The classic foot treatment (pedicure) can also be done at home

The classic foot treatment (pedicure) can also be done at home
Ingrown toenails (paranicium), blisters, thickening and sore feet — these are the most common problems that cause people to visit pedicures. And, in 90% of cases women and only 10% men (and all together only when the feet become painful with inflammatory conditions). Most people, however, can do a pedicure on their own (at home) because of the savings and the current financial situation. We use various balms, creams, gels, files, plasters and if there is no help then we just visit a pedicure (which is less evil than a surgeon).
To visit a pedicure, it is important that all tools are sterilized and hands are washed before and after the treatment / intervention (due to jaundice or some other infection that is otherwise a possible consequence of these treatments).
The most common causes of all foot problems are genetics and footwear. The anatomy and deformation of the feet depend on genetics (squats, flat feet, protruding apple bone, etc.). These causes can be corrected very little, while the consequences of wearing incorrect footwear (blisters, sore feet, etc.) can be corrected by hand and by visiting a pedicure. The most common problem of most people is paranic (ingrown toenails) due to frequent wearing of sneakers and shoes for several hours, in which the skin burns (thus becoming suitable for various fungal and other diseases).
Tips for people to get a pedicure at home
-Do not use the so-called “chalk spoon” (which is normally used by pedicures) because the razor could injure you. Use a variety of hard sponges and polishing files (thus removing the surface layer).
-Nails should be cut straight and never on the side (unless the nails have already grown). This is then just the case for a pedicurist who will make an “onion” so that the ingrown nails do not happen again.
-Use baby foot massage cream and sea salt for the bath (all year round and all seasons). The feet should be immersed in water to just above the ankles
-blisters are still the case for pedicures although there are various chemical agents for removing blisters. One should be careful with the use of any technical aids (electric instruments) with one’s own hands, because an inexperienced person can permanently damage the nail root. It is then an ideal place for fungi and other diseases.

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