|With a doctor’s appointment|
|Without a doctor’s appointment|
Orthopaedists recommend having a hygienic/medical pedicure at least twice a year for those who do not have conditions such as nail fungus or diabetes (which increases the likelihood of developing nail fungus). If you develop callus frequently, suffer from cracked heels and ingrown toenails, it is recommended that you have a pedicure at least once a month.
Foot problems usually occur due to dehydrated foot skin that has lost its elasticity, which may happen for two reasons: medical and hygienic, such as:
- Skin diseases, endocrine diseases, gastritis, and diabetes mellitus;
- Overweightness, vitamin deficiency, poor quality food, alcohol, uncomfortable and non-natural footwear, synthetic socks, poor personal hygiene, heavy strain on the feet;
- Footwear that is not properly worn;
- Incorrect trimming of toenails;
- Fungal infections.
A problem foot care and therapeutic pedicure specialist will accurately determine the need for foot care, select equipment and carry out appropriate treatment, work safely when servicing the clients, and advice the clients on foot care issues.
In addition, we offer foot massage, foot and calf massage, and a refreshing and nourishing foot mask.