SPA PEDICURE
Posted on May 3, 2014 in Uncategorized
Pedicure

A Spa Pedicure is a procedure which cleans and removes the dead skin cells from the feet and toenails.
It helps prevent nail diseases. The pedicure is also accompanied by a foot massage that rejuvenates
the skin as well as relaxing the muscles. But what really sets it apart is the fact that it’ll be a longer service,
with more steps — an aromatic exfoliating scrub, hydrating mask, hot towel wrap, jelly pedicures and paraffin dips
are also on the menu at alot of places and this are the things that’ll make the spa pedicure last longer and feel
more luxurious. If you’re more adventurous, you can invest in a fish pedicures (where you dip your feet into a
tank full of tiny fish which nibble away at the hard skin on your feet! But in general, they will help to remove
excess dead hard skin on the soles of your feet but they will not use a blade to scrap this off. This technique
is very dangerous and can cause further problems to the area. the pedicure blades were invented for chiropodists
who are trained feet doctors and not for general beauty purposes. Rather, callous removing products are used which
contain a certain amount of chemicals to help dissolve hard skin and make it easier to file away.