1. Traditional Pedicure
Everyone is familiar with a traditional pedicure. It includes a warm foot soak, a scrub, nail clipping and filing, a small foot and calf massage, and nail polish application. If you perform this pedicure regularly, your feet would look healthy and clean. Most spas and salons provide this pedicure service and will make sure you feel pampered and relaxed. This pedicure is ideal for people who want a fuss-free treatment that doesn’t take too much time.
2. Spa Pedicure
The spa pedicure is a more refined and thorough version of a normal pedicure. The technician will still clean and moisturize your feet, clip your nails, and perform other such tasks, but you’ll also get some added benefits. Most spa pedicures include aromatherapy oils, an exfoliating scrub, and other such treatments. Spa pedicures are more targeted and relaxing. They’re often performed in quiet, isolated spa rooms where you can relax and let go.
3. Sports Pedicure
Athletes place a considerable amount of pressure on their feet so they require a different kind of pedicure. The sports treatment is very similar to a regular pedicure treatment but technicians will use cold instead of heat to address the problem. Cooling aromatherapy oils are used to relax the muscles and ligaments and decrease any inflammation due to exercise. The techniques will apply a deeper, more intensive massage to the feet and calves to relieve any ache or soreness. This is a no-frills treatment and generally, nail polish application isn’t included in the procedure.
4. French Pedicure
This process is very similar to traditional or spa pedicure but it includes the traditional French painted nails. You’ll still receive a warm foot bath, a massage, and a trim during this pedicure. This service is ideal for people who look clean, sophisticated nail colors and designs on their feet.
5. Chocolate Pedicure
Lovers of chocolate would consider it a waste to apply the sweet delicacy on their feet but this pedicure offers a very luxurious experience. The aroma of chocolate help you feel relaxed and calm as the technician will use chocolate foot soak, foot mask, and a chocolate moisturizing lotion for the treatment.
Cocoa is a natural moisturizer and a very potent antioxidant. It would ensure your feet look and feel cleansed. Unfortunately, not all spas and salons offer this pedicure so you’ll have to seek out those that specialize in it. The chocolate pedicure is for ladies who love the aroma of the delicacy and aren’t afraid to shell out a little extra money on the service.
6. Fish Pedicure
The fish pedicure is very popular and very fascinating. Not everyone is willing to place their feet in a fish tank and watch little fish pluck away dead skin cells. People who have experimented with this often describe it to be a very interesting sensation. The garra rufa fish consume dead skin cells as well as calluses and they’re very gentle. This pedicure is usually painless but we don’t recommend it to people with particularly sensitive feet. This pedicure is great for people with an adventurous spirit and those who like to experiment with new things.
7. Milk and Honey Pedicure
This pedicure is the ultimate luxury experience and will make your feet soft and supple. Technicians will provide a milk foot bath followed by an exfoliating sugar scrub to remove all dead skin cells and calluses. After the feet are clean, the technician will apply a honey mask to hydrate and soothe the skin. This pedicure isn’t very common and you’ll have to do some research to find a spa near you that provides this service.
If you have any questions about a pedicure, best pedicure chair, and equipment, you’re free to contact us at Pedi Source. Just give us a call at 1855 429 PEDI. You can also email one of these two email address with your questions and contact details: [email protected] and [email protected].
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