Easy to do in your home spa
Get a basin with lukewarm water, a towel and all the utensils you need. Check if your pumices, nippers, scissors and files are in shape. Choose the shade of nail polish you want to use, get out cotton wool pads, etc. Assemble all of it so you won’t have to run about looking for things while you are inconveniently in the middle of your pedicure.
Store pedicure tools
together in one basin so they‘ll be easy to find
We recommend you use an acetone-free nail polish remover, as acetone might dry out your toenails and cause them to crack or split at the edges.
Sinking deep into a pedicure chair may be the ultimate luxury, but if you want well-groomed feet, you can get the same results in your home spa! We let you in on the secrets to DIY soft and pampered feet.
Soak your feet in lukewarm water with a special foot soak or added oils for about 15 minutes. This is not only relaxing, but will soften your feet for easier removal of dry and dead skin.
Don’t forget the areas between your toes – they are a gathering point for dirt and bacteria. Dry them thoroughly and pull the corner of a towel through them.
After all that work, time for some pampering: applying a special moisturiser will help to leave your feet feeling soft and smooth. Because the skin of the foot is much thicker than elsewhere on your body, you will need a product with effective moisturising properties. Take the time to massage your feet as you apply the lotion. This is not only extremely relaxing and will stimulate circulation in your feet, but will also help the cream sink in.