Your nails, skin, cuticles, and muscles all deserve uncompromised attention which is why you will never receive a rushed service from us. Aromatherapy, massage therapy, and thermotherapy are just some of the benefits our manicure and pedicure services provide. Be assured that we use products that contain quality and highly concentrated ingredients to give you fantastic, long-lasting results.
We are not a high volume nail boutique and that allows us to focus on the appearance AND the health of your nails and feet. We are sanitary. Your pedicure sink will be lined with disposable pedicure liner. Here are some other things that make us different from other nail salons:
- You will not find jets or whirlpool sinks in our pedicure sinks. Spachairs and whirlpool type foot baths are a breeding ground for mycobacterium fortuitum. This is a fast-growing bacteria that cause boils and scarring on the legs.
- Our nail technicians wear gloves are worn by estheticians for pedicures services.
- We never reuse anything that cannot be sterilized, such as foot files, nail files and buffer blocks. Nail technicians will use sealed pre-packaged single use items for your nail services
- Stainless steel implements are scrubbed, disinfected, stored in a sterilizer, and removed per appointment
- Disposable linens and paper are used in all applicable treatments.
What is also important to know is that our nail technicians are artists! Whether you prefer a more conservative look or attention-grabbing hands our technicians will deliver…from almond, coffin, or diamond shaped nails to Swarovski Crystal applications we have you covered.
Walk-ins are welcome but we strongly encourage an appointment for nail services.
PLEASE NOTE: We also do not service anyone who has a fungus, warts, herpes or any other communicable disease. We aren’t trying to be dicks, but as per health and safety regulations no spa is allowed to perform services on someone with the above mentioned conditions. Many spas and chop shops turn a blind eye and do the services anyway and that’s most likely how it gets passed on.