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How Often Should You Get A Pedicure?

A pedicure is an important part of every woman’s self-care routine. Not only are they extremely relaxing, but they range from simple to decadent. Pedicures are affordable and do not take long, making it easy for anyone on a time or money budget to get them. You will leave the salon feeling pampered, beautiful, and with a fresh colour on your toes.

But, how often do you need a pedicure?

Different Kinds of Pedicures

Some pedicures may last longer than others or be more resistant. A gel polish tends to be more durable than regular nail polish. So, you may not have to get a pedicure as frequently depending on what you choose. However, gel nail polish should be replaced more frequently as it will stay on longer and grow out.

How long your pedicure lasts may also depend on how much you are on your feet. If you are an athlete or have a job that requires you to stand, you may need to go more often. A good pedicure should last upwards of a month, but it does depend on your activity as well.

Personal Preference

At the end of the day, how often you get a pedicure is up to you! If you want your feet to be as clean and polished as possible, it is best to go bi-weekly. However, if you do not mind some chipped polish then you can go once a month. Remember, a pedicure is not only nail polish. You receive cuticle work, removal of dead skin, and a nice foot massage to top it all off. So your feet’ health care is also taken care of during the process. But, it is ultimately your choice on how frequently you should get a pedicure.

If you liked this blog, check out this one on, “How Long You Should Keep Your Skincare Products For.”

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