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Signature Services: Hot Chocolate Pedicure

by Tracy Rubert | December 23, 2014
Fernanda Lacerda, ownerMaria Bonita Salon & Spa, New York

Fernanda Lacerda, owner

Maria Bonita Salon & Spa, New York

Maria Bonita Salon & Spa, New York, uses: Desert Essence Organics Sweet Almond Body Wash and Body Lotion; Dead Sea salts, Wildbath Cacao Cream Exfoliating Shower Whip; chocolate-scented paraffin.

Follow these steps to see how you can recreate this signature service. 


1. Offer the client a steaming mug of hot chocolate topped with whipped cream and garnished with cinnamon sticks.

2. Trim, file, and shape the client’s nails. Soak the client’s feet in a bath of Desert Essence Sweet Almond Body Wash and Dead Sea salts.


3. Exfoliate the feet and lower legs with Wildbath Cacao Cream Exfoliating Shower Whip. Remove with a warm towel.
4. Massage feet and lower legs with Desert Essence Sweet Almond Body Lotion.


5. Immerse feet in hot, chocolate-scented paraffin.


6. Cleanse the nails and apply two coats of polish and a top coat.

Price: $40

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