Happy Friendship Day 2016 Wishes

Happy Friendship Day 2016

Here we end for the most awaited day, Friendship day. Words are not enough to describe a friend that make our life easier and happier and filling the most mesmerizing memories with oneself. It’s said that the most beautiful relationship in the world is none but the Friendship, and here we are celebrating this day to dedicate to all our friends who are near or much far from our life.
Asking for any solution and they make us to forget the problems are “Friends”. Studying late night together and start talking about something weird is a “Friend”. Stuck in a traffic and the first person that comes in our mind for help is a “Friend”. Much more things are happening when we are in this most awesome relationship.
Friendship is what that gives meaning to life and provides the best direction for future. We all laugh, we cry and we learn with friends together. We eat, we shop and we work with friends together. And when we fight for what we believe and change the world, we do that with friends too.

Thus we celebrate this day to honor our most precious thing to be in our life and make something incredible.
Best Friend always sticks Together. ! So Friendship day is here! People search for friendship day quotes, Friendship day quotes for whatsapp, friendship day wishes and status to be shared on whatsapp, happy friendship day 2016 whatsapp status . we have shared some awesome collection of whatsapp one liner status for friendship day . check out out best and cooliest collection of Happy Friendship Day 2016 Quotes  , Happy Friendship Day 2016 status.

Happy Friendship Day 2016 Wishes Quotes

  • A real friend is one who walks in when the rest of the world walks out. Happy Friendship Day!
  • How long shall v b friends? Do u want a clue? As long as stars twinkle in the sky, till the water runs dry & till the day I die. We will b friends. Happy Friendship Day 2016 Quotes!
  • Friendship is always a sweet responsibility, never an opportunity. Happy Friendship Day!
  • The rain may be falling hard outside, But your smile makes it all alright. I’m so glad that you’re my friend. I know our friendship will never end. Happy Friendship Day Dear !!!
  • She is a friend of my mind. She gathers me, man. The pieces I am, she gathers them and gives them back to me in all the right order.
  • A friend is someone who knows the song in your heart, and can sing it back to you when you have forgotten the words. Happy Friendship Day 2016 !
  • A friend is a push when you have stopped, a chat when u r lonely, a guide when u r searching, a smile when u r sad, a song when u r glad.
  • A single rose can be my garden… a single friend, my world. Happy Friendship Day!
  • Friendship is a strong and habitual inclination in two persons to promote the good and happiness of one another.
  • A true friend is someone who thinks that you are a good egg even though he knows that you are slightly cracked.
  • Don’t walk in front of me, I may not follow. Don’t walk behind me, I may not lead. Walk beside me and be my friend
  • Friends are like mango… you’ll never know which is sweet and which is not. Well, I’m lucky coz I was able to find the sweetest mango in U! Happy Friendship Day!
  • Sometimes being a friend means mastering the art of timing. There is a time for silence. A time to let go and allow people to hurl themselves into their own destiny. And a time to prepare to pick up the pieces when it’s all over.

Pedicure Infections: How they happen and how to spot and avoid them. part 2

The (Bacterium) Culprits

One usual culprit in pedicure infections is Mycobacterium fortuitum, a non-tuberculous mycobacterium. This bacterium is known to cause boils that resemble insect bites that eventually enlarge to produce pus. These boils can last a very long time and some never really heal until treated with antibiotics. Some victims can have but just one ulcer or lesion while others can have dozens! They all normally ooze pus.

Numerous outbreaks of this bacterium have been reported over the years. Mycobacterium fortuitum has been found in sewage, dirt and in low levels in water sources both processed and natural. So it is very easy to get this bacterium into the inner workings of a pedicure foot spa or plumbed pedicure sink, but the key is to not let it build up to very high levels. This bacterium thrives extremely well in the organic debris that can amass at certain points in a foot spa like the filters and water screens. Fortunately, this bacterium is rarely life threatening but can leave unsightly scars when the boils and lesions finally heal.

Another very serious culprit in pedicure infections is MSRA or Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus. This bacterium is extremely difficult to treat in humans since it is very resilient to antibiotics including the penicillins and as the name suggests namely Methicillin and oxacillin. This bacterium has normally cause outbreaks in hospitals and health care settings since it’s so hard to treat and very easy to transmit from patient to patient (HA-MSRA or Health Care Associated MSRA). Recently though, it has been found causing outbreaks outside of hospitals and clinics and in communities amongst healthier people like in salons and spas (CA-MSRA or Community Associated MSRA).

