Jelly Pedicure

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09/19/2019 8:29:49 PM

What Is a Jelly Pedicure?

The jelly pedicure is unique in terms of spa services. Few other treatment options are available like this, which is why it is worth at least trying out once. With a traditional pedicure, your nail technician will clean your feet and trim your nails. They will probably apply a specialty polish to your nails while shaping the nails. You may also pay extra to have the dead skin removed from your feet. While your feet may not feel better if you suffer from foot pain your feel will feel clean and refreshed. The jelly pedicure is different from the traditional service.

With a jelly pedicure, the water used to exfoliate and soak your feet turns into an encasing jelly. In this way, instead of feeling as if you''re taking a foot bath  the jelly forms around your feet, locking your feet in warmth. It feels as if your feet are wrapped in a towel made from liquid. Plus, the jelly will retain the heat. With water, the heat will immediately begin to reduce once your feet are in the water, so what started as a hot temperature when you first put your feet in may end up lukewarm at the end of the service. The water in a jelly pedicure will retain the heat for up to four times longer.

In order to create the jelly pedicure, there are additives included with the water. The first is a natural powder that helps create the gelatin mixture when combined with the water (gelatin is a natural ingredient and found in nature). The second ingredient is typically baking soda. Baking soda is an excellent ingredient used to clean the skin and your feet. Combined with natural mineral sea salts dissolved into the mixture and your feel will feel nourished while the gelatin locked in the moisture around your feet.

Benefits of a Jelly Pedicure?


The first major benefit of a jelly pedicure is a relaxing experience. You go to a nail salon to not only improve the look of your nails but because it offers an inexpensive spa-like service. It shows you don''t need to go to the spa in order to enjoy a spa-like service. This is especially beneficial when you suffer from foot pain because all you want will be something to reduce the level of pain you''re experiencing. By focusing on your feet that is exactly the kind of service you''ll receive. A foot-centric service designed to help reduce the pain in your feet.


The next benefit of a jelly pedicure is exfoliating your feet. The gelatin used for your feet will solidify around your feet, helping your feet keep warm while improving the level of soak your feet experience. This means if you have calluses and cuticles the two will soften faster and to a greater extent. This makes it easier to remove the dead skin from your feet.

Dead Skin Removal

Removing the dead skin from your foot might help with your pain. It depends on what kind of foot pain you have. Some people experience foot pain because of developed corns and calluses on their feet. Calluses develop on the feet when a person''s shoes do not fit correctly. The skin of the feet rubs up against the edge of the shoe, causing friction. The skin then develops these calluses to protect against friction. Of course, the more your feet rub against the shoe, the larger the calluses become.

This makes it especially painful. So by going to the nail salon and experiencing a jelly pedicure, you might very well reduce the level of pain you''re experiencing. However, this pain will eventually return unless you change the shoes you wear. If you do not change the shoes, you wear your feet will continue to rub against the side of your shoes which will bring calluses back to your feet.