-
Benefit of a Pedicure
Everyone knows that it feels nice to get a pedicure. Getting some extra time spent on pampering the toes and legs is always welcomed. Even the polished toenails look wonderful and make you feel so pleased with yourself. There are also physical benefits to getting a pedicure on a regular schedule. While your pedicurist is working on your feet, they are doing more than just playing with your toes. By removing the dead skin and calluses, your pedicurist is helping to improve the appearance as well as your comfort. Having calluses on your feet can cause uneven pressure when you walk or stand that can also lead to the pain you feel when on your feet all day.
With a pedicure, you will also receive a lower leg and foot massage. This helps stimulate the blood flow to the feet and legs. The massage in a pedicure is one of the most important parts. In the case of spa pedicures with various scents there are additional benefits above and beyond the physical. It has been a studied for years that certain scents and oils can be beneficial for improving circulation, focus, memory and mood. Pedicures that incorporate scents often have several of these benefits included with them. Leaving the salon with pretty toes may seem like the only reward you get, but you are also gaining a good mood and better health. Besides, it never hurts to have pretty toes. 
Adding a Paraffin Treatment  will moisturizes the skin, opens pores, increases circulation, and helping with arthritic pain and stiff joints.
Best way to have a Pedicure is with your friends
Four Massaging Pedicure Chair are available for 
Group get togethers
 



Ladies have long known the luxury of a spa pedicure, but pedicure actually has health benefits for the men too!

Health benefits in properly maintaining your feet
Cutting, clipping and cleaning of the nails prevents nails from growing inward and causing infection. Exfoliation, or the sloughing off of dead skin cells, prevents the cells from accumulating and causing bunions or corns, which can be painful. This also removes dirt and bacteria from your feet, helping to prevent nail diseases, disorders and helps eliminate foot odor. The health benefits of pedicures are not imagined and are a part of proper foot care. Gone are the days when this kind of foot care was only a luxury only for the ladies. Everyone deserves to take good care of their feet.
Many men are slowly, but surely understanding why pedicures for men are on the rise. Not only is it smart to take good care of your feet, but it also feels good. Once you experience your first professional pedicure, you’ll look forward to going again and again.
Mens Foot Care
The Benefits of Pedicures for Men
Men work on their feet all day. Boots, dress shoes, running shoes – whatever type of footwear you use on a regular basis, they can all be stressful on arches, toes and heels. The foot massage that is included in the basic professional pedicure is designed to stimulate blood flow, while providing relief from foot pain and pressure. Proper toenail trimming and care of cuticles helps to prevent ingrown toenails and other foot problems. Monthly pedicures are recommended to keep feet in healthy shape all year round.
Some of the top benefits to consider include:
· healthy toenails and cuticles
· prevention of common foot problems and infections
· relief from foot pain and pressure
· better-looking feet at the beach and in the bedroom
· increased circulation as a result of regular foot massage
· overall healthier feet, which contribute to a healthier body


What to Expect from a Professional Pedicure
Step #1 – Soak
The first step of pedicures for men is a good spa soak. A gentle cleanser is used to clean and soften the skin for easier care during treatment. The spa bath also works to help kick-start blood flow, improving circulation in the ankles and lower legs. This can help to reduce pain or swelling from standing all day, ill-fitting footwear or painful conditions, such as corns or calluses.

Step #2 – Trimming
The next step is a good trimming of your nails to prevent breaking and splitting through normal wear and tear. Cold weather and hours spent in work shoes can actually dry your skin and nails, making them brittle and even painful. This can ultimately lead to an infection if not properly cared for and treated. Your professional technician will inspect your feet for any issues and help you to discretely address them.

Step #3 – Massage
A professional foot and lower leg massage is the next step in the process. This will help to loosen muscles that are tight and tense, improving joint performance and decreasing muscle pain.

Step #4 – Moisturize
The final step is the application of a high quality moisturizer to help keep your feet, nails and cuticles properly hydrated. This part of the process is extremely beneficial all year round. In the drier, winter months and during the summer when flip-flops and sandals become the norm. No matter what time of year, you owe it to yourself to explore the benefits of a pedicure.