Pedicure do’s and don’ts for a fabulously healthy feet

According Dr. Marlene Reid of the American Podiatric Medical Association (APMA), “Pampering and grooming your feet promotes good foot hygiene, and should be done frequently to contribute to not only your foot health but also to your body’s overall health.”

A recent survey of the APMA revealed that 50 percent of women between the ages of 18 and 49 had received a professional pedicure by the age of 25.

Pedicure is still best experienced when you can sit back, relax and leave the job to the professional. However, it is import that you protect your feet from pedicure infection, especially if you are a diabetic or presently have cuts or scrapes on your feet. 

Before plunging your feet into the inviting footbath, keep in mind these do’s and don’ts that include tips from the American Podiatric Medical Association: 





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