive day. Lajornae Nail Care
Lajornae's Nail Fact of the week. Sometimes we ask ourselves. Is wearing acrylic harmful to my natural nails? Acrylic nails aren't likely to harm your natural nails. It's important to be cautious when using acrylic nails, however. Sometimes a gap develops between the acrylic nail and the natural nail. If the acrylic nail is bumped or jarred, it can separate from the natural nail. This gap provides a moist, warm environment in which a nail infection can flourish. A nail infection might also occur if acrylic nails are too long or too rigid, or the nails are applied with unsanitary tools. If you develop a nail infection, your natural nail might become thick or ragged and appear discoloured. Have a Productive week. From Lajornae Nail Care
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Hey Peeps, Did you know that biting your nails is a disorder and not a habit?
Thought for the day is - Be kind to the Universe and in return the universe will be kind to you. Have your self a Terific Thursday evening.
Happy Saturday peeps
Hey my peeps how is your day going so far? Remember to treat your nails right and they will in return be nice to you. Have a great day
Question? How often should one do a pedicure? A) Every 3 months B) Once per year C) Every 2 - 3 weeks D) Twice per week E) Whenever you like