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Different Types of Manicures and Pedicures

Different Types of Manicures and Pedicures, Montreal Manicure

Manicures and pedicures are popular beauty treatments, but they also serve to relieve stress, promote relaxation and increase circulation. There are various kinds of manicures and pedicures available – how can you select one suitable for yourself?

An annual manicure treatment is an age-old staple that includes soaking nails in water for two or three hours before cuticle removal and trimming and shaping the nails to shape them correctly before polishing for added shine.

Spa Manicure

Manicures can be an ideal way to pamper yourself. In addition to the relaxation factor, manicures help maintain clean and tidy nails which helps avoid fungal infections or ingrown nails. Furthermore, their massage component helps relieve stress while the hydrating mask often included with spa manicures leaves your skin soft and refreshed.

Regular pedicures can also help to protect against calluses and rough patches of skin forming on your feet, as these thick areas of skin not only look unpleasant but can cause discomfort as well as lead to difficulty wearing shoes and could possibly contribute to uneven weight distribution, leading to backache.

An ideal spa manicure typically begins by cleansing your hands using fragrant soaps or scrubs and progresses onto filing, shaping and painting your nails before cuticle care and moisturizing with lotions or creams are provided by an experienced technician. As this service falls under luxury services it can become quite pricey.

Paraffin Wax Manicure

Addition of paraffin wax treatments to standard manicure and pedicure sessions can bring many advantages. It soothes dry, cracked skin while locking in moisture for softer nails; plus the warm, soothing wax can relax stiff muscles and tendons while soothing any associated arthritis pain relief.

Nail technicians begin by bathing and disinfecting her feet before shaping her toenails and buffing away calluses or dry skin using a pumice stone. After the nails are prepared, paraffin blocks are melted using special salon or spa “basins.”

Clients dip their hands several times into hot wax to cover them in a thick layer of liquid mineral oil, then cover their hands with plastic wrap until the wax has set and hardened. After it has hardened, their nail technician removes it before providing standard manicure or pedicure services that include hand massage and polish application.

Manicure with Massage

A manicure typically includes a hand massage to relax the hands and fingers and allow you to take some time for yourself. Plus, it gives you an excuse to pamper yourself!

Regular manicures can help keep your nails and cuticles healthy by acting as a protective shield from environmental influences, and by clearing away dead skin cells. Plus, getting manicured allows you to express your personality while exploring various nail art trends!

Manicures offer another advantage by increasing circulation, especially beneficial during the cold winter months when blood flow may slow down. Massages also promote healthy circulation in arms, legs and feet that may reduce any pain or stiffness you might be feeling.

Manis with massage are spa manicures that combine regular nail care treatments with relaxing hand massage techniques such as effleurage or petrissage, helping relax hands and promote circulation.

Luxury Manicure

A deluxe manicure includes clipping, cleaning, shaping and tending to cuticles as well as exfoliation and massage of hands and fingers for deep exfoliation and hydrating massage. Nail polish may also be applied at the conclusion of this treatment if desired.

Diabetes patients can benefit from receiving this form of manicure as it helps keep skin hydrated, decreasing cracking or infection risks and helping relax muscles in their hands and feet. Furthermore, its massage component offers additional stress-relief.

Regular manicures and pedicures are essential to good nail health, as these treatments remove dead skin cells that contribute to nail fungus. Removing them also encourages new cell growth that strengthens and nourishes nails for healthy nail growth. Furthermore, professional manicurists can quickly detect any fungal infections in your nails that require treatment before becoming worse.

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