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Pedicure services | Nail salon Brantford

A pedicure is a cosmetic treatment of the feet and toenails, analogous to a manicure. Pedicures are done for cosmetic, therapeutic purposes. They are popular throughout the world, and especially among women.


1. What's included in a pedicure ?

Regular pedicure: A simple treatment that includes foot soaking, foot scrubbing with a pumice stone or foot file, nail clipping, nail shaping, foot and calf massage, moisturizer and nail polishing.

2. What is a classic pedicure ?

Basic or classic pedicures are what you probably learned in school. Shape the nails and cuticle area, slough the feet and/or legs, massage calves and feet, and finish with an invigorating peppermint-type lotion. A spa-type pedicure goes further with exfoliation and pampering of the client.

3. Are Pedicures bad for your feet?

While a professional pedicure can help you feel pampered and confident in summer sandals, there are health risks associated with nail trimming, cuticle clipping, and foot soaking. Salon pedicures can put you at risk for developing foot fungus, ingrown toenails and/or dangerous infections.

4. Are Pedicures worth it?

Here's why getting one is actually worth it. According to Lin, pedicures generally last longer than manicures. "There's just less wear and tear on your toes, even if you're on your feet all day," she says

5. How do you prepare for a pedicure?

Soaking your feet in warm water, enjoying a foot massage or a sugar scrub, walking away with a stylish color or a clear gloss can be delightful. To make your pedicure experience go as smoothly as possible for you and your nail technician, follow a few simple rules of etiquette.

6. How often should you have a pedicure done?

The general rule is that you should go every two weeks for your pedicure. However, this is just an estimate and the real-time period that you should wait depends on certain things.


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