MSRA can be carried around by human hosts without the host showing signs of infection. About one third of the population is usually carrying around a strain of staph bacteria, which is usually harmless until it enters the body. Even upon entering the body staph sometimes only causes minor skin problems in the healthy; sometimes though it develops into more. The usual carriage spots are the nostrils, opened wounds, the respiratory tract and urinary tract.

This is why it’s very important for people, especially when giving pedicures, to thoroughly clean their hands after doing such things as using the bathroom, blowing their noses, sneezing or coughing. If you follow what mom taught you about good hygiene, you would already be doing this though. MRSA can even survive on garments and fabrics.

Usual symptoms of infection include, small red bumps that resemble insect (spider) bites or even boils that are accompanied by fever and sometimes rashes. In only a matter of days, the boils grow into painful, deep pus filled boils. Sometimes these can turn into abscesses that require drainage by incision.

Some breakouts, about 75%, only involve the soft tissue and the skin, but other infections can get more serious. Some cases of MRSA can spread to joints, bones, wounds, vital organs and also lead to sepsis, where the entire body becomes inflamed due to infection. Sepsis is commonly called blood poisoning. Although rare it also can cause toxic shock syndrome and even flesh eating (necrotizing) pneumonia.

The real puzzling part of the problem for researchers is the fact that some people can develop very treatable MRSA skin infections while others can have infections that are widespread and lead to death where all patients are infected with the same strain of MRSA and all appear to be healthy.

It was believed that for MRSA infection to occur there needed to be a break in the skin, but new data suggests that for some strains this is not the case and MRSA can be contagious in certain situations.

There have been cases of pedicure infections from MRSA that have resulted in the amputation of limbs due to the ineffectiveness of antibiotics and in some cases death.

People with low immune systems such as diabetics, the elderly and HIV patients are especially vulnerable to bacteria pedicure infections and more serious complications including death. It is necessary for these persons to be extra vigilant in avoiding the use of non-disinfected foot spas and  pedicure sinks. If you notice any boils that won’t heal and begin to ooze pus after receiving a foot soak in a foot spa, it’s best to consult a doctor.


Regular cleaning is just not enough to avoid pedicure infections as serious germs can withstand ordinary cleaners. To avoid harmful bacteria from building to high levels, disinfection is necessary. To kill harmful bacteria, viruses and fungus, the cleaning agent used must an EPA registered hospital or medical grade bactericide, viricide and fungicide. That is, an agent capable of destroying bacteria, viruses and fungus. If your cleaner is not labeled as such, then you are not thoroughly cleaning your foot spas and pedicure sinks.
Some products out there are combination cleaners and disinfectants. These are probably the best products to use to avoid pedicure infections as they both clean and disinfect in one step. Some usually come in a concentrated from that can be diluted with water. It is necessary, when using disinfectants that they be allowed time to fully do their work. Ten minutes is normally the recommended length of time but be sure to read all labels on how to effectively use the product you choose. To properly clean foot spas this mixture should be run through the inner workings before each use. It would be a good idea to disinfect both before and after, if using the unit for the last time for the day.

What else to take not of?

Any type of pedicure tub or foot spa that circulates water can potentially become a breeding ground for harmful bacteria and at high risk of causing pedicure infections. Since the water has to be passed through tubing and passageways, every inch of this journey leaves possible spots for bacteria to deposit and develop. To recommend that it is necessary to avoid use of these types of units altogether might be extreme as the bacteria is usually only extremely harmful when allowed to build to very high levels.

The best thing to do is to never use a foot spa that you have not disinfected thoroughly yourself or one that you are not totally convinced has been thoroughly disinfected.

If you’re letting someone else perform your pedicure, before placing your feet into a foot spa be sure to inquire about the last time the unit has been disinfected. Foot spas should always be cleaned in between users/customers.

Don’t be afraid to ask that a foot spa and/or instruments being used be disinfected in the front of you and that you can see the agent being used to disinfect them. Be sure to look for the bactericide, viricide and fungicide indications on the label. It is even acceptable to carry your own instruments to the salon to be used on your feet. This way you are totally sure that the equipment being used is clean and has been disinfected.

