Pedicure for men is the latest beauty rage! Breeze through this write-up to know more on how to do pedicure for men.

Pedicure For Men

Unless you wish to shoo off your new date with your grubby toenails and nasty foot funk or have little inhibition flaunting your grimy, cracked heels in public, there is little reason why you should not indulge in some basic foot care to pamper your pad! There is little denying that with all the running, kicking, walking, pounding and squashing that you inflict on your feet every day, they indeed make for the most abused and the most unappreciated part of your body. It’s not until you get a bite or a blister that you realize how incapacitating life can be without these little troopers. So isn’t it just fair that you care for your tootsies as you would care for your dream ‘Mustang’. Pedicure, as most men would say, is a ‘women’s thing’, which isn’t the case at all. Remember, your virility has little to do with beauty indulgences. So dump your inhibition, dunk your pad in footbath and beat the stench and stress out of your feet. Read on to get indulging.
How To Do Pedicure For Men
Things You Will Need
  • Antibacterial Soap
  • Scented/Unscented Lotion
  • Measuring Spoon
  • Epsom Salt
  • Pumice Stone
  • Thick Towel
  • Scrub Brush
  • Large Basin
  • Cuticle Stick
  • Nail Clippers
  • Nail File
  • Thick Socks 
  • Tired of hiding your smelly feet, soiled soles and grubby nails behind fancy leather? Just chuck your socks and shoes, dunk your pads in a footbath, and bid adieu to your embarrassing foot woes for good. Fill a large tub with lukewarm water and squirt some antiseptic food bath solution into it. Add some Epsom salt to the tub and swish it till frothy.
  • Immerse your feet in the tub and soak your paws for about 10 minutes. The soapy solution should freshen up your feet and relax the grunge. Take a soft foot scrub brush, squeeze some antibacterial liquid soap into it and gently polish your toenails, feet and soles to scrape off all traces of filth.
  • Remove your feet from the tub and pat them dry using a thick, clean towel. Fill another tub with clean warm water and dunk your feet in it.
  • Using a pumice stone, gently buff off the dead skin, working primarily on your heels, big toe, toe pads, and balls of your feet. Rinse the feet with clean water and pat dry.
  • Take dollops of moisturizing lotion and gently massage your foot, stroking it gently and working your way towards the heels, in between the toes and arch of the foot.
  • Using a cuticle stick and gently push each toenail's cuticles back. Now take a nail clipper and trim the nails straight. File the nails gently to make a smooth curve.
  • Take some more lotion and generously slather your feet with it. Put on thick socks and wait for the lotion to get completely absorbed. Take off the socks after couple of hours to get soft, supple and squeaky-clean tootsies.

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