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DIY At-Home Pedicure

Using Natural and Organic salts, sugars and essential oils in a relaxing environment, an eco-friendly DIY at home pedicure is sure to leave you feeling inspiringly pure.

Organic DIY pedicure step-by-step instructions using all natural organic hand and foot care spa treatments that are environmentally friendly.

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Men hear the word ‘pedicure’ and either don’t know what it is or feel they’re just for Women … while the majority of Men would never set foot in a spa for a pedicure (sorry for the pun), the majority of Men ‘would’ love to have their Woman pamper them with some Foot Rehabilitation.

Approach your Man and give him a soothing foot soak, a quick buff and a little foot massage. He’ll feel good, his feet will look great, be healthier and very smooooth!


It’s nice to go to a fancy salon and have someone massage our feet and give us a pedicure … unfortunately you can get a nail fungal infection from even the high-end pedicure salons.

It’s not only safer to do your own pedicure you’ll save money by doing it yourself. You’re in control and can choose the products you use … one foot care & skincare brand you’ll want to try is the Tree Hut line. Wow! The scents are beyond delicious and they make your feet and skin feel absolutely luscious. Using their Coconut Lime Sugar Scrub, 100% organic is an experience in itself. Totally heaven.


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Coconut Lime Sugar Scrub :

Tree Hut Organic Coconut Lime Sugar Scrub

Tree Hut Coconut Lime Sugar Scrub 100% certified Organic made with Shea Butter, Safflower Seed Oil, Sweet Almond Oil, and Avocado Oil.

Experience an intense exfoliation with Tree Hut Sugar Scrub with the luscious, tropical scent of Coconut and Lime. This gentle sugar scrub is infused with certified organic Shea butter, Coconut and Lime extracts and an array of natural oils, including Evening Primrose, Safflower Seed, sweet Almond, Avocado, Macadamia Seed and Orange oil. The sugar grains and ground coconut shells softly polish away dead and damaged skin, leaving your skin soft and smooth.

Not animal tested. Cruelty free.

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by Tree Hut in scents and body blends that will pamper your senses and body:

Tropical Mango
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Choose from these luscious scents and more.


Nail Polish that’s Life Changing

Dr’s Remedy Nail Polish :

Dr's Remedy Anti-Fungal Nail Polish

Dr's Remedy Anti-Fungal Nail Polish Dr’s Remedy Anti-Fungal Nail Polish in 34 colors

Created by doctors to be free from the most harmful toxins. Dr.’s REMEDY has been stripped of Formaldehyde, DBP and Toluene (known toxic chemicals) and has been enriched with Tea Tree Oil and Garlic Bulb Extract (naturally occurring anti-fungal ingredients) as well as, Wheat Protein and Vitamins C & E. Choose from 34 colors.
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Copper Detoxifies your Body

Copper Pedicure Bowl :

health benefits of pedicure copper bowls

Health benefits of copper are well known and help you to achieve a healthier immune system as well as help with joint pain from conditions like arthritis.

Health benefits of copper are well known. Soaking feet in a Copper bowl can help to achieve a healthier immune system as well as help with joint pain from conditions like arthritis. Positive and negative magnetic fields created by copper help energy flow through the body. Ionized copper was used by ancient Egypt to purify water.

In addition the body absorbs small amounts of copper into the blood stream. In the blood stream, copper binds together with enzymes. These enzymes are used to aid in the creation of hemoglobin. Hemoglobin is necessary for the body to repair and heal itself. Copper is a vital part of the body’s immune system.
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Organic DIY at-home Pedicure Step-by-Step Instructions:

Turn on your favorite music (or a good movie). Maybe have a glass of wine handy or whip up a margarita to sip during your pedicure. Enjoy this quiet ‘me’ time to the absolute fullest.
Have four towels available to use during your home pedicure, and a tub of hot water which you’ll use in addition to your foot soaking bowl.

1) Remove any polish you may have on your nails.
If you have stains on your nails or they have a yellow tinge try rubbing them with an old toothbrush and toothpaste made for teeth whitening. Or you can soak your nails for ten minutes in lemon juice, but the ‘whitening’ toothpaste works nicely.

2) If your feet or heels have excessive dry skin, you may want to run some very warm bath water and soak your feet there first for ten minutes. This will soften your skin and prepare it for exfoliation.

3) Fill your copper bowl (or container of choice) with hot water, adding Epsom salts (apx 1/2 to 1 cup) and your favorite scented essential oil (maybe lavender or tea tree – apx 1 teaspoon) while the water is running. Soak your feet in the Epsom salt water for about ten minutes.

4) Remove and exfoliate one foot at a time … Use a foot brush and gently brush each foot and heal area to remove dead skin cells and soften your feet. Follow with a foot sugar scrub product, such as the Fiji Coconut Scrub. Massage the foot scrub into your feet starting from the toes. The the heels and up to where you need it. Always use firm, circular movements with your fingers. Do this scrub massage for 2 minutes on each foot and then rinse them with warm, clean water.

5) Continue with a foot stone or foot buffer. Regular use of a foot stone or a foot buffer will truly do wonders for the skin on your feet – do not skip this step.

6) Now it’s time to shape your nails and cuticles. Towel dry your feet well. Using a straight-edge nail clipper – cut your nails straight across in a straight line. Do not cut your toenails in a rounded shape or in the corners. Overly round-shaped nails can lead to painful, ingrown toenails and related infections. Length of nails should not exceed the tip of your toes. Use a nail buffer to soften the corners. Rub the cuticles with cuticle oil and gently push them with a cuticle pusher or rounded wooden cuticle stick to the root of the nail.

7) Rub a foot lotion between your palms and rub onto your feet and massage them with circular movements. Massage improves circulation, relaxes the muscles, reduces pain and reduces the swelling of the feet. Massage your feet until the lotion soaks into the skin. Slide your feet into some flipflops and wet two hand towels with really hot water – wring out each – and wrap each foot with a hot towel. Leave feet wrapped apx 5 minutes. Steamed towels work best for sealing in the moisture from your pedicure – but if you don’t have a portable towel-steamer, a hot moist towel is sufficient.

8) Make a cold drink or a hot cup of tea – sit down and just relax for at least 20 minutes. You’ll enjoy the quiet time and your feet will look & feel gorgeous!



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