If you have visited Practically Perfect Day Spa, you have most likely met Selina, our medical nail technician. Selina is a wonderful nail technician and we feel privileged to work with her. We take great pride in our safety and sterilization procedures for our equipment and tools, Selina especially.
I’m sure you’ve seen on the news or in magazines the horror stories about pedicures and manicures gone wrong. They run the gamut from staph infections to cellulitis to ingrown toenails, even amputation. This is why we make your health and safety a priority.
Check out what we do differently at Practically Perfect Day Spa below, plus see some of Selina’s beautiful work!
How to: Take Care of Your Feet between Pedicures
There really isn’t a better feeling than coming out of a salon with soft and well-kept feet. Nowadays, nail salons do an average of one pedicure for every three manicures, when ten years ago manicures outnumbered pedicures ten to one. Everyone likes to have their feet looking their best and great foot care is especially important for people who suffer from health issues like diabetes.
We recently wrote an article on why it was important to choose a nail salon that made cleanliness and safety the top priority. That’s why we have partnered with Selina Wilmot, a medical nail technician, to make sure that our practices our top notch. She has also given a bit of advice on how to take care of your feet between pedicures.
It is our firm belief that every nail salon should have a medical nail technician on staff. (Read our recent article to understand why.) We are blessed to have Selina working with us here at Practically Perfect. She holds herself to the highest standards of cleanliness and service and by doing so, makes all of us strive to be our very best. She also has a wicked sense of humor (when you get to know her.) 🙂
Want to know more about Selina? Read on!
Your feet bear your entire weight every day, so it really isn’t any wonder that they are sore by the end of it. We compound it by wearing high heels or too-small shoes and by not taking proper care of our feet. Calluses, bunions, plantar’s warts—none of them are any fun. Plus you might be embarrassed that they’re there, even though we all get them. You know you should visit a salon to give them a little TLC, but which one?