Spa treatment prices increases from time to time. Not everyone can afford the costing of pedicures and manicures at these high rated spas. But now we have found the solution to this problem. If you want a spa-quality pedicure without the high price tag, then wrap yourself in a terry robe and settle in for an easy, at-home pedicure.
Pour yourself a glass of tea or coffee and enjoy a spa at home.
Make your feet feel blissful and follow the given steps:
What You Need:
- Polish Remover & Cotton Pads
- Foot Soak (optional)
- Nail Clippers & File
- Nail/Cuticle Nipper
- Cuticle Pusher
- Pumice Stone & Exfoliating Scrub
- Nail Polish
Steps to Follow:
Remove Old Nail Polish-
Use an acetone-free nail polish remover to get rid of all hints of your last pedicure.
Soak Your Feet-
Choose either after a bath or shower time, as it is the perfect to do pedicure. You can soften your skin in five minutes in a pinch. For best results, use warm water. To invest in a Foot Soak add Tea Tree Oil Foot Soak to the water. The foot soak sanitize and conditions your feet. Be sure to clean your feet dry before the next step.
Remove Dead Skin-
Rather than those scary razor blades and the expensive scrubs of spa, we would like to use both a foot scrubber (such as a pumice stone) and an exfoliating rub. Rough heels need keen attention heels, also wash away dirty skin when done.
Clip and Shape Nails-
Cut those long and creepy toes nail and get back your respectable nail length with a pair of clippers and a file. There is no need to get fancy nail cutters.
Tackle Your Cuticles-
Reach for one of those angled wooden Cuticle Remover, and push away the overgrown cuticles.
Trim Excess Skin-
One of the most important step is to help you remove dead, rough skin with the help of a cuticle trimmer or nail “nipper”. Be careful as these tools are sharp.
Use a moisturizer for feet. There are so many budget friendly foot creams available in the market. Wipe any lotion off your nails with a before applying polish.
Go for two even nails polish coats to each nail. Finish your pedicure by applying a top coat which will keep your nail polish from chipping and also helps your nails to dry super quickly.
Tips for a Great Spa Pedicure at Home-
Use cotton pads for tidier polish removal, as the balls tend to drop on stubborn polish.
When filing, move from each edge to the center and don’t file the sides of your nails.
Use a Q-tip with nail polish remover to clean up any excess polish.