Nexgen Nails

  • Nexgen Nails
  • Light Weight & Flexible Strong & Durable
  • Odor-Free
  • Comfortable
  • Long Lasting Shine
  • Crack & Chip Resistant
  • Environmental Friendly
  • Calcium and Vitamin E Fortified
  • Promotes Nail Growth

What We Offer?

What’s the main difference between a classic pedicure and a spa-type pedicure?
If you ask 100 pedicurists what the difference between a class pedicure and spa-type pedicure is, the unanimous answer would be pampering. While I believe this is true, I feel difference is much more significant. A classic spa-pedicure is a relatively simple service that cleanses, exfoliates and polishes toes for well-groomed “pretty-feet”. It’s the perfect maintenance service. The spa pedicure takes the services to a new level. While you might see trendy offering like ice cream pedicures or fish pedicures in magazines or in television, a true spa-pedicure is not only pampering. It’s therapeutic and healing.

As you know, the feet are most neglected part of the body. A spa pedicure incorporates more technical work on toenails, specifically working on ingrown nails, proper shaping and fillings, and alleviating problems caused by high heels and pointed toes. Significant time is spent on softening dry, cracked skin and a massage including reflexology. Reflexology is based on the theory that different internal organs and body parts are connected to the sole of the feet. By incorporating this in your spa pedicure, you can expect such pampering treatment as a mint mask with feet tucked in warm thermal booties, paraffin treatments, and leg and foot salt and sugar scrubs. A spa pedicure  not only leaves feet beautiful and well-groomed, but also helps with such ailments as arthritis, diabetes, and aging. Taking care of your feet is essential to your health and well-being.


Updated on 2018-02-01T05:58:35+00:00, by admin.