Also look for registration and licensing information on the walls as well as board of health certifications. This can give patrons a false sense of security though, as many of these same salons with such certificates hanging on the walls have claimed to be just too busy to clean pedicure sinks and foot spas in between clients. Remember too, that in this digital age many documents can be forged or produced.

If the place just looks dirty and badly kept and the pedicure sinks and foot spas look "grimey", it may be better to just leave and go someplace else or perform your pedicure yourself using our definitive pedicure guide. Remember to wash your hands thoroughly before beginning though.

I reiterate, if you have any broken skin, nicks or scrapes, wait at least 24 hours before soaking in a foot spa just to be safe.

Many “busy” spas, pedicurists and individuals may slip up on the disinfecting procedures, but this step should never be skimped on. It could lead to very serious life threatening pedicure infections! Truly though, how busy can you be to willingly endanger the lives of your patrons or even yourself?

Be vigilant, be clean and disinfect to avoid serious pedicure infections!

Pedicure Infections: How they happen and how to spot and avoid them.

Pedicure infections are surprisingly very easy to pick up, if proper disinfection guidelines are not followed. Usually occurring in salons and spas that cater to numerous individuals, pedicure infections have been known to get as serious as amputations and even death. The major problem lies in not so much the cleanliness of the utensils as many would assume, although this can lead to serious infection as well, but in the cleanliness of the vessels used to soak the feet.
Water is known to encourage some types of harmful bacterial and fungal growth. Whether it’s in your pool, Jacuzzi or foot spa, water can become a breeding ground for harmful bacteria if not properly disinfected. The problem with moving water is that bacteria is then flushed to the inner tubing or piping and also to the filters that have been put in place to catch debris. Once bacteria gets caught in the filters and inner workings, it sits there, thrives and multiplies amongst the organic debris and reenters the water stream with every circulation cycle. Imagine using the same water over and over to soak your feet! That’s exactly what you’re doing if the foot soak vessel is not properly cleaned.  
The problem with filters is that they are intended to catch and hold debris and certain sizes of matter in order to keep them out of the water flow. So the filters keep dirt trapped within them and let water pass through. Once bacteria enters the equation, as you can being to guess, the bacteria is carried to the filters where it sits amongst the other dirt and grime. Some of the debris caught in the filters may be organic, thus helping the bacteria to thrive and multiply rapidly.
As water passes through the filters it comes into contact with the bacteria and thus the bacteria is transmitted to the flow of water. Thus, even though the larger particles have not become dislodged, the microscopic bacteria have still infected the water supply and can easily pass through the filters with the water. The problem is compounded by the fact that bacteria doesn’t have to only develop at the filters. So a quick fix of only cleaning the filters is not adequate. Bacteria can build up at any point along its journey, via moving water, through the inner workings of a foot spa increasing the risk of pedicure infections.
All it takes is one trace of bacteria left to thrive to cause an outbreak. Usually bacteria enters the situation from the (natural and processed) water supply where it is normally found, so religious cleaning of feet before the usage of foot spas will not totally eliminate bacteria from the environment and chances of getting a pedicure infection.
The bacteria will also need another circumstance to aid in their infection – broken skin. Bacteria can enter the bloodstream through any kind of broken skin. This includes insect bites, scrapes and bruises.
This is why it is so very important to avoid public spas or salons for 24 hours after you’ve shaved your legs, used a hair removal cream or waxed your legs as you may have small openings on your skin. It is of the utmost importance, that if your skin is broken in any way that you stay away from pedicure foot spas that you are not sure have been thoroughly disinfected. In some cases however, where the level of bacteria was so high, people who reportedly did not shave right before using foot spas or claimed not to have broken skin still contracted pedicure infections! This could also be the result of a small scrape or cut going undetected though.

The pedicure procedure

Be sure to fully clean, disinfect and sterilize all tools and containers used to avoid risk of dangerous, life threatening pedicure infections!

Remove Polish
Precautions: The chemicals used in nail polish remover are very harsh and will dry out your cuticles and nail bed, making your nails white, dry and brittle. Try to limit prolonged exposure to these areas and to your skin in general. Yeah, I know its hard keeping the polish remover off of your cuticles and other exposed skin, but it really is bad for them so do your best. Read our article on Acetone, Ethyl Acetate and Acetonitrile to find out more.


