Going full speed every day takes a toll on us both physically & mentally. It also takes a toll on the busiest parts of our body, the hands & feet. That's why it feels so good when the day finally slows, giving you a chance to sit down, tune out & put your feet up. It's an important moment & one that most of us don't allow ourselves as we're too busy getting things done.
It shouldn't be that way. Giving yourself permission to relax & recharge is essential to your health & wellbeing. Because our hands & feet are at it constantly, a ManiPedi is a fabulous way to provide basic care for them, de-stress & completely relax.
A professional Nail Technician will deeply cleanse your hands & feet then gently exfolitate the skin removing dead hardened skin. They're moisturisation wizards, cuticle saints & will buff & trim your nails to perfection. You'll also experience a euphoric moment during the hand & foot massage which utilises pressure points to alleviate stress & discomfort - it also promotes circulation. It's heaven on a stick & we owe it to our hands & feet ... & most certainly ourselves or someone we care for.
A ManiPedi is a treatment combining both a Manicure & Pedicure - good for your feet, good for your hands, great for your mind. Depending upon availability & budget, Manipedi's come in many different types from an express treatment (20-30 minutes) which focus on a trim, buff & colour OR a delux treatment (1+ hour) which delivers exfoliation, a moisturisation mask & an "ah-mazing" pressure point massage.
Whatever flavour you choose, a ManiPedi isn't just about beautifully groomed fingers & toes. They're essential to maintaining the health & wealth of the busiest parts of your body, the hands & feet. The service takes care of the skin, the nails, prevents infection, promotes circulation & helps you recharge the batteries. All within reach in under 1 hour. Book yours today!
Note: MojoGuru does not recommend any treatment, therapy or particular provider. We do not recommend that you self-diagnose. If you are suffering from a health condition and before starting a new treatment or therapy, we do recommend that you first consult a GP. More