Gehwol is the world’s most comprehensive line of effective therapeutic foot care products.
2001 W Main Street, Suite 275
Stamford, CT 06902
United States of America
Toll Free: 1-877-373-7899
Follow along GEHWOL Non-Soak Pedicure live demo by Hope Goldman. From the customer consultation, to applying each product, and finalizing with home-care products recommendations.
Focusing on the removal of calluses, you can eliminate the need to soak by using products designed specifically to help break the cell bond of dry skin. A comforting scrub, mask, and foot massage will provide complete relaxation to your overworked feet.
Toenails are required to protect the toes. The GEHWOL Nail Repair System is the complete package for both manicures and pedicures.
It consists of one-phase GEHWOL Nail Repair Gel, hardened by UV light, in any of the three options: clear, rosa and opal. Instantly, it will strengthen and regenerate brittle and weak nails. It is essential to treat the nails after an application with the med Protective Nail and Skin Oil. This offers sensitive toes the ultimate protection when a nail is lost.
We will show you how to work with this special gel and how to increase your income. Best of all, your customers will feel whole again. No more painful or embarrassing fingernails or toenails.
GEHWOL is the world’s most comprehensive line of effective therapeutic foot care. Gehwol products treat a wide range of foot conditions including calluses, cracks, blister, fungus, sweat, and dryness.
Product knowledge will give you confidence when introducing new products to your clients and can help increase your sales.
Our GEHWOL educator Patricia Mushero will be happy to answer all your questions regarding our products and technique through a live Q&A session at the end of the webinar.
34.2 million People, or 10.5% of the U.S. population, have diabetes. An estimated 26.8 million people – or 10.2% of the population – have been diagnosed with diabetes. Approximately 7.3 million people have diabetes but have not yet been diagnosed (2018). Common accompanying signs of diabetes include dry skin and excess callus on the feet. They are partly responsible for serious foot complications such as diabetic foot syndrome, which may result in amputations. But this can be avoided with the right care.
With this webinar, we would like to provide you with support and professional education, so that you can inform and motivate your clients with diabetes to work toward sustainable prevention of foot lesions and the Diabetic Foot Syndrome.