A pedicure is a cosmetic treatment of the feet and toenails, analogous to a manicure. These are done for cosmetic, therapeutic purposes. They are popular throughout the world, and especially among women
Most people get it to relax or cosmetic touch-ups, but there are a few potential health benefits as well:
- Infection detection: A nail artist might be able to detect fungal infections or bunions early, so you can deal with them before they become an issue.
- Softer skin: Many pedicures will use creams, lotions, and other add-ons that work to cure dry skin. And nearly all of them include exfoliation to remove any dead, unnecessary skin.
- Stress relief: If you can relax during a pedicure, you might get a psychological boost.
What to expect from
A traditional pedicure begins with a therapeutic foot bath or spa. Your feet are soaked and cleansed in warm, scented water to soften the skin — like a mini-Jacuzzi for your feet.
An exfoliating rub will slough off dead skin with salts or minerals. Your pedicurist will also remove your cuticles and cut and shape your toenails.
A good pedicure will result in your feet looking as well as feeling fantastic. You should want to show off your tootsies and make rash promises to yourself about how much better you’ll take care of your feet in future!
It will usually last between 30 and 90 minutes, depending on the techniques involved. Allow time afterwards to ease yourself back into standing up!
- Express Pedicure $40
Foot scrub and soak/cut, file and shape nails/polish toenails (30 Min)
- Pedicure $55
Foot scrub and soak/cut, file and shape nails/cuticle work/buff heels/foot massage/polish toenails (60 Min)
- Deluxe Pedicure $65
Full pedicure including removal of dead skin and callouses (60 Min)
- Toenail paint only $15
Pedicure with Shellac Polish $90 – 90 Min - Cut/file/shape nails/cuticle work/shellac polish/foot scrub and soak/removal of dead skin and callouses/buff feet/foot massage