Manicure & Pedicure Aftercare Advice
After Your Manicure or Pedicure
Please read the advice below relevant to your treatment(s). Please note, however, the advice is not a substitute for medical advice, but merely assistance to help you get the best from your treatment(s). If you have any questions at all, please do not hesitate to get in touch.
- Leave adequate time after your treatment for your nails to dry
- Wear protective gloves when gardening, or doing housework
- Use hand cream regularly
- Always use a base coat under polish to prevent staining, and top coat to prevent chipping
- Never use metal files
- Keep nails at a workable length
- Drink plenty of water and eat well
- Do simple hand exercise to keep joints supple
- Avoid harsh and drying soaps
- For pedicures, wear open toe shoes if possible
- Change socks or tights daily
- Apply moisturising lotion daily to the feet after bathing
- Apply talc or special foot powder between the toes to help absorb moisture
- Foot sprays containing peppermint or citrus oil are useful to refresh the feet during the day
- Dry hands and feet thoroughly after washing, especially between toes and fingers
- Use cuticle cream or oil daily to moisturise dry cuticles
- Use an acetone-free nail polish remover
Ideally, return to your manicurist for regular, professional manicures & pedicures at least every 2-4 weeks for maintenance and further treatments.
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Manicures and pedicures should not be a one-time thing; regular treatment will improve the health and quality of your nails. A professional nail artist will help to increase the strength of your nails over time and avoid splitting.
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