Top 6 Tips for the Perfect Pedicure

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With the festive season almost upon us, it's time to get your party feet dance-floor ready! Here's our Top 6 tips to get you prepped...

File your feet
Using a foot file, file the soles of your feet before soaking them to remove any rough patches.

Maintain that smoothness with a pumice stone
A pumice stone is a great way to keep roughness at bay after that initial exfoliation. This can be done daily in the shower, just make sure feet are wet first.

The areas around our ankles and heels tend to get very dry and scaly during the winter without proper care. Exfoliate them with products when the area is dry, but after soaking, You can use exfoliating gloves and then moisturise the area immediately after.

Spa Socks
For truly deep moisturising, the old-fashioned method works best. Apply a thick moisturising pedicure cream, and wear cotton socks overnight while you sleep

Un-stain those toenails with ingredients from your medicine cabinet
Specifically, toothpaste, whitening strips, and hydrogen peroxide. The best way to un-stain toenails is to saturate cotton in hydrogen peroxide and put it on each toenail, then wait three to five minutes, and scrub it off, Another method is to apply whitening toothpaste or whitening strips on your toe nails and let them sit for a while, then scrub them off with a brush and rinse

Finish with your favourite festive polish—and killer heels 
Now that your feet and toes are ready for the party season, don't be afraid of showing them off!

Or why not treat yourself this Christmas to one of our Party Pampering treatments now available at Ocius? Call to book on +44 (0)1633 410458.

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Aislinn Millichip
Aislinn Millichip Marketing Assistant

Aislinn has recently joined the Celtic Manor as a Marketing Assistant and Copywriter having previously worked for BMW and MINI. She is a self-confessed foodie, and enjoys discovering new restaurants to blog about to in her spare time.

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