We've rounded up some scrubs and masks to give you an idea of the breadth of selection.
There is a sweet- and minty-smelling universe of new foot care products that make the pedicure experience not only a sensory heaven for your client, but for you as well. We've rounded up some scrubs and masks to give you an idea of the breadth of selection currently available. To see the products and read more about them, visit our photo gallery. The following is a contact list for the companies mentioned in the gallery.
For more information on the following products, click the links below.
Backscratchers’ Heavenly Soles Exfoliant
CND'S SpaPedicure Marine Masque
Cuccio Naturalé’s Milk and Honey Sea Salts
En Vogue Exfoliating and Deep Cleansing Scrub
Entity’s Rainforest Masque
The Hydro-Masque from Essie
Estelina’s Spa Treatment Scrub
The Pamper Me Sugar Scrub from Feet First Spa
Haken’s Eucalyptus Ice Honey Scrub
LCN’s Sugar Cane Foot Scrub
Linden Leaves’ Foot Scrub
Nordic Care’s Mineral Mask
OPI’s Tropical Citrus Scrub
Orly’s Cocoa Fix Dark Chocolate Truffle Scrub
Pedi-Sox’s new Luxury Foot Scrub
VB Cosmetics’ Brown Sugar Strawberry Scrub
Young Nails Mango and Coconut Scrub
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