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Nail Health

How Manicures Benefit Your Mental Health

Reinforces Self-Care:

One of the most immediate ways manicures benefit your mental health is by reminding you to take more time to perform self-care. When you feel down or stressed, you may forget the small acts of mental and physical kindness your body needs.

Paying attention to things like your hair, skin, and nails might seem pointless compared to your overwhelming schedule. However, your mental health is significantly impacted by your physical wellness. So, while painting your nails may seem unnecessary, it could help your mind focus more time on simple yet rejuvenating routines.

Choosing to be more conscious of your physical health during periods of mental stress can also help prevent any illness or infections that might otherwise go unnoticed. For example, if your hygiene suffers during down mental moods, you could be at a higher risk for infections in your nails and skin. Avoiding these infections is one of the reasons practicing proper nail care truly matters. Consider scheduling routine manicures to establish more routines of self-care and check your mental and physical health.

Boosts Mood

When you have a bad day, your brain benefits from having something fun and exciting to look forward to.

Although painting your nails may seem fickle, trying new colors, nail shapes, and designs can energize your day.

Also, consider planning manicures after stressful work or class events as a mental reward for enduring your day. Even though painting your nails or getting a manicure is a short escape, it reminds your brain to prioritize your happiness.

Showing extra care and love to our brains during times of stress is vital to our physical and mental health.

A manicure will show your brain the compassion it deserves, or at least it will try to.

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Benefits of Pedicures:

A nail technician can help you prevent getting calluses as they scrub off the dead skin cells on your feet. So say goodbye to flakey dry feet and hello to feet as smooth as a baby’s feet.

Individuals choose to get pedicures for a variety of reasons. For some, it is a regular part of their foot hygiene and maintenance. For others, a pedicure is a great way to prepare for a special occasion. Here are some of the surprising benefits of pedicures.


Individuals choose to get pedicures for a variety of reasons. For some, it is a regular part of their foot hygiene and maintenance. For others, a pedicure is a great way to prepare for a special occasion. Here are some of the surprising benefits of pedicures.


As the blood flows freely through the foot, circulation combats inflammation. If you have lower back pain, your feet could be to blame. Pedicures ease foot pain and can indirectly provide acupuncture-like benefits. The sole of your foot is connected to many different body parts. Therefore, stimulating and massaging various locations on the foot can benefit ailments in other parts of your body, such as your back.


Chances are, you probably only look at your feet when bathing or putting on your shoes. When you don’t monitor your foot health regularly, it can be easy to develop a nail fungus or infection. Pedicures are great for the early detection of foot problems, including nail fungus. Your technician can also recommend treatment options to make your nails look shiny and new. 


Along the same lines, regular pedicures are great for preventing infections. This is because the cleansing and exfoliation of the feet are very thorough. Technicians typically clean under the nail and around the cuticles as well. Cuticle maintenance can prevent ingrown toenails, and this meticulous cleaning prevents dirt and debris from penetrating the nail bed and causing infection and discomfort. 


Feet can sweat; therefore, feet can smell, especially if your precious feet are trapped in boots or sneakers all day long. A daily shower or foot scrub can go a long way to prevent foot odors. However, pedicures also leave your feet smelling like roses, or lavender or a Bahama Breeze scented candle. Options depend on the spa of choice, but with all the gentle products used in pedicures, you can bet your feet will smell lovely once you leave the spa.


Pedicures are great for exfoliation and moisturizing. By scraping off dead skin, your feet become baby soft once more. Pedicures also moisturize your foot from your toes to your heel. This keeps your feet soft long after your pedicure and helps improve your feet’s skin health. We spend a lot of time ensuring our facial skin is moisturized and well taken care of, so why wouldn’t you do the same for your feet?


Regular pedicures encourage healthy growth of your toenails. By keeping your toenails at the proper length and having them professionally cared for, you can expect even growth and healthy, strong nails. After all, good nail growth is a telltale sign of good health.


This one may not come as a surprise, but regular pedicures are great for relieving stress. When you look and feel your best, you are better prepared to tackle your work and life. Spending quality time on yourself allows you to restore energy and calm your mind. Pedicures are meant to be relaxing and soothing, making them great for mental health.

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