Pedicures aren’t about getting a splash of cute colors on your toes—but you can do that if you fancy it. They’re about having healthy feet , which is an area most of us could improve. Think of how often your feet are exhausted, sweaty, rough, scaly, and stinky, or how often your toenails are either overgrown or over-clipped. If you’ve ever had an ingrown toenail, you agree with the sentiment tenfold.
Here are all the benefits of the male pedicure, including some ways to administer one on yourself.
Why Men Should Get a Pedicure?
Be honest with yourself: When was the last time you thoroughly cleaned the area underneath your toenails? When did you last scrub the bottom of your feet to get rid of any dead skin or callouses? It’s easy to think of pedicures as a floofy spa activity—they are definitely relaxing!—you should also take into account the hygienic benefits of actually paying close attention to your feet.
If general cleanliness is not enough of a sell, maybe you fancy indulgence. Male pedicures have range. You can go in for what amounts to a basic cleaning, or you can spring for a higher-tier pedicure, and introduce your legs to milk-based creams or green tea-scented lotions. After all, you’re a working man. Don’t your poor feet, the ones that help you hustle to work, pump iron in the gym and cheat death at your standing desk—your very damn foundation—deserve the same occasional deluxe care as the rest of your body?
Here’s What to Expect of Your First Pedicure?
Whether you make an appointment at the salon or at the medical spa near for the most safety concerns and avoid all the risks, the basics of the situation are the same: You’ll arrive, roll up your pants, and find yourself seated in a massage chair, with your feet in a tub of warm water
Over the next 30 minutes to an hour (depending on the type of pedicure you choose), the following will happen:
Your nails will get clipped and shaped.
Any gunk hiding between your nails and skin will get painlessly removed.
The dead skin on the bottom of your toes and feet will be scoured until they reach a level of softness you didn’t know existed.
Expect some soothing gels and lotions to be rubbed on your feet and ankles.
Most salons have pedicure options that include soothing wraps for your legs and even brief massages.
A pedicure will almost certainly tickle at some point.But don’t worry. Even the most ticklish people survive pedicures.That part just last couple minutes.
Vino Med Spa is proudly to provide all our men customer an ultimate pedi experience which you cannot get it anywhere else. We are supervised by Podiatrist with hospital grade disinfection & sterilization, by appointment only so you don’t need to be shy with a lot of people around, all organic products with non-toxic ingredients. It’s time to get your pedicure done!