Pedicure

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PEDICURE - MEDICAL AND AESTHETIC

Pedicure

The word pedicure comes from the french word “pedicure”, which refers to the care of legs, and especially deals with nails on feet.

Even during the time of pharaohs and ancient Romans, the people were taking care of their feet. Austro-Hungarian pedicure developed as an occupation when special departments were established in hospitals, where foot and pedicure massage was performed by professional staff.

If you spend most of the time in a standing position, your feet need better care. The human foot consists of 28 bones that are interconnected by ligaments and joints. Since a person makes between 5000 and 20000 steps a day, on average, it is completely natural for occasional calluses to appear on heals, which are carrying our intire body.

Calluspeling pedicure

A pedicure without scalpels, rezor blades or electric hard skin removers, which means any possibility of bleeding is avoided. Calluspeling is a treatment which is gentle and pleasant and at the same time very quick and simple. A medical bandage is taped on the feet and afterwards a nylon foil is wrapped around it. After 15 minutes the foil and bandage are taken off and hard skin is removed by spatula. Afterwards a foot massage follows. Try a different pedicure! Without soaking in the water and usage of electric hard skin remover!

Medical pedicure

Corns and calluses are hard, painful areas of skin that often develop on the feet in response to pressure or friction.

Medical pedicure means treating all the problems we find on our feet.

Medical pedicure removes the calluses of the skin, ingrown nails as well as corns.

We successfully deal with such cases with professional knowledge and great experience.

Here are a few facts about corns and calluses:

  • corns have a distinct, often hard center, which may be surrounded by inflamed skin
  • corns can be painful when pressed, but calluses are not usually painful
  • calluses are usually larger than corns, while corns tend to be smaller, round and well-defined.
  • calluses normally develop on the soles of the feet, especially under the heels while corns often occur in non-weight-bearing parts of the skin.