Lets look after your feet. Specialising in ELIM MediHeel which has been described as 'a facial for the feet.' Elim is a medical grade pedicure treatment which uses state-of-the-art ingredients to remove hard skin and calluses from the feet.

What is a pedicure?

A pedicure is a beauty treatment aimed at improving the appearance and health of the feet and toenails. 

Whether you're preparing for a special occasion, seeking regular foot care, or simply treating yourself to a moment of relaxation, a Dead Pretty pedicure is a luxury treat for your feet. Choose from multiple treatments such as our simple classic Gel Toes, or our full package Luxury Elim or Express Elim pedicures. 

With our ELIM pedicures the process typically begins with the ELIM Heel Peel - Using an alkaline solution to help break down the cells of the hard callused skin. This is then gently scraped away and then a neutralising cream is added to rebalance the Ph of the skin and leave it feeling silky smooth. 

The Luxury ELIM treatment then continues to offer a foot exfoliant, a foot mud mask, foot soak and lower leg & foot massage.

Gel toes can be added to either ELIM treatments with an additional cost. 

Dead Pretty Pedicure Menu

Includes cuticle work, shaping of the toenails, and finishing with a  gel colour of choice.
This requires a little more time and precision in order to achieve the perfect finish.
Elim is a medical grade pedicure treatment which uses state of the art ingredients to remove hard skin and calluses from the feet with no abrasive foot filing.
Includes Mediheel peel, cuticle prep and nail shaping.

+ Optional extra to add on gel.
Includes Mediheel peel, foot and lower leg exfoliation, Ultramud mask and foot soak.

+ Optional extra to add on gel.
Book Appointment

How often should you get a Pedicure?

The frequency of pedicures can vary depending on several factors, including your personal preference, the growth rate of your nails, and the type of pedicure you choose.

For a gel pedicure it's common to have a pedicure every four to six, or whenever your gel polish starts to chip or wear off. 

Additionally, your lifestyle and occupation can also influence how often you should get a pedicure. If your work or hobbies are hard on your feet, you might need more frequent pedicures to maintain their appearance.

As with manicures, ensure your pedicures are done in a clean, safe environment to avoid infection and listen to your body for any signs of discomfort or adverse reactions.

The 5 main Benefits of pedicures

Pedicures offer numerous benefits beyond just enhancing the aesthetic appeal of your feet. Here's why you should be getting regular professional pedicures:

Improved Foot Health: Regular pedicures can help detect early signs of corns, bunions, and fungal infections. The cleaning and grooming procedures can prevent these conditions and promote overall foot health.

Exfoliation: The removal of dead skin cells during a pedicure encourages new cell growth, making your feet smoother and reducing the chance of developing calluses or bunions.

Promotes Circulation: The massage given during a pedicure can improve blood circulation and help to relieve tension in the calves and feet.

Moisturisation: Hydrating the skin can prevent blisters, reduce the chance of infection, and keep feet smooth and supple.

Relaxation: Pedicures can be a great way to relax and pamper yourself. This can help reduce stress and enhance your overall well-being.
linkedin facebook pinterest youtube rss twitter instagram facebook-blank rss-blank linkedin-blank pinterest youtube twitter instagram