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Pedicure Foot Treatments

Pedicure Cheltenham

Cheltenham Reflexology and Massage offer two therapeutic pedicure treatments; the Therapeutic pedicure and the Deluxe pedicure.

We love pedicures as they are so relaxing, as well as being great for the skin on your feet. We’ll also offer you a lovely cup of tea, coffee or hot chocolate to enjoy, whilst having your feet treated.

In this pedicure treatment you will enjoy having your feet soaked in our lovely electric foot bath, with Dead Sea or Epsom salts. Your feet will then be exfoliated, after which, dry callused areas will be smoothed with a rasp. Your cuticles will be softened, pushed back and trimmed. Nails will be cut and filed. Choose a nail polish to finish the look.

If you are looking for a really relaxing and nurturing experience, you may wish to choose the deluxe pedicure. This allows more time to receive a therapeutic massage of the feet and lower legs, as well as experiencing heated boots, where your feet are smothered in aromatherapy oil and then placed in warm boots to aid the softening of the skin.  Your an also choose to have your nails painted, if you wish.

Gel polish needs to be cured with a specialist lamp. We use Orly FX, which is enriched with Vitamins A, E and B5 to protect the natural nail and promote healthy nail growth. Orly FX is free from DBP, Toluene and Formaldehyde.

Callus Peel

callus peel

The Callus Peel treatment is a luxury, spa foot treatment that removes hard, callused skin leaving your feet feeling soft and revitalised. The treatment involves applying a lotion to the feet, wrapping them in cling film, scraping at the hard callused areas and ending with filing and Moisturising.

Therapeutic Pedicure – £40

Therapeutic Pedicure (Gel polish) – £50

Deluxe Pedicure – £65

Callus Peel – stand-alone treatment – £30

Callus peel as an add-on to another pedicure service – Add £18


*Please note that there is a 50% charge for any appointments made and not attended or with less than 24 hours notice, as we are likely to be unable to fill that treatment slot.