Let’s look at the different types of treatments held in the esthetician school South Carolina by the cosmetologists.
- Regular or basic manicure and pedicure treatment
Initially, your hands and feet are soaked in lukewarm water and a little bit of special mild soap is added to the water to soften the dead skin cells. Your fingernails are then cleansed, clipped and brought to shape. Next, a little massage is provided followed by coating the nails with beautiful nail paints. For pedicure too, the same process is applied but to the feet.
- Spa manicure and pedicure treatment
This kind of treatment involves a little more effort and is time taking. Apart from the regular process of basic manicure and pedicure, it has something more too. The extra part is the paraffin wax treatment, also known as the glycolic exfoliation treatment. The wax treatment involves glycolic acid in a gel format or any special kind of cream that will remove the dead skin cells immediately after applying. Dip your hands and feet in the paraffin solution and then cover it with gloves. Keep it for some while. This makes your skin smoother and clearer than before.
- French manicure and pedicure treatment
A very common and classic form of treatment is the French manicure and pedicure. This is perhaps the best kind for your hands and feet. Again, the basic process is the same as usual. What makes this process different from others is that a clear natural or a bit pinkish solution is applied to the nails first. Next, only the nail tips are filled with white nail polish. This creates an enhancing and fresh look to the finger and toe nails.
- American manicure and pedicure treatment
This is quite similar in type to the French manicure and pedicure treatment. But there is a slight difference. The nails are shaped somewhat in a rounded form. Coming to the matter are of nail paints, other than in French manicure, the American style uses a more off white nail paint on the nail tips.