Unleash Your Toes this Spring with a Boise Pedicure!

With spring beginning to show itself, you may have noticed after a long dry winter that your hands and feet are in need of a little maintenance. With warm weather on the horizon, it’s time to revive those nails before you putt on your favorite pair of flip flops! Below are some Boise pedicure tips to get you toes back in tip-top shape.

Keep Your Cuticles Moisturized

Not only does your skin look and feel better once it’s been moisturized so do your cuticles. When moisturizing, simply dab a little extra lotion or vitamin E on each cuticle and work it in. Doing so will help to eliminate the crusty cuticle look. A post-winter, Boise pedicure will also help to eliminate all the dry skin on the bottom and tops of your feet boosting the overall effectiveness of your moisturizer!!

Add a Protective Layer of Nail Polish

Spice up your toes this spring by adding a protective layer of nail polish. A protective topcoat will not only help to prevent chipping and cracking but a protective paint can also contain essential nutrients to help strengthen your nails.

Nix Acetone-Based Removers

When you’re ready for a new color, and want to remove old nail polish from your toes, it’s important to use a non-acetone based remover. Acetone is a harsh chemical that not only removes nail polish but natural oils as well. Try sticking to a non-acetone based remover. While it still removes the polish, it’s definitely gentler on your nails.

Schedule a Boise pedicure & Pick Your Favorite Shade

If you’re ready to kick off your socks and unleash the toes, a little maintenance and a dash of your favorite color will have your nails ready for the sunny days ahead. Getting a professional Boise pedicure is a great way to shed the winter blues and throw the time consuming task of doing-it-yourself out the window! Call us at (208) 287-2010 today to schedule your appointment today!



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