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A manicure is a beauty treatment which uses special tools, creams and / or massage techniques to leave your nails and hands healthy and looking good. A manicure is good for improving the texture and health of both your fingernails and the skin of your hands, as well as leaving them looking polished and perfect. Choose from following options below:



File and re-varnish (20 min)

Classic Manicure (45 mins)






A pedicure is a superficial cosmetic treatment of the feet and toenails. Getting a pedicure makes you feel pampered and well cared for, and when you’re done, you feel clean and energized. Most women get their toenails done for cosmetic and therapeutic reasons, but there are also numerous health benefits associated with pedicures. The foot massage that come with pedicure services helps to stimulate circulation in the feet, which is important for your overall foot health. The removal of calluses on the feet can prevent the formation of pressure points from uneven weight distribution, and having your nails trimmed by a skilled nail specialist can prevent ingrown toenails. Regular pedicures are also a good way to prevent blisters, corns, and blackened toenails (one of a number of running- related injuries that can be prevented with conscientious nail care).



File and re-varnish (20 min)

Classic Pedicure (75 mins)




Gel manicure 

Gel Polish is a true gel formulation. It applies like nail polish, is long lasting with a high gloss finish and has a great range of colour on offer.



Gel Manicure (45 min) 
Soak off with new set reapplied (60 min) 

Soak off + Mini Manicure (30 mins)  





IBX system 

The two-part system, comprised of IBX and IBX Repair, is the solution to weak, damaged, peeling nails in only a few applications. Both IBX and IBX Repair penetrate into the nail plate and work to toughen from the inside out. It is the first treatment of its kind as it is applied like a polish, cured with LED or UV light, works inside the nail as opposed to sitting on top and requires no removal.



1st IBX treatment (20 min)
Follow up treatment (10 min)




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