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Hand & Foot Care

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The Fabulous Foot Facial

The perfect pedicure that uses state-of-the-art ingredients to remove hard, dead, dry skin, and calluses effortlessly using a facial grade AHA Peel. No foot filing necessary.

Perfect for painful, dry cracked heels and safe for diabetic feet. Leaves feet nourished, smooth and supple.

Nail and cuticle care, soothing hot stone foot and leg massage, hydrating mask make this the ultimate feet treat for you or someone special.

Please note that we do not address ingrown toenails. We believe this is treatment for the foot professionals or your family doctor.

60 Minute Treatment


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Benefits of Pedicures:

Keeps your nails looking trimmed, calluses controlled and skin moisturized. 

Foot massage helps relieve tension and stimulate circulation. 

Decreases chances of infection.

Enhances nail health

Exfoliates feet.

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Sensational Signature Manicure

A luxurious "facial" for your hands. 

The royal treatment relaxing music, tranquil atmosphere.

Hydrate and soothe gardening or overworked hands with our products that are rich in butters, vitamins and oils. Includes a moisturizing hand mask and Hot Stone Massage over hands and arms.

60 Minute Treatment


Groomed hands & feet are a reflection of your inner health and beauty. Our manicures & pedicures include a reflexology inspired massage, reflexology is an effective method to bring our body into balance by applying pressure to specific areas on our feet and hands. Various parts of the hands & feet correspond with organs through our entire body telling a story of emotional and physical well being.

Please Note: We Use Disposable Pedi Soaks, Files And Foot Files For Your Safety. 

Each Pedicure and Manicure includes a take-home File and Buffer

Regular Pedicures Can Help Avoid Foot Problems And Complications Before They Happen.

Please be advised we do not apply or remove shellac or any gel products. 

We DO NOT address ingrown toenails.

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