What is more exhilarating than a walk on a beach, or the cooling wind
off the open sea? Our SpaPedicure® line captures the sparkle of
salt-spray with a system of products that instantly exfoliates and
softens even the roughest feet – with ingredients such as beach sand,
energizing marine botanicals, quartz crystals and soothing sea salts.
Of course, this treatment is perfect for sandal weather, but smooth
feet feel better year-round.
Professional Pedicure Procedure
Before we begin, make sure you are properly prepared.
Disinfect all hard surfaces (True Blue), then wash your
hands with soap and water and sanitize them with an
instant hand sanitizer (Cool Blue). Make
certain your rolling cart is fully stocked with a disinfection
tray, Spa Pedicure products, other pedicuring products,
implements, tools, towels and polishing products.
successful set-up is well organized and embellished with your
own special touch and creativity; flowers, music, candles and
relaxing low light. (Although not so low you can't see what you
pedicure clients should have filled out the consultation form
(client profile) covering medical history and other important
information. Remember, you must proceed with caution if a
client is diabetic, calling the client's physician for clearance
if you have any doubts, and never perform a pedicure in an
extreme situation, such as open sores or infections of the
foot or leg.
on the service taking around an hour to complete. This includes
a six to seven minute massage per leg. When you do the service
in the salon, complete each step on all five toes before going
on to the next step.
Fill the foot bath with warm water -- this means under 100°
F, or a comfortable Jacuzzi temperature. In a vibrating unit,
use one scoop of Foaming Sea Soak™,
then add the water to agitate as it fills to create a
beautiful light foam in the bath. Foaming Sea Soak™
is a concentrated seaweed foot soak with a lacy foam
and fresh fragrance that cleanses, sooths and deodorizes. Do
not use Foaming Sea Soak™ in a
Let your client get settled in the chair
with shoes, socks
or nylons removed. You may provide a robe if the client so
Submerge both the client's feet in the warm water, adding
more water if necessary to adjust the temperature to the
Add one level scoop of Sea Rocks™
to the water, agitating with your hand to dissolve and
blend.. Sea Rocks™ is a softening,
hydrating, aroma therapeutic foot bath treatment that will add a
gentle foam to the water and release the aromatic vapors of Tee
Tree and Eucalyptus Oil into the room.
Soak the clients feet for 5 minutes in the bath to take full
advantage of the softening effects of Rice Bran and Vitamin E
Oils. As they soak, remove your instruments from the
disinfection unit and lay them on a clean, sanitized towel.
by placing a clean, sanitized terry towel in your lap, and
remove one foot from the water. Pat the foot dry and remove the
enamel from the toenails.
Smooth one heaping spatula of A.H.A. Sea Scrub™along the bottom of the foot and the heel, avoiding
the sensitive skin on the top. Sea Scrub™
is an aromatic scrub designed especially for the feet.
Quartz crystals, natural beach sand, and a marine alpha hydroxy
acid complex work together to effectively exfoliate rough, dry
skin. Gently massage for 2 to 3 minutes, concentrating on areas
of extreme dryness, then rinse and pat dry.
Generously apply Sea Serum to calluses and dry spots on
the bottom of the foot with a gauze or cotton pad. Sea Serum
Intensive A.H.A. Callus Treatment utilizes penetrating agents to
enhance the effectiveness of the alpha hydroxy acid complex and
protective ingredients to soothe sensitive skin. Be sure to
rinse your fingers after each use!
the foot in a clean terry towel without removing the Sea Serum,
and repeat steps 1 through 4 on the other foot.
Unwrap the first foot and run the Callus Smoother over all
calluses to reduce and smooth. Use a circular motion to reduce
calluses inlayers until the skin is pink and pliable. The
penetration of the Sea Serum will help dead skin come off
easily. Rinse the foot and towel dry.
not return the foot to the bath as you use the Callus Smoother
on the other foot. When both feet are clean, exfoliated, and
dry, you are ready to proceed to the next portion of the
Begin by placing a dot of C Therapy A.H.A. Cuticle Eraser on
each cuticle of one foot, massaging it in with your thumb.
Gently push back and remove non-living (true) cuticle from
around the proximal and lateral nail folds, staying away from
the eponychium. Because the tissue on toes is more fragile than
that of fingers, any small cut or abrasion can easily become
With your thumb and index fingers, gently pull back the lateral
folds of soft tissue to see where the toenail trimmer might
be required. Use a curette or a small 'spoon' tool as an
extension of your fingers to feel along the lateral nail edge.
Trim the corner of the big toenail at a 45° angle.
firm 'balance-point' positioning and holding the toenail trimmer
like scissors - between thumb and middle finger, leaving the
index finger free for balance - slide the tip of the trimmer
under the corner at a 45° angle, so you can see the
trimmer on the other side of the nail. This will assure that
you don't cut soft tissue. Squeeze lightly before cutting, then
cut to remove the entire corner. Make sure you don't leave a
hook or spike behind on the lateral nail edge.
Guide a curette, small spoon tool or orangewood stick along the
lateral nail edge in the direction of nail growth. Do this
on both sides of the nail to remove non-living tissue and
debris. Use a soft, sweeping "C" stroke to completely clear the
entire area of dead tissue build-up.
Use a 240 grit board to smooth and blend the lateral nail edge
to the free edge on both sides. Remember, all toenails
should be rounded off on the corners, NOT square. Squared off
nails turn into ingrown nails, in which the nail actually grows
OUT and into the soft tissue (Onychogryposis). Refine
all edges until they are smooth and even.
Finally, use the 240-grit side of a Koala Buffer to lightly buff
all nail surfaces in the direction of nail growth, being
sure to smooth ridges and thin the surface of thickened nails.
