What woman doesn’t enjoy seeing colorful toenails when slipping on a pair of sandals or toeless sling backs? It’s a boost in confidence when you feel neat and polished. But getting a pedicure done is also essential to maintaining your hygiene. Just like your body benefits from a massage and your face from a facial, similarly, a pedicure is also excellent for managing your foot health. Many women tend to do pedicures at home using an online DIY tutorial for guidance, but a less stressful way is to visit a spa. Here are a few health benefits of regularly having this beauty routine.

Health Benefits

Early Detection

Feet are usually covered by socks and shoes a majority of the time. People often don’t inspect their feet during routine bathing. So, the closer inspection during a pedicure allows you or the technician to notice any problems. One such issue is fungal infections. People who regularly get a pedicure done will see it much earlier. Catching it in the early stages will keep the fungus from spreading. Other diseases can cause discoloration of the toes or toenails. Any changes noticed by you or pointed out by a nail technician should be followed up with a doctor’s visit.

Infection Risk Minimized

Feet can develop infections from cuts or hangnails. Getting a pedicure dramatically minimizes an infection’s risk becoming severe because it will be detected early. Noticing any redness, swelling, or sensitivity requires action. The nail technicians have the necessary knowledge to point out any changes they see on toes, nails, or feet.


Pedicures involve a gentle massage of the feet and calves, which improves blood circulation in the body’s extremities. Warm towel wraps and whirlpool footbaths also increase circulation. People get rid of stress and tension with improved circulation, and it also has a considerable impact on the appearance of the feet.


If you are walking daily without moisturizing regularly, your feet can become dry. The skin becomes rough, dry, and scaly. During a pedicure, the nail technician gets rid of that rough skin and follows up with moisturizers that keep the skin soft. Getting a pedicure once a month will keep the soles of your feet soft and supple, preventing the skin from becoming cracked and sore.


The entire process of getting a pedicure is quite soothing and relaxing and helps release stiffness and tension in one’s body. Plus, you have cute toenails when it’s done.

Contact Nirvelli Day Spa

For other health tips or to schedule an appointment for a pedicure, call Nirvelli Day Spa at 919-297-0107.