Use a remover with moisturizers and vitamins. They will leave these behind after the harsh chemicals have evaporated.
When possible use non-acetone/alcohol removers to limit the drying out effect. They aren’t as effective though and may not be able to take off darker colored polishes as well.
Use a lint-free cotton cloth to avoid those fuzzies left behind by cotton balls.
Get your material of choice saturated with polish remover and rub over each toenail. For hard to remove spots, soak the material, press and hold firmly for a few seconds over these areas then wipe away. Repeat until all the trouble spots are removed, making sure to re-soak with remover before each press-and-hold sequence. This ensures a fresh batch of remover to dissolve the hardened polish. Noticed stains or yellowing on your nails? Read this page on how to remove nail stains.

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Groom your nails
Precautions: Be careful with anything that has a sharp edge and comes close to your skin. Oh yeah, if you start seeing blood(or feeling pain) – STOP!!


Use an emery board as your pedicure nail file instead of metal files that are notorious for ripping nails, unless you’re a pro.
With emery boards, the finer grade side is for smoothing around the edges of the nail while the rougher, coarser side is for shaping and shortening.
Use a safety nail clipper
The object of grooming your nails is to get them to the desired length while reducing the chances of getting foot problems like infamous ingrown toenails. To avoid ingrown toenails, make sure you cut your nails straight across and above the skin so that the nail corners are visible. Cutting too short is like begging your nail to grow into your skin. Once clipped, try to achieve a soft, rounded square shape by filing. With filing though, try to stroke in only one direction. Slightly round the corners but don’t take them lower than the middle portion of nail.

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Foot Soak
Precautions: Any unit that circulates water can be a breeding ground for very dangerous bacteria. Bacteria that can lead to amputation or even death! Be sure whenever you use one, or any pedicure vessel for that matter, that it has been thoroughly cleaned and disinfected to avoid pedicure infections.
If you have any open sores on your feet or legs, don’t soak. Soaking may help dangerous germs get to the wound. Consult your physician first, especially if you are a diabetic, elderly or HIV positive.


Add about a quarter cup of milk to the foot soak. The lactic acid helps to cleanse, soften and deodorize the feet. It also helps loosen dead skin cells.
Always use heated water. As hot as you can bear. It soothes and softens much better.
You can add marbles to the bottom of the foot basin to rub your feet over while soaking.
Essential oils can be added to aid in relaxation.
Epsom salt is anti-inflammatory, will help you relax, soothes muscle pain and improves rough patches of skin - it’s also an emollient and exfoliator.
Epsom salt will also help stop that wrinkling effect when you soak your feet for long periods.
Use Epsom Salt in your foot soak!
Pedicure foot spas (foot baths), pedicure tubs and pedicures bowls are not all necessary, but if you already have one you can make use of some of the features if you want. Click the links to find out more about them.

Fill your chosen vessel with water so that you at least cover the tops of your feet. Try to cover as much as possible even past your ankles if you can. The Epsom salt will soothe those areas too.  You’ll want to use about a ½ cup to a cup and soak for about 10 minutes (30 minutes is great!).

There is no real strict time or dosage limit on this, just put enough for it be effective (about a ½ cup for a medium to large container). Of course if you are using an extremely large vessel, adjust your dosage accordingly. Using too much won’t hurt, neither will soaking too long (unless you're pregnant). So judge it by how much product you have (and how long you want your supply to last) and how much time you have to spare.

Essential oils add to the relaxation effect more so due to their aroma. Lavender and Jasmine oil aromas have been said, by experts, to increase feelings of relaxation and may even help you achieve a better, more restorative slumber when present during sleep. Lemon oil aroma in addition to helping with relaxation has been said to enhance one’s overall mood. Give them a try in your foot soaks.

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Cuticle Treatment
Precautions: Be careful not to cut or scrape “live” flesh, instead of your cuticle.


A cotton wrapped orangewood stick is an excellent cuticle pusher.
Wooden (eg. orangewood) and plastic cuticle sticks are less abrasive than metal ones
If you are comfortable using them, liquid cuticle removers may be used, but they are dangerous if you use them incorrectly. Want to know how? Confused over where the cuticle actually is? Read “Cuticles and Removers“.

