Why Do an At-Home Pedicure?
When it comes to pampering yourself, pedicures are a fantastic way to do that. However, most nail salons are closed again and many have no real idea of when they will be opening. Doing your pedicure at home is a great way to save money, to give yourself a sense of pride, and to make a difference in the overall way that you feel during these strange times.
What You Need For a Home Pedicure
• Foot and Nail File
• Nail Clippers/cuticle cutters
• Foot Cream
• Foot Pumice
• Foot Soaker or tub
• Cuticle Oil
• Polish (optional)
When giving yourself a home pedicure you will need some tools to help get the job done. For starters, foot files, nail files, and nail clippers are necessary to help get your feet soft and prepped. Start by clipping and filing the nails to get them trimmed and looking great. You can then use a foot soak to help soften the feet and make callouses softer so that they can be removed.
After soaking your feet you can then use a foot file or a pumice stone to help remove the dead skin and the callouses that are on the feet to help make them softer and more supple. You can also use foot cream to help restore moisture to the skin and to help make them feel a bit more luxurious as well. When it comes to nail care, cuticle oil is a fantastic way to help make the cuticles easier to push back and to help nourish the bed of the nail.
If you want, you can finish off with some polish to help complete the pedicure. Polish helps to make your toes look great when you are out and about and polish can also help to protect the nail bed. With a great pedicure at home, you can save money, you can make the most of your time staying at home, and learn a new skill.
Pedicures are fantastic to do at home while the nail salons are close, who knows, you might even enjoy it!
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