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A regular pedicure is the most common type of treatment for your toes. This method starts with a warm foot soak and a foot scrub. It is followed by clipping your nails, shaping or filing the edges, pushing of cuticles, foot massage, moisturizing and applying a nail polish if you wish. This type of pedicure is suitable for people who prefer a simple and direct maintenance treatment.
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A spa pedicure is also similar to a regular pedicure but with additional services and benefits. The extra services are what makes it special compared to the other types of pedicures. Treatment includes an exfoliating scrub, hot towel wrap, hydrating mask. Which will leave your feet feeling relaxed and rejuvenated especially after a long day.
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A gel pedicure is very similar—if not identical—to a gel manicure. "The basic outline is cutting the nails, lightly soaking the feet, cutting the cuticles, followed by one base coat layer, two layers of color, and a top coat layer.
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Rough skin around your heels can become so severe that it can cause deep cracks and infections. Dry feet exposed in public areas such as unclean foot baths, unclean salons and spas can develop dry, unsightly, flaking and rough skin. Proper hydration of the feet can help to keep skin healthy and allow it to do its job of “protection.”
Treating dry, rough skin
Scratchy or sandpaper like skin
Skin prone to fungal infections
Bare feet exposure in public area such as locker rooms, communal baths and showers saunas, swimming pools, airport security