A luxury pedicure exclusively using Footlogix’s unique groundbreaking Dermal Infusion Technology. This specialty treatment uses active ingredients to penetrate faster and deeper into the troubled skin of the feet. Enjoy a hot towel masque with a detoxifying treatment and ‘Double Defense’ rejuvenating and hydrating mousse application. Finish with a relaxing therapeutic massage. Footlogix has been clinically proven to perform and will leave your feet looking and feeling years younger.
Margarita Pedicure: Fresh limes and kosher salt intoxicate the senses, while our sugar-lime scrub and moisturizing mask revitalize and nourish from knees to toes. Finish with a cool stone massage featuring a tantalizing cocktail of our cucumber heel therapy and lime zest lotion. Nail and cuticle maintenance followed by your choice of polish color, complete the ultimate treat for your feet! Available April – August
This is truly one of our signature services. Come and experience our amazing state of the art Spa Chair There’s nothing like it! Let us pamper your feet in a heated, scented spa bath of warm water and Sea Rock We will shape your nails and care for calluses and cuticles. This service comes with a foot and leg massage, exfoliate and sea clay mask. Nails are reshaped and polished, cuticles are cleaned and trimmed feet are buffed.
Nail polish is considered a hazardous waste by some regulatory bodies such as the Los Angeles Department of Public Works.[30] Many countries have strict restrictions on sending nail polish by mail.[31][32] The "toxic trio" are currently being phased out, but there are still components of nail polish that could cause environmental concern. Leaking out of the bottle into the soil could cause contamination in ground water.[33][34] Chromium(III) oxide green and Prussian blue are common in nail polish and have shown evidence of going through chemical degradation, which could have a detrimental effect on health.[citation needed]
To start, Anna, one of the nail technicians in the salon, removed all access nail polish from my nail using acetone before pulling out her electric buffing machine to smooth out any rugged areas on my nail and create a clean canvas for the powder to stick to. After cutting and shaping my nail—I opted for an oval shape instead of my usual squoval—and pushing back my cuticles, it was time for the fun to begin. Anna brushed on a primer, then swiped on a clear polish. While there were an array of powder colors to choose from (pink, nude, purple, etc.) my heart was set on the pale orange shade I saw upon arriving at the salon so I chose to go with that.
You can take your own tools to a nail salon, even if you feel self-conscious. Germs can linger on salon tools that aren't cleaned, like emery boards. If you choose to use the salon's tools, they should be heat sterilized, soaked in clear antibacterial solution, or come prepackaged. Ask for a new tool if one falls on the floor during your appointment. You don't want to leave the salon with a skin or nail infection.
For Best Results: Prep your nail with Remove nail polish remover and apply two coats of any MATTEVELVET shade to your nail bed. Mattes can be applied over Zoya GetEven to protect your nails from staining when using highly pigmented shades. To extend wear, apply one coat of the Zoya MatteVelvet Topcoat over your favorite matte shades after polish is completely dry. Due to the unique matte formulation, color is typically not as long-wearing as traditional nail color.
Trim your cuticles if you want to get rid of dead skin or hang nails. Use a cuticle trimmer to cut off the cuticles after you push them back. Simply use this tool as a miniature pair of scissors to snip off the dead cuticle skin around your toes. Start at the outer edge of your cuticles, and make small snips until you remove all of the dead skin.[12]
In between pedicures, cut your toenails straight across to trim them. This helps prevent ingrown toenails and keeps them strong. Filing your nails slightly so they're rounded in the center is fine. Before you polish your nails, gently clean underneath them with a manicure stick. If you have diabetes, your health care provider will do regular foot exams and teach you how to care for your feet.
Home Pedicures are easy to do, don’t take too much time and leave your feet feeling fabulous. Home Pedicures are perfect for people of have a little time available, and want to save the cost and inconvenience of having to commute to a salon for a pedicure. To do pedicures at home, you don’t need to have expensive tools and equipment as you only need a few basic things (most of which you probably already have), and then simply follow the easy steps involved.
Butyl Acetate, Ethyl Acetate, Nitrocellulose, Adipic Acid/Neopentyl Glycol/Trimellitic Anhydride Copolymer, Isopropyl Alcohol, Acetyl Tributyl Citrate, Polyethylene Terephthalate, Silica, n-Butyl Alcohol, Benzophenone-1, Polyurethane-11. MAY CONTAIN / PEUT CONTENIR (+/-): Yellow 5 Lake (CI 19140), Aluminum Powder (CI 77000), Violet 2 (CI 60725), Ferric Ammonium Ferrocyanide (CI 77510).
In cold weather, bring plastic wrap to your pedicure to help avoid smudges. Before you leave the salon, ask the technician to put a layer of cuticle oil on your newly polished toes. Then wind the plastic wrap around them before you put tights, socks, or shoes back on. Pedicure socks have openings for toes and can be worn with flip-flops. Or slip your feet into special pedicure boots that have a front flap that leaves your toes exposed.
THIS TOOL DOES NOT PROVIDE MEDICAL ADVICE. It is intended for general informational purposes only and does not address individual circumstances. It is not a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment and should not be relied on to make decisions about your health. Never ignore professional medical advice in seeking treatment because of something you have read on the WebMD Site. If you think you may have a medical emergency, immediately call your doctor or dial 911.
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