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May 11, 2014

Happy Feet

Text by Wyanet Vaz

If you are willing to let tiny fish munch on your toes, then these 5 pedicures should make it to your lust-list. (Think mango, chocolate and ice-cream for your feet!)

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    Maharani Pedicure

Candle Pedicure
Unlike a waxing routine, this one is intensely relaxing. A candle wax scrub is applied, which acts as a great exfoliator. Next, more candle melt in the form of a massage cream is used for deep moisturisation. So, isn’t it better to light a candle than to curse your tired feet?
Available at Tip & Toe Nail Club, Bandra.

Mango Pedicure
This summer, pamper your feet with natural mango pulp. A pedicure with mango fruit extract and shea butter does more than just nourish, exfoliate and smoothen your feet. It leaves your spirit radiant and glowing, just like an alphonso.
Available at Revive Salon and Hair Studio, Andheri.

Chocolate Pedicure
A chocolate pedicure sounds like the making of a decadent treat. The pedicure includes a brown sugar scrub followed by a delicious vanilla-and-hot chocolate massage. Chocolate is touted to effectively alleviate muscle pain. Indulge in this calorie-free treat that will leave you smelling like dessert.
Available at Indulgence Nail Spa, Khar.

Maharani Pedicure
The royal ritual begins with a traditional aarti, followed by milk being poured down your feet into a copper bowl. Try it especially for the dryfruit-and-honey scrub and the mint cream. While royal wooden boxes, freshly ground creams and rose petals make their way, simply savour the queenly affair.
Available at Taj Salon, The Taj Mahal Palace, Colaba.

Ice-cream Pedicure
The ritual involves soaking your feet into lukewarm water, and then digging your toes into scoops of ice cream. It helps eliminate toxins from the body, while getting rid of dry skin and sun tan. No longer just a desert, this summer, soak your feet in some ice-cream happiness.
Available at Nail Spa Experience, Bandra.

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