A facial for your feet is the best way to describe the elim pedicure.
Elim is a medical grade pedicure which uses complex ingredients to remove hard skin and calluses from the feet.
This pedicure still uses traditional methods such as harsh granular scrubs, filing and polish application.
The action of the filing sends a message of trauma to your brain which results in the overproduction of hard skin. The elim system offers a chemical alkaline peel which is a safer and more effective method. The tonic used breaks down the protein bonds that bind the skin together, leaving you with smooth skin.
This treatment cant be carried out on people who are diabetic, it also safe for someone who is pregnant, however after the first trimester is advised.
There are a few contra-indications which result in the treatment not being able to be carried out:
Clients using roaccutane
Bleeding skin and open cuts
Infectious skin conditions
How often do i need a elim pedicure?
An elim pedicure should be carried out every 3-6 weeks, however results are visible after the first treatment.
Before and afters of treatments: