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INTRODUCING SANI SAK
The First Ever Portable, Professional Quality Nail Tool Kit
Did you know that 1 in 4 women are the victims of dangerous nail infections from getting manicures at a nail salon? Enter Sani Sak, the complete nail kit loaded with everything you need for a safe nail salon visit, including your own set of 15 professional-grade essentials. Sani Sak provides stainless steel nail tools, files, buffers, and more, as well as an antimicrobial-treated towel organizer that holds it all while protecting your fingers and toes from those infectious, dangerous germs.
Bringing Your own tools
Dr. Robert Spalding, a podiatrist and author of the book ‘Death by Pedicure’ warns “the most alarming health risk at a nail salon is an injury that leads to infection” and “about 75 percent of salons in the U.S. don't follow state protocol for disinfection.” Bringing your own tools to a nail salon is widely accepted in the nail industry. (READ MORE). As a matter of fact, the Center for Disease Control recommends that you do! (READ MORE).
Just bring your Sani Sak to your next nail appointment and simply tell your manicurist that you have your own tools, unroll the Anti-Microbial Sani Organizer, and rest your hands on it at the manicure or pedicure station. Let YOUR fingers do the talking and enjoy your manicure or pedicure with peace of mind.
Protect a Friend
Here's How It Works:We don’t want you to have to go shopping every few months for the necessary disposable items that come in your original Sani Sak! Our goal is to make sure you continue to stay safe! So please go to our website and sign up for our convenient “Stay Protected” subscription and receive your refills at a savings! Our “Protect a Friend” referral program is easy! Once you create your own subscription you’ll be able to easily share the Sani Sak story and earn your free refills! Refer 3 friends, that purchase their own Sani Sak, and your next “Stay Protected” refill is free!
And lastly: The one thing available at almost all nail salons that's NOT posted on any service menu is a contagious skin disease!