Mandarin Blend Pedicure

by NLS Staff | November 24, 2013

Simply Natural Nails uses:

Qtica Smart Spa Sanitizing Spray; Spa Organics Mandarin Mango Dead Sea Salt Soak, Mandarin Mango Sugar Scrub, Mandarin Mango Moisture Mask, Mandarin Mango Massage Cream; Simply Natural Organic Body Oil; Spa Redi Verbena Citrus Callus Softener; Zoya Remove+; CND Shellac Power Polish.

1. Spray the client’s feet with Qtica Smart Spa Sanitizing Spray.

2. Soak the client’s feet for about 10 minutes in warm water with Spa Organics Mandarin Mango Dead Sea Salt Soak.

3. Prep nails. Apply Spa Redi Verbena Citrus Callus Softener to the rough spots on the client’s feet, following product directions.

4. Exfoliate the client’s feet and lower legs with Spa Organics Mandarin Mango Sugar Scrub. Rinse, then pat dry.

5. Massage the client’s feet and lower legs with Simply Natural Organic Body Oil.

6. Apply Spa Organics Mandarin Mango Moisture Mask to both of the client’s feet. Wrap the feet in plastic bags, then slip into heated booties for about 12 minutes. Remove the mask with warm moist towels.

7. Massage the client’s feet and lower legs with Spa Organics Mandarin Mango Massage Cream.

8. Remove oil from the client’s nails with Zoya Remove+. Apply CND Shellac Power Polish.

Price: $42

By Simply Natural Nails, Bedford, Mass.

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