After all five toenails have been pedicured, rinse the foot
in the bath and pat dry.
Using two heaping spatulas of Marine Masque, cover the entire
foot up to the top of the ankle, leaving no bare spots.
Marine Masque is an aroma therapeutic masque created
specifically to soften and hydrate the feet. Enhanced with
hydrating sea extracts, conditioning mineral clays, and soothing
botanicals, it leaves feet feeling soft, moisturized, and cool
for hours. After covering the foot with Marine Masque, wrap it
in a clean, dry terry towel and let this foot rest while you
work on the other foot.
Pedicure the second foot in the same manner as the first.
Cover the second foot with Marine Masque,
wrap it in a
clean, dry terry towel and let this foot rest while you return
to the first foot.
Place the pedicure tools back into the disinfection unit.
Unwrap the first foot and completely rinse all the masque
from the foot, using a soft brush or cloth if needed. Pat dry.
Begin by applying about a quarter-size droplet of Massage Oil
to the palm of one hand, then rub your hands together to evenly
distribute the oil to the palms and fingers of both hands. Use
both hands as you begin at the knee and smooth the oil down to
the clients toes, then back up to the knee. Make sure your
entire hand, palm and fingers are touching the client. Do this
several times, until the oil feels evenly distributed.
Massage the calf using Effleurage (long strokes) with both
alternating hands. You should hold the ankle with one hand as
you perform Effleurage with the other up the front and down the
back of the leg. The working hand should always finish at the
ankle and the pressure should be greater going up toward the
heart than softer coming back down. Alternate hands and repeat
a minimum of three times.
Petrissage to the calf with alternating hands. Petrissage
are compression strokes in which you begin at the ankle with
your thumbs on the top of the calf and fingers on the back,
squeezing the calf with alternating hands as you work your way
up to the back of the knee. Use your whole body, rocking gently
left and right. when you have reached the knee, Effleurage back
down to the ankle, gently pulling with both hands. Lean back as
you do this -- you will find it helps your lower back as well!
Do this 2 - 3 times.
it's time for a friction massage of the calf, using
circular movements with alternating hands. Hold the ankle with
one hand and, using the heel of the free hand just above the
foot, begin clockwise circular movements moving up to the
knee. Effleurage back down to the ankle and pull gently with
both hands while leaning back. Alternate hands and repeat as
you do this 2 or 3 times. Remember to keep a 'smile' in your
hands as you perform these techniques!
that you have massaged the calf, it's time to massage the
foot. Your hands should already be at the ankle, so we will
start with the heel. Reach behind the ankle and pull the foot
toward you. Holding the ankle with one hand, squeeze the heel
with the thumb and forefinger of the working hand. Squeeze six
times, covering the sides of the heel.
Shift to an Effleurage of the foot; if you are seated lower than
the client, put your thumbs on the top of the foot and fingers
overlapping to the bottom side, then pull from the heel to the
toes, using the side edges of your index fingers. Your hands
should have full contact, gripping the foot all the way to the
toes. Lean back as you pull, then do a full hand Effleurage and
repeat. So this three times, working only as deeply as both you
and the client feel comfortable.
If you are seated at the same level as the client, perform this
technique with your fingers on top of the foot and thumbs on the
bottom side, pulling from the heel to the toes using the edges
of the thumbs.
on to Petrissage of the foot. If you are seated lower
than the client, place your thumbs on top of the foot and your
fingers on the bottom as you squeeze the entire underside of the
foot, paying special attention to the underside of the arch.
Using the side edges of the thumbs all the way to the heel of
the hand, spread apart the top of the foot.
If you are seated level to the client, place your fingers on the
top of the foot and your thumbs on the bottom as you squeeze the
underside of the foot, then use your fingers on the top of the
foot to spread apart the top of the foot.
Use an Effleurage stroke to reunite before going on to squeeze
Massage the toes beginning with the big toe. Squeeze from
the base to the tip as if you were milking a cow :)). Make sure
to cover the entire surface of each toe.
next massage stroke is friction. Holding your hands on
the left and right sides of the foot, rub it vigorously as if
trying to warm it. Make sure your hands and fingers have full
contact with the foot. This should produce a jiggling effect in
the calf. The calf should rock from side to side; if it
doesn't, slow down the friction enough to allow it to do so. Do
this for about thirty seconds, then Effleurage to unite.
Finally, remove any unabsorbed oil from the foot and leg
with a clean terry towel, then wrap the foot in the same towel
to keep it warm as you massage the other foot and leg.
Unwrap, clean and rinse the other foot, then pat dry.
Massage the other foot and leg as you did the first.
Remember, this is the highlight for the client. Take your time,
dedicate six to seven minutes to each leg, and enjoy!
Begin by placing toe separators or decorative cording between
all 10 toes. You may also use rolled or folded tissues,
which can be disposed of after a single use.
Cleanse, sanitize and dehydrate the toenails of both feet
with ScrubFresh One-Step Nail Prep. Saturate a fiber-free pad
with ScrubFresh, then scrub the toenails, making sure all oil
and residue is completely removed. ScrubFresh will remove all
surface oils, moisture and contaminates, temporarily dehydrate
the nail plate and leave behind pathogen fighters to help
prevent infections of the nail plate.
Apply one thin coat of basecoat and allow to dry.
Apply one thin coat of enamel and allow to dry.
Apply a second thin coat of enamel and allow to dry.
Seal and protect with one coat of top coat. (Super Shiney
Finish the polish application with a thin coat of polish drier.
(Dry and Shine)
Complete the service by placing slippers on the clients feet.
Allow enough time for the polish to completely 'harden' or
'cure' before the client replaces their shoes, socks or
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