Shape and Polish - 10 mins £10
Mini Pedicure - 20 mins £17
Classic Pedicure - 45 mins £25
Deluxe Pedicure - 1 hr £30
Callus Peel Pedicure
Callus peel softens hard calluses quickly - scrape and file them away. - Leaves clean and soft skin where YOU CAN SEE THE DIFFERENCE RIGHT AWAY!
A busy and active lifestyle can lead to a build up of hard skin and calluses on the foot, making this part of our body uncomfortable and unsightly. Our special Callus Peel product will leave feet soft and feeling rejuvenated. The Callus Peel is applied to the problem areas, allowing calluses to be scraped away quickly. This is a 15 minute, four step system gives results that you can see right away. From when you arrive , the whole treatment will take no longer than 30 minutes in total and you will see the amazing difference Callus Peel can make.Please Note: Callus Peel treatments are not suitable for clients that are pregnant or have diabetes.
We also sell the after care prodcuts so you can prevent callus build up!
Questions & Answers
To treat both feet, it takes only 20 minutes - 10 minutes for the patches to soften the skin and 10 minutes for the rest of the treatment.
We recommend a treatment every 2-3 weeks, although results are seen after the first treatment.
Yes. Callus Peel use cosmetic ingredients only.
Yes. The Callus Peel Skin Softener (sachets) are individually packaged. The scraper can be sterilised and the Foot File has replaceable pads.
No. The Callus Peel treatment must ONLY be used on the feet (heels, soles or the side of the big toe) where callus appears and must NOT be applied to areas where there isn't any callus. If in doubt, please contact us.
Aqua, Glycerin, Nonoxynol-12, Carbomer, Ethanol, Sodium Hydroxide, Tataric Acid, Lactic Acid, Pyroglutamic Acid, Ethoxy Diglycol. Don't be alarmed by these as we use AHA's (Alpha Hydroxy Acid) on our face!
Pregnant women - We recommend that Callus Peel is not carried out whilst the client is pregnant (certainly not in the first four months of pregnancy) as hormones tend to be all over the place.
Diabetes - The reason it is best not to treat anyone with Diabetes is because they could have a reaction to the patches as they have to be aware of potentially serious skin problems related to the disease. Most people who suffer from Diabetes are on controlled drugs.
Psoriasis - If the area where the patch is to be applied is fine, then you can carry out the treatment.