Irish Crème Pedicure

by NLS Staff | March 1, 2010


Vito Mazza uses:
Footlogix #13 Foot Soak, #18 Callus Off, and #19 Massage Formula; Spa Pantry Cocoa Powder, Ground Coffee, Buttermilk Powder, and Whipped Coconut Butter; Universal Companies Chocolate Cake Oil, ESO Peppermint Essential Oil, Perfectsense Hand Infusion Paraffin Treatment; base coat, polish, top coat.

Irish Crème Pedicure Steps:

1. Soak the client’s feet in warm water with a drop of Footlogix #13 Foot Soak.

2. While the client soaks, prepare the exfoliating mask as follows: in a mixing bowl, combine 1 tsp. Spa Pantry Cocoa Powder, 1 tsp. Spa Pantry Ground Coffee, 1 tsp. Spa Pantry Buttermilk Powder, 3 Tbs. Spa Pantry Whipped Coconut Butter, ¼ tsp. Universal Companies’ Chocolate Cake Oil, and 2 drops ESO Peppermint Essential Oil.


3. Gently scrub the clients’ legs and feet with the mask. Wrap each foot in a dry towel and let sit for 10 minutes.

4. Perform Perfectsense Hand Infusion Treatment.

5. Remove the mask using hot towels. Spray cuticles and bottoms of feet with Footlogix #18 Callus Off. Prep nails. Smooth calluses with a foot file.

6. Massage legs and feet with Footlogix #19 Massage Formula.


7. Clean nails. Apply base coat, two coats of polish, and top coat.

8. Remove hand treatment.


Price: $70


Alternate Names: I-rish for Relaxation Feet Treat, Chocolate Decadence Pedicure,
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