PEDICURE FOOT COLLECTION

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Getting a pedicure is one of the most amazing ways to give your toenails the attention they truly deserve. Pedi, as most people call it involves cleaning, buffing, scrubbing, painting, and simply pampering your toenails.

The good news is that you can decide the extent of your pedicure. From long soaks to massages, or complete foot revamping, the choice is yours.

Benefits of Pedicure

  • Helps detect infections on time: if you have signs of fungal infection or bunions, your nail artist will notice the problem in the early stages.
  • Soften the skin: during your pedicure treatment, the esthetician will use a top-quality cream, lotion, or other products to relieve dry skin. This way, you’ll get rid of the dead, rough, peeling skin.
  • Relieve stress: just like other self-care treatments, a pedicure will help you to relax and get rid of all the stress.
  • Boost circulation: as the esthetician massages your lower leg, blood circulation will greatly improve. This will, in return, help to eliminate icy cold feet.
  • Make your feet look and feel good: having beautifully-shaped, painted, and nicely trimmed nails will make you feel and look great.

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Mary A. Cummings

I can agree the order date. After Xmas, i notified Shea Terra that I had not received my package and think I notified Shea that it was still not here. The last word received was the pkg. was being sent back to Shea. A few days ago I asked for a new package and they should keep the old pkg when it arrives at Shea. Right now either send me my order or return my money!!!!

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Patricia K
My Feet Are Softer and Happier

My feet are definitely softer and less calloused after using the Pedicure Foot Collection. The Restoration Foot Butter and Revival Foot Oil really do the job for my feet! The Refresh Foot Spray doesn't seem to have done anything for my feet, but it may be because we are in the dead of winter here in the Upper Midwest. I may change my mind about that product this coming summer.