A Pampering pedicure treatment includes a
soothing and very relaxing foot massage; this is one of the steps on a
pedicure procedure that people really loves. It uses essential oils and
other materials that make the skin moisturized and give the muscles a
very relaxing feeling. Foot massage eases the muscle tension on the foot
and leg keeping it free from stress and allowing the blood to flow
Foot massage can be avail from day spa or a salon, but you it can
also be done at home. Here are simple steps that can guide you to get
your own foot massage at home.
Foot Massage Procedure Steps:
- Prepare A Foot Bath – Get a bowl and fill it with warm water, then
add some lime or any essential oil and stir it. This will serve as your
foot bath where you can soak your feet and scrub the dead and dry skin
off your feet.
- Apply Bath Up to the Legs – Make use of a towel and let absorb the
mixture, then hold the towel on the knee level and let the mixture drip
from the calf muscle until the sole of the feet. This will allow the leg
to absorb the mixture and the nutrients it offers.
- Ankle Massage – Then slightly hold the feet and then gently rotate
the ankles to a clockwise direction and then vice versa. This will allow
the ankles to maximize its movement easing the tension it absorbs from
standing and walking.
- Sole Massage – After having the ankle therapy, apply any type of
lotion on the feet and then massage the sole by pushing your thumb on
it. Do this slowly and gently. Continue doing this until the edges of
- Heel Massage – Then continue the sole massage until you get to the
heel of the feet where you press your thumb harder and do it on a
circular motion. To ease the tension.
- Leg and Calf – Then you can continue the massage on the calf muscles
and legs to loosen the muscles and give it a relaxing and soothing
That is how you do a foot massage that would bring you a spectacular pampered feeling.
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Just give us a call at 1855 429 PEDI. You can also email one of these
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