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How to Treat Your Feet to a Luxury Holiday

Pamper your feet on your next trip to Constance

Feet are one of the most neglected parts of the human body. Squeezed into shoes for months on end it’s easy to forget to look after them properly. Then all of a sudden your longed-for holiday fast approaches and the idea of baring your feet fills you with dread. Sound familiar? Then it’s time to show your feet a little love and attention.

Start prepping 2-3 months before you travel

If time is still on your side, it’s worth getting a salon pedicure 2-3 months before you go according to medical pedicure pioneer Margaret Dabbs. But if you’ve run out of time, doing a home treatment is still a good option in the week or two before you leave. It will help to get rid of any dry skin and callouses, before moisturising to soften the skin. Wear socks in bed to retain the moisture for maximum effect. Pretty toe nails make a huge difference to the overall look of your feet. If you’re doing a home treatment, use small nail clippers to trim straight across the nail.

Give Your Feet a Rest

Once you’re on holiday, it’s a great time to give your feet a break from the pounding they get when living life on a busy routine.

Guests at Constance Hotels and Resorts can now indulge in the hugely popular and effective health pedicure created by podiatrist to the stars Brice Nicham. Initially available only at Constance Le Prince Maurice, Brice has now brought his much coveted treatments to Constance Belle Mare Plage, Mauritius, Constance Halaveli, Maldives and Constance Ephelia, Seychelles.

Brice Nicham Medical Pedicure

Brice developed a unique method to combine medical chiropody with the indulgence of a luxurious pedicure experience. His method is now offered in the most prestigious hotels in Paris and New York as well as within VIP complexes in the biggest international airports and private jets.

And once you’ve had one of these pedicures, there’s no going back.

Combining medical treatment to remove corns, calluses and ingrowing nails, the Nicham approach then shapes and cares for the nails clipping and filing them before giving feet a proper exfoliation and special toe to knee massage to remedy bloody circulation and articular mobility.

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