- Service Name John Doe
- Average Sessions April 27, 2018
Our Diabetic pedicure service is for people living with diabetes. We help improve their feet’s health, preventing ingrown nails and dry feet. Due to diabetes, the skin loses many properties, causing extreme dryness, calluses, and thick nails.
The risk of contracting infections in your nails, such as the fungus, is higher because the immune system is compromised; for this reason, it is advisable to do a clinical pedicure once a month with a professional to make sure it is done correctly to avoid any type of injuries or infections. Since the healing is slower due to the deterioration of blood circulation, having a professional with minor sensitivity.
A waterless pedicure is performed to avoid the risk of contracting any type of infection due to cross-contamination, especially with clients with diabetes since, as mentioned before, they have a compromised immune system. In the procedure, nails and calluses are softened with unique hypoallergenic solutions, and this helps to be able to clean, reducing the risk of damaging the skin. In addition, an evaluation is carried out to detect any problem that may be developing in the client’s nails or feet. Finally, removing dead cells and excess skin is done with an electric file that allows us to clean deeply without damaging your skin. At the end of your service, your skin will be hydrated with a special cream for your skin type, and you will continue to do a small massage to reactivate blood circulation.