Pedicure Tips To Get The Long Lasting Result

Winter is coming and the air is gradually getting dry. Absence of humidity in the air makes us dehydrated and the result is chapped lips, dry skin, cracked sole and feet.When dust and dirt enters this crack, it looks horrible.    So you need to take a good foot care regularly to give it a pretty polished look.

For pedicure purpose there are experts. To get treatment from those experts you need a good amount of money. Again if you do pedicure once a month or once in two months, it is not enough.

So visit specialist once in a month, and for rest of the month do it at home to maintain the good look. This system will save your pocket as well as maintain your beauty. Here are few tips that will help you to conduct the pedicure in a way that is no less than that of the beauty experts.

The first thing in pedicure that you should do is to remove the old nail polish from the nail. After that take a tub and fill it with warm water. Squeeze one lemon in it or mix 2 tablespoon vinegar. Sprinkle your favorite bath salt in it. Soak your feet in it for 10-15 minutes. Warm water helps to make the sole of your feet soft.

Then take a pumice stone to rub the heels and balls of your feet. It helps to remove dead skin and make your foot soft. Brush the corners of your nails with the help of a soft brush and mild liquid soap. Wash your foot with clean water. Wipe it with soft towel. Trim your nails and then massage few drops of warm olive oil on the foot. Apply a clear polish on your nail. Allow your toenails to dry for at least 30 minutes.

To keep the effect of pedicure longer, keep washing and moisturizing your foot everyday. Wear footwear that is not only comfortable but also healthy for skin. There are some footwear materials that can cause cracks to appear on your feet.

Stay away from it. Spend little more to buy leather-made footwear because it is the best for your foot. To keep nail color fresh and chip-free apply a single coat of polish 2-3 days after the initial application.