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Caviar & Pearl Foot Treatment

by Sree Roy | November 1, 2009

MG’s Grand Day Spa uses:

Pevonia Botanica Foot Bath Softening Sea Salts, EXFO-ZYM Caviar Hand & Foot Peel, Phyto-Gel Cleanser, Youth-Renew Caviar Hand & Foot Mask, Youth-Renew Caviar Hand & Foot Cream; base coat, polish, top coat.

Caviar & Pearl Foot Treatment Steps:

1. Soak the client’s feet in warm water with Pevonia Botanica Foot Bath Softening Sea Salts.

2. Prep the nails.

3. Exfoliate feet with Pevonia Botanica EXFO-ZYM Caviar Hand & Foot Peel.

4. Neutralize with Pevonia Botanica Phyto-Gel Cleanser.

5. Apply Pevonia Botanica Youth-Renew Caviar Hand & Foot Mask to both feet. Cover with plastic wrap, then insert into pedicure booties. After 10 minutes, remove the mask.

6. Apply a soothing warm towel to lower calves and feet.

7. Massage feet and lower legs with Pevonia Botanica Youth-Renew Caviar Hand & Foot Cream.

8. Apply base coat, two coats of polish, and top coat.

Price: $85

Alternate Names: Caviar Pedicure, Fountain of Youth Pedi, Garnished in Caviar Foot Treatment

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