HISTORY OF PEDICURE
Researchers have found a lot of facts that foot care originated in ancient Egypt.
In 1958, archaeologists found a grave in the southern part of Babylon, where a set of pure gold manicure and pedicure was found. Excavations have shown that, starting from 3200 BC. foot care was part of the daily ritual of the royal persons, for which special tools were made and there were masters who were skilled in the processing of feet. In 1964, when they found the tomb of Pharaoh Nusser, where the entire royal family was buried.
Only great to know, at that time she wore open shoes and therefore the appearance of her legs meant a lot. In that era, it was not the hands that were kissed, but the legs, and therefore the beauty of the legs was considered a sign of a high kind. Majestic people took different baths for their feet, rubbed oils into their skin with different fragrances. Signs of divine origin were painted feet in bright color, the brighter the color, the higher the position of the nobility of that time.
Also, in Ancient Rome and Ancient China, only persons of the privileged class could care for their feet. Only they could decorate and paint legs with a bright color. The servants either didn’t put color on the legs at all, or could only apply the color of the bed.
In the Renaissance, foot care becomes a very important element. This is the time when shoes appear and therefore a pedicure becomes just a necessary measure. In the 19th century, pedicures were performed by dentists and only later this service was taken over by the barbers. Special cabinets began to appear where the first pedicure tools were used. On the foot are points that affect the entire human body.
Prevents dehydration of the foot, improves blood circulation in the foot, prevents the appearance of painful cracks.
HOW OFTEN DO I NEED TO DO A PEDICURE?
There are no clear recommendations, but still practical experience tells us that the frequency is 1 time per month.
WHY EXACTLY 1 TIME IN MONTH?
The fact is that nails grow quickly enough. Their length should not exceed 2-3 cm from the edge. If the nails grow more than 3 cm, then they can put pressure on the nail bed or rest on the shoes. They can also injure neighboring fingers and cause injury. Any injury to the skin we bear the opportunity to bring infection. Which in the future can create pain, and even the center of suppuration. The regularity of performing a pedicure makes it possible to prevent the overgrowth of the nail and subsequent injuries.
WHERE IS BETTER TO DO A PEDICURE?
Of course, in professional offices.
How can a professional pedicure cabinet differ from other places where they are trying to do a pedicure service? The pedicure room must include certain indicators established by SanPiN:
Multifunctional pedicure chair
Separate foot bath for pedicure
Pedicure lamp not less than 5 kW
Capacity for processing and disinfecting the instrument
Autoclave for deep sterilization of instruments
UV lamp for storing sterilized instrument
Tools sterilization tools
Cabinet Treatment Products
See how everything is not easy? Therefore, draw your own conclusions why a pedicure should be done in specialized places. Do not save on your health! Our manicure and pedicure masters also take care of their health and, therefore, they follow all the standards clearly and without fail.