I recommend after soaking, using a cuticle stick or cuticle pusher to push back the cuticle towards the nail fold. You have to look closely to see where it begins. Usually after soaking (and bathing) excess cells begin to flake up at the edge of where your cuticle starts. As you push back firmly but gently towards the nail fold, more “dead cells” will begin to flake up. This is the excess cuticle skin that we will clip or scrape away.

If you don’t have cuticle nippers you can use your cuticle pusher/stick to scrape the excess off of the nail plate. This all becomes easy because you soaked first. This keeps you from painting over excess cuticle skin that will most likely just flake up in a little while ruining your new coat of polish. It also helps eliminate the white, flaky excess cuticle cells that accumulate on your nails, improving their appearance when unpolished.

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Scrub/Clean your nails and Feet

Old (or new) toothbrushes can substitute for nail brushes. Just keep in mind some are harder than others. If your skin is more delicate, go for soft to medium bristles. The stiff/hard bristles may scrape your feet.
A cotton wrapped orangewood stick is an excellent, safe way to for clean underneath nails
After the foot soak, any dirt under the nails and other places should have loosened up. Wrap the tip of your cuticle stick or pusher with cotton to gently and carefully remove any dirt you see underneath your nails. Many leave this step out of their how to do a pedicure guides, but cleanliness must be addressed as it is very important.

Get your nail brush and scrub your nails and feet. Underneath nails is an excellent place for bacteria to hide. Be sure to scrub underneath the free edge, the nail plate and around the nail fold. Also scrub your soles, paying special attention to your heels, in between your toes and the tops and sides of your feet.

This part may get very ticklish. If you can’t stand the scrubbing with the brush because you are too ticklish, use a bath towel instead.

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Precautions: Be very careful with anything that has a blade!
If you are environmentally conscious, some big brand body scrubs contain tiny particles of a substance called polyethylene. Many marine animals die from ingesting too much of these particles as it clogs their digestive tracts.


You can make your own foot scrubs from home ingredients. A few ideas are:
Milk, Baking Soda and Salt
Epsom Salt, (Opened)Peppermint tea bag, Vitamin E Oil
Mix them to a creamy paste

You have a few options of things to use to mechanically exfoliate your feet. The usual choices being foot files, loofah sponges and pumice stones. They all work well. Loofahs usually can't handle really tough skin though. The Ped egg, a new device, may also work well for you.

You can also add a chemical exfoliant, i.e. foot scrub cream to aid in the exfoliation process. As suggested above, these can be homemade or store bought. These scrub creams have tiny abrasive particles in them to aid in the exfoliation which can be applied to the foot directly and/or to the instrument you are using.

Be sure to scrub the heel and balls of the feet, sides of your heels and around your toes; basically anywhere there is rough, hard skin.

The key again is to be firm but gentle. You are trying to grind away slowly, layer by layer to expose the younger, softer skin below. Aim to smooth instead of removing, this should keep you on track because it is very possible to rub too hard and damage your feet.

Don’t try to get your feet super smooth in one sitting. It will most likely take a few pedicure/exfoliation sessions to get your feet as smooth as want them to be. Be patient. If you see a bright red color emerging, it’s time to stop and remember that certain areas of your feet are a bit tougher for a reason.

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Moisturize, (Insert Foot massage here if applicable)

Retrieve your moisturizer of choice and massage a generous portion into your feet. Rub deeply to be sure the ingredients are absorbed into the skin. Pay special attention to rough, tough patches. Include the ankles and lower legs as well, keeping this skin soft is a must for beautiful legs and feet. If you want to get your feet softer (or any skin), the following are some natural ingredients that do just that, so be on the lookout for them in your creams. Ingredients that soften the skin are called emollients.
Shea Butter
Grape Seed Oil
Cocoa Butter
Jojoba oil
Vitamin A,C & E (although chemicals are sometimes used to add these)
For dry, cracked feet read our page on Dry Feet. If you are giving someone else a pedicure, you could insert a foot massage here.

If the weather is cold, slipping on a nice, warm pair of pedicure socks before you paint your nails might be a good idea right now since the next step is, you guessed it, nail polish application.

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Apply Nail Polish
Dry your feet thoroughly and ensure your nail plates are free from any oil or residue moisturizer. If they do have some moisturizer or other chemicals left on them, dab a piece of cotton (or cotton cloth) in some polish remover and run it over your nails. Any residue material will seriously affect the base and top coats/polish ability to adhere.

