WHAT IS PEDICURE AND MANICURE?
Pedicures and manicures are beauty treatments that focus on the feet and hands. These treatments are drawn to clean, shape, beautify the nails and remove any dead skin or callosity.
Pedicures commonly start with saturating the feet in warm, soapy water to alleviate the skin and make removing rough reinforcement or callosity easier. Afterward, a pumice stone, foot file, or peeling scrub removes any dead skin or callosity on the feet. The specialist will then trim and shape the nails and may appeal a moisturizing lotion or oil to the skin.
Manicures follow a similar process to pedicures but focus on the hands and nails. The specialist will start by cleaning the nails and removing any old polish. They will trim and shape the nails and use a shell pusher to push back any excess skin around them. Subsequently, the nails can be painted with polish or buffed to a shiny finish.
Many salons provide technician pedicures and manicures, including additional steps such as paraffin wax treatments, hot stone massages, or aromatherapy. These treatments provide extra relaxation and spoil for the hands and feet.
Pedicures and manicures can improve the aspect and health of the hands and feet and survey clients with a relaxing and enjoyable experience. They can also promote good hygiene and prevent nail infections.
Selecting a reputable salon and technician who uses clean and safe tools and practices for these treatments is important. Clients should also avoid salons that use harsh chemicals or tools that may cause injury.