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Different pedicures for different purposes

April 22nd, 2010

 
Simonson’s Salon & Spa offers many different pedicures because they each serve a unique purpose. If you’re looking for a 75-minute pedicure experience that includes a lower leg and foot massage with hot basalt stones, a moisturizing mask, parafin dip and more, the Hot Stone Pedicure is for you. If you’re short on time but need your toes refreshed, the 30-minute Express Pedicure may be your best choice. And we offer four others to choose from!

To help you decide which pedicures are best for your future appointments, here are the differences between them… 

Express Pedicure

  • Remove old polish
  • Shorten nails
  • Clean up cuticles
  • Apply lotion
  • Paint toenails

Hydrating Pedicure includes everything from the Express Pedicure PLUS…

  • File the bottom of the foot
  • Exfoliating scrub
  • Moisturizing mask
  • Lower leg & foot massage

Paraffin Pedicure includes everything from the Hydrating Pedicure PLUS a Paraffin dip

Invigorating Pedicure includes everything from the Express Pedicure PLUS…

  • File the bottom of the foot
  • Exfoliating scrub
  • Marine mask (provides a minty warming effect)
  • Lower leg & foot massage

Diabetic Pedicure includes everything from the Hydrating Pedicure except for the following…

  • No clipping or nipping
  • Extra caution is used during nail and callus filing
  • The temperature of the water is cooler

Extra precautions are taken to ensure a safe and relaxing experience for our diabetic guests

Hot Stone Pedicure includes everything from the Express Pedicure PLUS…

  • File the bottom of the foot
  • Exfoliating scrub
  • Moisturizing mask
  • Paraffin dip
  • Lower leg & foot massage using hot stones

Expertise Contributors:
-Julie K., Maple Grove Nail Technician

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