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Pedicure at home in 5 minutes or less

April 4, 2013

Pedicure at home

Want to start getting your feet in shape for the summer? We give you our insider tips on how to do a Pedicure at home in 5 minutes or less.

Pedicure at home

0 – 2 Minutes: Scrub Scrub Scrub

Dip your feet into a bowl or small tub of warm water and pat dry. Massage a handful of a scrub onto the skin. Choose an oil-based product, which will moisturize as it exfoliates dead, dry cells.

2 – 3 Minutes:  Quick Shaping

Give your nails a quick file straight across to even out their shape.


Pedicure at home

3 – 5 Minutes:  Polish

Wipe your nails with a bit of polish remover to remove any oil from the foot scrub. Apply a quick-drying clear topcoat first to make nails look shiny or to act as a base for a fun colour.

Applying a clear varnish as an undercoat makes it easier to remove a colour when you get tired and want to change colours.

If you have less than 5 minutes, then you’re going to love Miss Oops’ Pedicure in a Bottle  to start the job for you. Not only does it make it effortless to have beautiful looking feet all the time, they will also feel like you’re walking on heaven!

Pedicure in a bottle

With its special formula, it exfoliates and hydrates at the same without any fuss. It contains shea butter, avocado oil, sunflower seed oil,  jojoba oil and lavender to soothe.

It is easy to apply and absorbs into the skin quickly.

If you feet are in need of some ultra pampering due to rough skin or cracks, simply apply Pedicure in a Bottle  twice a day (morning and night).

If you want to use it just as maintenance and pampering, use once a day.

You will notice a difference after using in  just 7 days!

Miss Oops’ Pedicure in a Bottle   will definitely take care of the hardest part of a pedicure as your feet will be ready to just file and have a bit of fun choosing your polish colour!


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