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“Doug’s information, from a scientific point of view, is critical to every nail technician’s continuing education. His passion to share his knowledge with us…has single-handedly raised the level of professionalism in the nail industry.”
— Vicki Peters, Master Nailtech

“Doug Schoon provides the scientific information that should be required reading for nail professionals; it’s that important and belongs in every salon and beauty school.”
— Jaime Schrabeck, Ph.D., Precision Nails

“We give every student Nail Structure and Product Chemistry!”
— Karin Schön, President KN Nail Products Sweden

“Old or new to the industry, Doug’s book and DVD should be on your don’t skip list. Even with 22 years in the industry, these both held my attention.”
— Debbie Doerrlamm, Webmaster, Beautytech.com

“This is the Bible for nail professionals serious about success…This book is brilliant, it’s like having Doug on tap. This book should be required reading in every single classroom.”
— Sam Sweet, Co-Founder of Sweet Squared, UK

“Doug Schoon’s phenomenal book and the series of “Doug Schoon’s Brain in 3-D” will give you many of those “Light Bulb Moments” when you have been unable to solve problems in the salon. Thanks for helping me to become an expert in my field as an educator and nail artisan.”
— Gig Rouse, High Priestess of Nails in the European Union

“Cancer Rate Falls” (2009)

Cancer Rates Continue to Fall in the U.S.
December 2009

Cancer diagnosis and deaths continued to decline in the US according to the latest available data States a recent report from the National Cancer Institute. New diagnosis for all types of cancers has fallen on average about 1% each year between 1999 and 2006.

This information flies in the face of scare mongering claims made by consumer advocacy groups who want us to believe that increased use of cosmetics and personal care products are causing more cancers. These fear based activist groups continue to use such erroneous claims to needlessly frighten the public and raise unfair and unwarranted concerns. Both the US FDA and Health Canada have publicly stated that cosmetics are among the safest product categories under their regulation and neither have expressed concerns that cosmetics or personal care products are contributing to an increase in cancer in humans.

Source: The Wall Street Journal