Now get your base coat, nail polish and top coat ready (or clear nail polish/enamel). If you have allergies to certain types you should use either formaldehyde free nail polish or water based polishes. I always recommend using a base coat as it protects your nail plate from the yellowing, staining effect of deeper shades, especially red. The base coat also provides a nice, smooth surface for your polish to be applied to. The top coat will add a gloss shine and protective cover to your nails, much like as in automobiles.

Try to master the art of how to apply nail polish . After applying the polish, you can use a pair of disposable pedicure slippers or disposable pedicure sandals to maneuver around in. These are great because if you do happen to get polish on them, it doesn’t matter because you’ll toss them any way.

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Post Pedicure Maintenance Tips

To keep up with feet softening treatments, you can generously moisturize your feet at night before going to bed with a moisturizer that contains one or more of the emollients we detailed above. Then put on a thick pair of cotton socks to ensure that most of moisturizer is absorbed into the skin instead of being rubbed off on your sheets. These emollients work best over time through repeat exposure!

You can also reapply some top coat every few days to keep it intact over the polish color and to renew the shine making your nails look fresh all over again.

Foot soaking isn’t something restricted to a pedicure. Doing regular foot soaks can be beneficial.

You have now been enlightened on how to do a pedicure in the comfort of your own home. Now, go forth into the world, showing off the beauty of your feet!

The Definitive How to do a Pedicure Guide

 you want to know how to do a pedicure at home huh?

Well, a pedicure really doesn’t have to mean an expensive trip to the salon. Neither does it mean a bunch of expensive products to buy. You can do one right at home with stuff you may already have.

Sure salons and spas have those really cool pedicure chairs with all the frills, scented oils, fancy tools, magic moisturizers and a whole list of other goodies but you can recreate much of that allure right at home. Yes, you can transform your bedroom into your own personal spa.

To make it a fun thing, you and some friends can even get together and have a pedicure party, where you can help pamper each other and do little fun pedicure games. These can definitely make the task more enjoyable!

If you’re pregnant there are some special considerations you’ll need to keep in mind. Our page on The Pregnancy Pedicure should be all the advice you need.

Here’s the definitive guide to giving yourself an at home pedicure. It will be beneficial to browse through the pedicure instructions steps first before going out acquiring the things on the "needed pedicure supplies" list. Reason being, there are little goodies (and precautions) within the steps that aren’t necessary but offer additional information on products to use and tidbits on how to go that extra mile to make your feet sensational!

Needed Pedicure Supplies

Nail Polish Remover
Nail file or Emery Board
Epsom Salt (at least a ½  cup)
Cuticle Stick or Pusher (cuticle pushers and sticks can be wooden, plastic or metal)
Foot soak tub (Foot bath, pedicure tub, pedicure bowl, pedicure foot spa or some other large vessel)
Nail Brush (old or new toothbrushes can work or a bath towel if you’re ticklish)
Mechanical Exfoliant (Loofah Sponge, Pumice Stone, Foot File or even a Ped Egg)
Chemical Exfoliant (Foot scrub cream of your choice)
Foot Moisturizer, with emollients
Base Coat, Top Coat (clear nail polish can be substituted, and in many cases base coat can substitute for top coat and vice versa)
Nail Polish (color of your choice)
See our page on pedicure equipment for additional information on these necessary pedicure tools as well.

*Note: Some nail care kits may have a lot of the mechanical pedicure tools needed, although probably not everything.

A pedicure, some foot care and everything else in between...

Great, healthy feet are but a pedicure away! Well maybe a few pedicures and some home foot remedies, depending on how bad you’ve neglected them. Yes, I know you’ve neglected them because we all do it! Neglect the very things that have supported us (literally) faithfully all these years. We all can do better. Our feet have been taken for granted – by us.
Have no fear though. Everything you need to know about keeping your feet happy, healthy and handsome is included in this site. All you have to do is the clicking!
Nothing will be spared as we show you correct, inexpensive ways to care for and pamper your feet. We will get right down to the ingredients used in products and show you what to use, when to use it and what to avoid.
Whether you are a diabetic, foot model or just someone tired of being ridiculed about your subpar feet, we most likely have a tidbit or two that can help you out. Learn the tricks and gain the knowledge to give you the confidence to stand on your own two feet and expose them to the world!
So sit back, relax and kick your shoes off, literally, because you’ll need to once we get down the business!