Treating Your Toenails
A pedicure starts with your toenails. As a result, many pedicure tools target the toes, allowing you to perfect their shape, length, and overall health. Heavy-duty stainless steel toenail clippers make keeping your nails well-trimmed simple. Stainless steel nail scissors are another alternative for trimming your nails. Say goodbye to those irksome ingrown toenails with a tool designed especially to eliminate this issue. Finally, a nail file helps you to shape your nails into the round or square look you desire.
Softening the Skin
Your feet work hard, and that hard work often shows. When your heels and soles are rough and callused and your feet lack moisture, they need some restorative repair. Pedicure tools can target these problem areas by eliminating rough, dry, or cracked skin and infusing it with moisture. Use a pumice stone to gently exfoliate and smooth your feet, focusing on especially rough areas like the heel. File away calluses with a foot file, featuring two grades to comfortably eliminate that excess skin on your feet.
Choose one of the many foot files that are available. These products soften and exfoliate your feet, gently sloughing off any rough and dead skin buildup that can harden your feet. These products can be used in the shower or before an at-home pedicure.
For thorough pampering, choose a multipurpose pedicure tool or kit. These products allow you to perform a salon-quality pedicure from the comfort of home. A 4-in-1 foot wand allows you to clean, file, and buff away dry skin, putting your feet on a path to a softer and smoother look and feel. You can also pick up kits that come with several pedicure tools, including a corn reducer, foot file, and pumice sponges. back to top »