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Home Pedicure
Out of all of the parts of the body, the foot is often the first to be neglected. Pedicure is the care of the feet, legs and toenails. Here you will see the tools required for pedicure and the procedure. Thus, with a little pampering on a regular basis of your feet you can take care of them and you will have feet that will look beautiful and sexy.
Home PedicureThings Required For Pedicure

Nail cutter
Nail filer
Cuticle cutter
Cuticle pusher
Orange stick
Pumice stone
Foot scrapper
Two basins large enough for a foot bath.
Enamel remover
Cotton wool and buds
Base coat
Enamels either coloured or frosted Topcoat

Materials Required

Liquid soap or shampoo
Luke warm water
Antiseptic lotion
Oil or cream
Nail polish
Foot powder
Hydrogen peroxide


  • Soak your feet in warm soapy water or dettol or any other disinfectant. for a couple of minutes then pat them dry. Make sure that you cover your toenails thoroughly.

  • Remove any old enamel from your toenails with cotton wool and enamel remover.

  • Use your nail clippers to file and cut your nails. File your toenails to take off any rough edges, but only straight across.

  • Take your tipped orange stick and put some cuticle cream on, massage into the cuticles in circular movements. Clean the foot using nailbrush, foot scrapper and pumice stone.

  • Re-soak your feet for a couple of minutes.

  • Again with your tipped orange stick apply cuticle remover to the cuticles.

  • Wet your cuticle knife to carefully lift the cuticle.

  • Re-soak again and then dry thoroughly.

  • Apply a good moisturizer all over your foot and ankle take the time to gently rub it in. Also at this time you can lightly dust between your toes with a medicated talc or foot powder.

  • Apply your base coat and wait for it to dry. Pick your nail polish and paint on. Don`t forget the topcoat for coloured enamels.

  • One last thing, use your orange stick and enamel remover to remove all traces of enamel left on the skin to make a really neat job.

  • Cotton wool pads can now be put between the toes. This is to avoid smudging-and the varnish applied, covering the whole nail and over the tip.
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