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A Summertime Treat for the Feet

You can help clients beat the heat this summer with the Popsicle Pedicure from Glo Girl Body Products.

You can help clients beat the heat this summer with the Popsicle Pedicure from Glo Girl Body Products. The Popsicle kit comes with everything you need for this three-step treatment and is available in an assortment of mix-and-match flavors like Banana Slushie and Blue Bubblegum. “For salon owners looking to add something a little different to their treatment menu, we manufacture our own handmade products and have immense flexibility in creating custom in-house treatments using special ingredients,” says Glo Girl founder Amber Basurto. “We can also help salons and spas create their own signature treatments.”

This is the protocol for the Popsicle Pedicure:

Step 1: Soak the feet in Silk Syrup Soak. This sweet and luxurious soak contains a blend of silk, shea butter, and vegetable oils. Its luxuriously rich lather is infused with pure oils for a softly scented and silky clean finish.

Step 2: Apply Sugar Baby Body Scrub: With a gelato-like consistency, the scrub is fully emulsified and turns into a silky smooth lotion on the skin when used with water. The scrubs are designed to cleanse, exfoliate, and moisturize the skin using a combination of shea, mango, and cocoa butters, skin softening oils, vitamin E, and pH-balanced glycerin. “Our fabulous scrubs stay together so they are easier to use and scoop out without the gloppy mess,” says Basurto.

Step 3: Moisturize with Whipped Body Soufflé/Frosting: This deliciously scented whipped soufflé is made with pure shea butter, cocoa butter, and silk amino acids to soften and smooth. This thick cream is easy to apply and doesn’t leave a greasy feel afterwards.

For more information, go to www.glogirlbodyproducts.com.

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