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Tips to Have a Foot Spa at Your Home


Foot spa helps to rejuvenate your feet by making the soft and clean. By following a few steps, you can have a foot spa right at your home. You need to do proper preparation before starting exfoliating, cleaning and massaging. If you are suffering from foot or ankle pain, then it is advisable to visit an expert Physio in your area. – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: Tips to Have a Foot Spa at Your Home

Tips to Have a Foot Spa at Your Home
  • The feet have to bear all types of burns,
    pressure and wear tear due to your daily
    activities. This will happen for sure, if you are
    busy with your wedding preparations. When you lie
    down on your comfortable bed at night, then you
    realise that how tired your feet have become. You
    should be aware of the fact the tired feet are
    the root cause of many problems. Continuous pain
    in your feet, may affect your body posture also.
    Fungal and bacterial infection like ringworm may
    start to develop in your feet cracks.
  • The thing to consider here is that there is a
    need to clean and pamper your feet on a regular
    basis. If a luxurious salon pedicure is out of
    your budget, then find out the alternate ways to
    have a foot spa treatment right at your home.
    There are easy ways which are highly cost
    effective and helps in making your feet softer
    and more relaxed than before.

  • The foot spa can be divided into different parts
    such as preparing, exfoliating, cleaning,
    massaging and at the last polish. Following are
    few things you will need
  • Nail cutter and filer
  • Nail polish remover
  • Lukewarm water
  • Essential oil
  • Foot cream
  • Foot scrubbing gel
  • Foot scrubber/ pumice stone
  • Cuticle pusher
  • Cuticle cream
  • Salt and a tub

  • Starting Preparation
  • First step of foot spa is the removal of nail
    polish. After nail polish is removed, you can
    start the cleansing process. Cut down the length,
    if you have extra long nails, so you can clean
    them properly. After getting rid of those ugly
    extra nails, it is advisable that you should
    apply some cuticle cream to soften the area.
  • Cleaning
  • Put your feet in a tub of lukewarm water and soak
    them properly. You can also add a pinch of salt
    in the water, it helps to remove dead skin and
    dirt. In some cases the salt helps to minimise
    swelling. Add shampoo in the water and keep your
    feet in the water for twenty minutes. Use a soft
    brush to clean the feet by brushing between the
    heels, toes and sole. By using different types of
    pedicure tools you can clean the accumulated dirt
    under the toenails and gently remove the dead
    skin around it.

  • Exfoliating
  • There are many gels and scrubs available in the
    market, which is meant for exfoliation. It can
    also be done with a pumice stone or foot scraper.
    You can rub these on the heels because that is
    where dead skin accumulates the most. Exfoliate
    each portion of your feet and do not neglect the
    pads under your toes. You can also use your
    regular body or facial scrub, in case you do not
    have a foot scrubbing gel.

  • Massaging
  • Unscented skin nourishing cream is considered as
    one of the best choices for massaging. You can
    mix a few drops of lemon juice with foot cream,
    which makes it highly effective. By applying the
    right amount of pressure, you can massage your
    leg with cream.
  • Due to hectic modern lifestyle, many people often
    complain about foot and ankle pain. If you have a
    similar case, then it is strongly recommended to
    visit a Physio. North Shore is the home of some
    renowned physiotherapy centres.

Thank You
Oxygen Fitness and Pilates 67 Lithgow St, St
Leonards. 2089. Please call 0290998087 http//www. Parking in Lithgow St
all day 200m walk from Railway Station
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