Manicure and pedicure are beauty treatments that involve caring for the hands and feet, respectively. Manicures typically involve the cleaning, shaping, and polishing of the nails, while pedicures focus on the same for the feet.
During a manicure, a technician will typically soak the hands in warm, soapy water to soften the skin and nails. They will then push back the cuticles and trim and shape the nails to the desired length and shape. The technician may also apply a moisturizer and massage the hands before applying polish.
During a pedicure, the feet are first soaked in warm, soapy water to soften the skin and nails. The technician will then remove any dead skin on the feet using a pumice stone or similar tool. They will also trim and shape the nails and may apply a moisturizer and massage the feet before applying polish.
Both manicures and pedicures can be a relaxing and enjoyable experience, and they can help keep your hands and feet looking healthy and attractive. However, it's important to make sure that the salon you visit is clean and that the technicians follow proper hygiene practices to reduce the risk of infection.