Did you know that pedicures aren’t just the luxury treat we all crave at the end of a long week, but can also provide a multitude of benefits which contribute towards the active health of our feet?
With children back at school and leisure spots across the UK and beyond starting to open their doors in preparation for the summer months, there has never been a better time than now to book yourself in for a SkinBase microdermabrasion pedicure and make sure that the months of lockdown and home working are finally buffered away from your feet. Here’s why.
The Benefits of a Pedicure
A SkinBase pedicure uses Microdermabrasion to not only remove a build-up of dead skin ready for sandal season, but to stimulate an increase in collagen which will keep your feet looking healthy and attractive all through the summer. Microdermabrasion involves the use of a stream of non-allergenic crystals to unsettle the layer of skin closest to the surface of the feet, before using a suction to remove the crystals and the dead skin. What you are left with not only looks better but feels better too.
Our treatments are conducted by trained Therapists, giving you an opportunity to sit back and relax (which for many of us has been impossible during the months of lockdown and home schooling). This makes a SkinBase pedicure a treat which comes hand in hand with a whole host of benefits, including:
- An increase in confidence when you put on your summer sandals
- Removal of hard callouses
- An increase in blood circulation which can ease stiffness in the feet
- Avoiding a build-up of bacteria under the toenails which can lead to infection
- Removal of food odour associated with untreated feet and a build-up of dead skin
Once you have undergone the SkinBase pedicure treatment, maintenance and care is firmly back in your hands with foot creams and gentle massage techniques going a long way towards keeping your feet in check and looking great.
To book your SkinBase pedicure treatment and ensure your feet are summer ready, find your local SkinBase practitioner and ask for the microdermabrasion pedicure.