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Manicure

Rejuvenation treatment of the hands.

Our hands do just about everything for us on a daily basis. As our hands are exposed to outside factors most of the time the visible signs of ageing are more prevalent than in other areas of our body. These ageing signs include age spots, thinning skin, dryness and wrinkles. These hands are usually ignored in the average woman’s skin care regimen and thus give our age away before our faces do. Rejuvenation treatments offer a solution for those looking to restore a youthful appearance to their hands. 

How does it work?

This is a cosmetic beauty treatment for the fingernails and hands. A manicure consists of filing and shaping of the free edge, pushing (with a cuticle pusher) and clipping (with cuticle nippers) any nonliving tissue (limited to cuticle and hangnails), treatments, massage of the hand, and the application of fingernail polish.

Manicure treatments can be combined with treatments such as Microdermabrasion, Skin peels or IPL Photo rejuvenation treatments.

Frequently asked questions?

Who is a candidate for a manicure?
Virtually any client that wants their hands to have a youthful appearance.

When will I be introduced to Microdermabrasion, Skin peels or IPL Photo rejuvenation of the hands?
When the client has booked for a manicure, the therapist can recommend these treatments.

What is the difference between a normal nail polish, gel polish en French paint?

  • Normal nail polish is included in our Manicure treatment. The client can choose between a variety of different colours. This nail polish can be removed with nail polish remover.
  • Gel polish is a nail polish that we bake under UV-light. A variety of colours available to choose from. This is slightly stronger than a normal nail polish and can last longer depending on how the client treats their hands. Gel polish can’t be removed with nail polish remover but needs to be soaked off.
  • French paint is a very natural paint technique the therapist use. The free edge of the nail is painted white covered with a natural pink to give it that natural appearance.

What are contra indications to a Manicure treatment?
Fungus or Abnormal skin conditions.

Can men have a manicure treatment?
Men can have manicure treatments. The nail polish will just be replaced with a buff polish.

Treatment Per Treatment
Manicure (incl Paint)R 200
Manicure (incl Gel)R 330
ExpressR 140
Add On
Buff & PaintR 100
Buff & Gel overlayR 150
Gel Soak offR 90
Parafin DipR 70

Paraffin wax treatment for manicures & pedicures

This is a treatment that can be done on its own or it can be incorporated into a Manicure or Pedicure treatment. Feet or hands are covered with layers of paraffin wax to moisturize.

What can it do for you?

Ideal treatment to moisturize very dry feet and to help soothe cracks in heels.

How does it work?

This is a treatment that can be done on its own or it can be incorporated into a Manicure or Pedicure treatment. The hands, feet or both are covered with enriching creams and then dipped in paraffin wax either before or after the nails are polished, in order to seal in softness and moisture. The wax is usually left on the skin for some time, usually between five minutes and half an hour. When it is removed, the skin will typically feel silky soft, and the hands are refreshed and revitalized.

Frequently asked questions:

What does paraffin do for your skin and nails?
Paraffin has intensive moisture therapy that nourishes skin and cuticles. The penetrating heat increases circulation, soothes aching joints and relaxes stiff muscles.

How often should I have a paraffin dip treatment?

Once every 3 – 4 weeks.

How long does a paraffin dip treatment take?

It can be 30 min if it is only the paraffin dip treatment. Up to 90 min if combined with a Manicure or Pedicure.