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Thursday, December 20, 2012

Benefits of Pedicures

It's cold outside so it’s only natural that you want to keep your feet inside. However, that doesn't mean you have to stop getting pedicures for the season. We love manis and pedis and know you do too so here are a few reasons why it's good to continue to pamper your feet even in the fall and winter months. 

Pedicures are relaxing
We encounter stress all year long but it seems to heighten when temperatures drop. Take some time out of your busy schedule to do something nice for yourself by getting a pedicure. When your nail tech begins to massage your feet and create a silky smooth feeling for your toes, you will instantly smile and forget about that crazy day you had at work. And don't forget you can give yourself a pedicure at home too! 

Pedicures are healthy for your feet
As our feet are cooped up inside boots all season, it is important to remember to let them breathe. Of course you remove your shoes and put your feet up after a long day but they need a little more attention than that. Sweating in your shoes can cause a buildup of bacteria and can possibly cause fungus in the toenails. We certainly don't want that, do we? Well, with a pedicure, you can eliminate the risk of a bacteria buildup, keeping feet and toes nice and healthy.     

Pedicures keep feet looking and feeling great
Getting your toes all dolled up with pretty polishes is quite fun and fabulous to look at but getting your heels buffed and removing all the dead skin makes your feet feel incredible! Walking becomes like air and you feel like a fresh new person.

And to top it off, at, we offer some pretty cool products that allow your feet to stay soft and smooth after a pedicure. PediSavers keep feet warm while your toes are drying plus they lock in moisture long after a pedicure. We also offer Justin Blair leopard print gel heel socks that work to repair cracked and damaged heels.

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