How to do pedicure at home

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In lockdown where all saloons are closed there, we realized how much money we always spent for pedicures on salons in which we easily do at home. Pampering yourself is most important in our busy schedule. We always take care of our face and body but we often neglect our feet. Pampering your foot gives you relaxation and nice smooth feet. As your feet also need relaxation and pampering.
So in this post, I will talk about how to do pedicures at home in easy ways with fewer products which easily available in your home.

Things you required for a pedicure
Nail cutter
Nail polish remover
Nail file
Cuticle remover
Cuticle cream
Foot scrubber or pumice stone
Foot moisturizer
Gather all products and let’s start step by step pedicure at home.

Pedicures are a great way to pamper your feet and keep them looking and feeling their best. But going to a salon for a pedicure can be time-consuming and expensive. Luckily, you can easily do a pedicure at home with a few simple steps and some basic supplies. In this blog post, we will walk you through the process of giving yourself a relaxing and rejuvenating pedicure at home.

Step 1: Remove old polish

The first step in any pedicure is to remove any old nail polish. Use a cotton ball and some nail polish remover to wipe off any old polish. Make sure to get every bit of polish off your nails, including any stubborn bits around the edges.

Step 2: Soak your feet

Fill a large bowl or basin with warm water and add some Epsom salts or your favorite bath salts. Soak your feet for 10 to 15 minutes to soften your skin and relax your muscles. This is also a great time to add in some essential oils or aromatherapy to make the experience even more enjoyable.

Step 3: Exfoliate

After soaking, use a foot scrub or a pumice stone to exfoliate any rough or dry skin on your feet. Pay special attention to the heels and the balls of your feet. Rinse your feet with warm water and dry them with a towel.

Step 4: Trim and shape your nails

Use a pair of nail clippers to trim your toenails to the desired length. Be sure to cut them straight across to avoid ingrown toenails. Use a nail file to shape your nails and smooth any rough edges.

Step 5: Push back cuticles

Use a cuticle pusher or an orange stick to gently push back your cuticles. Be careful not to cut them, as this can lead to infections.

Step 6: Moisturize

Apply a rich foot cream or lotion to your feet and legs, massaging it in thoroughly. Pay extra attention to the areas that are prone to dryness, such as the heels and the balls of your feet.

Step 7: Paint your nails

Finally, choose your favorite nail polish color and paint your toenails. Start with a base coat to protect your nails, then apply two coats of color, allowing each coat to dry completely before applying the next. Finish with a top coat to seal in the color and add shine.

And there you have it – a simple and effective pedicure that you can do at home. With regular at-home pedicures, you can keep your feet looking and feeling healthy and beautiful all year round.

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34 thoughts on “How to do pedicure at home”

  1. What a wonderful post on how to do pedicure at home. You have made it so easy for the readers to understand and implement it. Could you also share the good pedicure brands?

  2. It is so easy to do it at home, isn’t it? You have explained it so well.I have always done manicures and pedicures at home. It is almost the same process as yours. But I soak my feet first and then trim them as toenails are hard to cut. And I use a scrub on my legs and feet

  3. Yes, you are so right, we usually care more for our face and body but totally neglect our feet. I do the same. Your post is a good reminder to take out some time to pamper our feet as well.


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