Considering how much our hands and feet go through on a daily basis, having regular manicures and pedicures just makes sense. Why? Well these are some of those logical reasons:
- to identify any potential conditions that may need medical attention
- to keep the skin smooth, moisturized and healthy
- to increase overall happiness and improve mental health
- to look and feel darn amazing all the time!
Whether you are at home all day, doing outdoor activities or out in the workforce, your hands and feet deserve some tender loving care too! Just imagine how many things your hands touch, the different surfaces, different temperatures, not to mention all the hand washing that is part of the daily routine. Look at your hands now, are they dry or wrinkly? Are you nails nicely trimmed, shiny and clean? Are you a nail biter? Surely once your hands and nails are manicured, you are not going to want to chew on them!
Think how nice it would be to slip a manicure into your routine, take the time to sit down, relax and pamper your hard working hands!
Though your hands work hard, your feet are the work horse of our body! They carry us through all our activities, keep our balance, and rush us around when we need to be somewhere quickly! Our feet can take up to 10,000 steps a day. To avoid corns, bunions, or fungal problems, a regular exfoliation is highly recommended. Keeping your nails nice and trimmed properly also avoids the chance of infection as well as foot odour!
How often should you get a mani/pedi? Well that depends on your lifestyle and your daily activities. If you are outdoorsy, working full time, or extremely active, every 2 weeks is recommended. Otherwise a monthly mani/pedi is suggested. Getting regular manicures and pedicures is guaranteed to increase your overall happiness, promote good mental and physical health and add some relaxation into your routine. Not to mention that warmer weather is around the corner and now is the time to prepare your body!
Sign up now for your regular mani/pedi, you won’t regret it! Trust me.