Spa Pedicure

Softening, soaking and removing hard skin using acid and an electric file

A spa pedicure is a therapeutic treatment for your feet that removes dead skin, softenes hard skin and spahes and treats your toenails.

What is a pedicure good for?

• A regular pedicure can support chiropody if you suffer from feet problems. This may prevent you from needing further treatment.
• A pedicure can also help your posture – you naturally walk more comfortable on cared- for feet.
• Pedicures can also soothe and relax after softening and soothing cream into your feet, you may feel you are walking on air!

What to expect from a pedicure:

A traditional pedicure begins with a therapeutic foot bath. Your feet are soaked and cleansed in warm, scented water to soften the skin.

An exfoliating rub will slough off dead skin with salts or minerals. Your pedicurist will also remove your cuticles and cut and shapes your toenails.

Applied Scrub and then cream are massaged into your feet to refresh and soften your skin.

High quality toenails gel polish will be applied at the end of your pedicure.

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!

A pedicure will usually take between 60-90 minutes, depending on the feet conditions.

Spa pedicure

Spa pedicure including gel polish