Are your toes lacquered with a Pedi hangover from the warmer days of summer?
You may think that a pedicure is a nice treat during sandal season that includes a relaxing massage and pretty polish, but it’s more than that. Closed-toes, waterproof boots, and ski socks could make your feet resemble paws so no matter the season, thick, rough, dry, calloused feet need all the help they can get. A regularly scheduled Spa PEDI can prevent ingrown toenails, remove dead skin build up, solve foot problems and help avoid pain- it's a necessity.
"Just because your feet go into hiding doesn’t mean you should let them go - far from it".
🤍Tis the season where FEET go into Hibernation and closed-toes. Here's some "footnotes" to consider:
🤍besides its 26 bones, 33 joints, 20 muscles, over 100 ligaments and 250,000 sweat glands, each foot has a superstructure of nerve endings numbering in the thousands. With so many working parts, this intricate and highly developed structure needs preventive care (i.e. a Pedi) to carry our weight throughout life with stability and balance.
🤍there are 52 bones in a pair of feet--that's almost 1/4 of the total number in the human body.
🤍less than 19% of us consider our feet to be attractive.
🤍62% of us consider it normal for our feet to hurt.
🤍your feet directly influence; how you stand, how you move and your mood.
🤍the average person takes up to 10,000 steps/day and walks approx. 115,000 miles in a lifetime.
🤍with high-impact activities like jogging or aerobics, each foot gets pounded with a force 3 to 5 times your body weight for each step-which may explain why our feet hurt so much.
🤍a regularly scheduled Spa PEDI (every 3 weeks) will not only make you want to show off your pampered toes, it can prevent ingrown toenails, solve foot problems and help avoid pain- it's a necessity
In our dreams it’s still sandal season but in reality it’s time to go into the land of closed-toes and cooler temps. Either way, it’s important to maintain sandal-worthy feet all year round
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