Manicure and pedicure

When do nails tell us they’re not healthy?

The first signal which nails send us is their colour change. The colour changes from yellow-green to blue-violet. Change of the nail colour can show mechanical damage in the form of bruising or hematoma. If the nails turn yellow or green, it may cause mycosis, eczema, psoriasis. In some cases, it can also be a more serious health problem. Psoriasis and eczema are non- infectious diseases, but mycosis is transmitted by spores. In case of mycosis, the nails smell and the nail bed is inflamed. We also know a condition called paronychia, when inflammation of the whole nail occurs. The cuticle around the nail is inflamed, either by performing an incorrect manicure, using aggressive disinfectants, tearing off the cuticle or hitting it. Untimely treatment of this condition can lead to a worse stage called Panaritium, more serious finger infection with pus formation of the deep tissues of the fingertip, called a felon. In this case, medical care should be called, where surgery or removal of the entire nail may occur.

What factors affect the condition of nails and what is possible support of their growth and quality?

The quality of nails is negatively affected in the winter by low consumption of fruits and vegetables, which directly affects the growth of nails. We therefore recommend increasing your vitamin intake. Vitamins B, vitamin D and minerals iron and calcium are recommended. Nails suffer especially when working with cleansers which are aggressive. Disinfection dries the nail bed excessively. In this case, it is necessary to use protective gloves and moisturizers. Nails also respond to diseases of the body, smoking, alcohol and stress. Nails grow more slowly and are weakened. The quality of nails are also negatively affected by reduction diets. If a person is starving for a long time, the body redirects all nutrients, especially to the body’s organs, ie to the heart, liver, kidneys and the nails lack the necessary nutrients.

How should we take proper care of our nails, what does a manicure require, and when will we find out that we have it really done well?

The manicure itself consists of the following procedures. The first is preparation for a manicure. An important part is the disinfection of tools. Sterilization of instruments has several phases, from mechanical cleaning, through disinfection and sterilization in a hot air sterilizer. The manicurist should work in disposable gloves. The manicurist visually evaluates the shape of the nail file. When correcting the length and shaping of nails, the correct nailing technique is important. We make gentle strokes with the file in one direction. Aggressive filing indifferent directions damages nails. Improper technique will weaken the structure and split the nails. This is followed by removing the cuticle without cutting and injuring and preparing the nails for painting. In order for the varnish to last longer, the nail bed should be well degreased.

Let’s go to the second phase, where the nail gel polish is applied. What must not be forgotten so that the procedure is correct?

Nail gel polishing has several stages. Preparatory fluids are used to help for gel better hold on. A base is applied to protect and align the nail, then the colour is applied and finally we put a glossy or matt top to seal the top of the paint. Each phase has to finished with drying in a UV LED lamp. Improper application, weak painting or bad drying of each phase lead to a short durability of the gel-varnish. Gel-polishing should last three to four weeks. In any case, it should be entrusted to a manicure specialist. At home we can treat our nails with cream and wrap, or shorten the length with a fine file.

What should we do to keep our gel nail polish as long as possible?

Do not mechanically damage, peel off or unprofessionally remove the varnish. In addition, we should not work with cleaning products without protective gloves.




Medical pedicure

Our feet are under great strain every day. Walking in tight shoes in which the fingers and nails are in the wrong position leads to corns and callous. The medical pedicure helps to solve these problems.

Our specialists competently and quickly solve the problems of your feet, will help to choose the further care. The smooth skin of the legs, the lightness of the gait is what your feet feel after visiting us.

Our specialists competently and quickly solve the problems of your feet, will help to choose the further care. The smooth skin of the legs, the lightness of the gait is what your feet feel after visiting us.

The medical pedicure is recommended in the following cases:

  • Hemorrhages, calluses, cracks on the feet and heels
  • Ingrown nails
  • The need to soften the hard skin of the legs, eliminate hyperkeratosis (excess of hard horny layer of skin)
  • Root or core calluses
  • Need for more thorough care for feet and nails



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