Help! Broken Toenails + Fungal Infections!

Most people think feet are gross to begin with. 90% of my pedicure clients think they have the worst feet (trust me you don’t unless you are the 2% of clients that I do send to a doctor before I can take them). Pedicures can fix a lot of your feet problems that you may think are unsolvable.

Issues that I see the most in the spa:

  • Dry feet
  • Calluses
  • Ingrown toenails
  • No pinky toes (or barely anything there)
  • Fungal Infections (in nails or athelet’s foot)
  • keratolysis (pitted holes in soles of feet)

Regular Pedicures can help with all of these issues and if you also consult with your doctor; they can be totally resolved (minus pinky toes..if you can’t grow the nail that’s kinda it… but there’s a interesting solution to it!)

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Questions for Scotia: Yes Mani and Pedis Come with a Massage!

See that dear readers? That’s my nail technician text book from college, look massage! Not “slap on some cream”……*facepalm & eyeroll*

I keep getting told this by my clients lately: “oh is the massage extra?” “I didn’t know it was supposed to have a massage.” “wait you are supposed to get a massage???”

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Pedicures for Pregnant Women

When you are pregnant a pedicure sounds like the best idea ever! Your feet are swollen, everything hurts, you feel like you are being sucked dry and you can’t even reach them after a point.

While there are great points to getting a massage while you are pregnant, there are possible contraindications as well that you should be aware of.

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Last Appointments for the Week of Jan 19-24

Last Appointments open this week are Tuesday the 20th :
10AM -1PM
3PM – 5PM

Will resume taking clients on the 27th

dont forget to get ready for your vactation
Call 251-2891 to book an appointment

I am going on my honeymoon from the 21st till the 26th! So Hurry up and book your appointments in now!

If you too are going on vacation to escape this cold, don’t forget that

Waxing lasts 3-6 weeks depending on how long you have been waxing for, or when you start within your hair growth cycle

Manicures last 2-4 weeks. This also depends on how long your body naturally produces your nails, your health and your lifestyle.

Pedicures last 3-6 weeks, these last a bit longer because we don’t do as much with our feet, plus toe nails take a bit longer to grow.