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Ingrown Big Toenail Removed for Pain Relief

How to remove an ingrown toenail during a pedicure service. This is a very necessary procedure to learn and you should not feel timid about it. Ingrown toenails should be removed during a pedicure service as long as they are not infected. If they are infected you should refer them to a podiatrist.

People seek the help of nail technicians for more reasons than having their toes look pretty and polished. If you are unable to meet those needs they will keep looking for another technician than can. Let’s continue to give reputable services and be proud of the care you deliver in your career.

People ask me every day what products I use on my pedicures. Some of these products are available to professionals only, but some are available to purchase on Amazon. Here are a few links for you to find those items. You can also purchase some on my online store if you are located in the US.

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Impacted vs  Ingrown Big Toenail Removed for Pain Relief

Impacted toenails should be treated for pain relief during a pedicure service as long as they are not infected. Learn the difference between an ingrown toenail and impacted toenail.

👣DIY Pedicure Tutorial:  How to Remove Dead Skin on Toenails 👣

This pedicure tutorial will show you how to clean off the dead skin, or cuticle, that sticks to the nail plate. The proper name for it is pterygium. I will also show you how to remove the white spots on your toenails caused by dehydration of the nail plate. There are so many things to learn during pedicure tutorials as clients all have different issues on their nails. I will also show you how to remove big toe buildup and proper cleaning of the toenails and how to clean dead skin under toenail during this pedicure tutorial. Hopefully, you will learn some things for when you can’t get to the salon and need to do your pedicure at home.

👣Pedicure Tutorial: Male Toenails Affected by Chemotherapy👣

In this pedicure tutorial, I will show you how to care toenails that have been affected by chemotherapy. The nails can lift off the nail bed and trap debris as the grow up and try to re-attach. You can see that his nails are almost back to normal. God’s grace is wonderful.

Pedicure Tutorial Rheumatoid Arthritis and the Struggles of Nail Care

Pedicure tutorial, Rheumatoid arthritis and the struggles of nail care. Today I am going to share a pedicure tutorial where I give my elderly client, who has Rheumatoid Arthritis, a pedicure. The Rheumatoid Arthritis has caused her nails to become thick, curl and have a yellow appearance causing struggles of nail care.

Pedicure Tutorial on Elderly Woman

Real life, real situations, real learning. Learn how to care for toenails and cuticles on the elderly. This woman has some dry spots on her nails and yellowing, she does not have fungus. A fungus causes the nail to lift off the nail bed and come unattached. Yellowing nails is quite common in elderly women who wear polish all the time.
This video will help you manage your time better when giving a difficult pedicure. You should be able to complete a pedicure in 45 minutes. Look for other videos for the massage portion and callus removal portion of the pedicure.


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4 Comments on Pedicure

  1. WOW is all i can say I think it was about 2 years ago when I had a pinched big toenail on my right foot and sat looking up [edicure videos up you popped up. Using many of your cleaning of the material lol tricks and thinning of the nails so that the sides dont pinch helped a lot my nail is semi-normal not like I have ever had normal toenails they all look like motorcycle helmets lol hahha anyways i wanted to say how awesome you are and how great I personally think your content is. Super informative too 🙂 THANK YOU AS I DUBBED YA LOL FOOT GOD AND TOE BRO AS FOOT ANGEL 🙂

  2. Hi Lori! I am looking to get an at home foot spa/bath. There are so many to choose from. Any tips on spending my money in the right place (like features that really aren’t necessary) or brands to avoid? Thanks much!

  3. Do you have anyone I. The Houston TX area whose taken your course? I would like to book an appointment with them.

  4. I live washington D.C. I toenail fungus very bad are there any place I can go here to get the nail fungus done.
    Your work is very very good.

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