Pedicure At Home With Natural Ingredients

Pedicure At Home
Pedicure At Home

Do you know? You can give yourself a professional pedicure at home with natural ingredients. Read this article till the end for the step-by-step pedicure at home procedure with natural ingredients. 

Your feet can tell a lot about you. But you don’t have to spend time and money to get well-groomed feet; all you need to do is follow these simple steps for a DIY pedicure at home with natural ingredients.

In case of a cracked heel, visit the site mentioned below to make your DIY cracked heel cream and scrub to fix dry, rough feet in one day and get soft smooth feet.

Fix cracked heel, rough, dry feet at home

How To Do Pedicure At Home

You don’t have to purchase any kind of foot scrub or foot moisturizer for a pedicure at home. You’ll learn to make your own foot scrub and foot moisturizer in this article. Scroll till the end for the pedicure at home with natural ingredients for instant clean and white skin.

How To Do A Pedicure At Home For Myself

Read below for the complete procedure of pedicure at home.

1. Prepare your nails

The first step to a salon-style pedicure at home is to get rid of any kind of existing nail paint/polish from your toenails.

You will need:

  1. Nail polish remover
  2. Cotton
  3. Toothpaste
  4. Toothbrush

Dip cotton in a nail polish remover.

Rub on your toenails and remove your nails paints.

Now, apply toothpaste on your nails for 3-4 minutes.

Start rubbing your nails with a toothbrush nicely.

This will remove all the dirt from your nails and give your nails a whiter look instantly.

2. Trim And File Nails

Now you need to trim and shape your nails.

You will need:

  1. Nail cutter
  2. Nail filer

Make sure you cut straight across and don’t cut the corners too much, as this can lead to painful ingrown nails. Then use a nail file to give them the desired shape. A nail file is a tool used to gently grind down and shape the edges of nails. First, decide the shape of your nails so that you can file them accordingly.

Shapes (square, oval, pointed)

3. Soak Feet

This is the relaxing step of the pedicure. Soaking your feet in warm, fragrant, moisturizing water is a great way to relax.

You will need:

  1.  Tub
  2. Pumic stone/loofah/sponge

Homemade pedicure soak

1.     Warm water (enough to cover your ankles)

3.    Shampoo (1 teaspoon)

4.    Rose petals (optional few petals)

5.    Lemon juice (2 tablespoons)

6.    Baking soda (1 teaspoon)

21 uses of baking soda for skin

You can also add a few drops of essential oil of your own choice. These usually calm the nerves and give your feet the spa treatment.

Sit comfortably and soak your feet for (15-20) minutes.

Once the nails and skins have softened, clean the nails with the help of the brush, and use a pumice stone to dislodge dead skin on the heels.

Pat dry with a towel.

DIY Cuticle Cream:

  1. Yogurt/fresh cream/any oil (1 teaspoon)
  2. Honey (1 teaspoon)

Once your feet are dry, massage a little cuticle cream on the base of your toenails. While the cream softens the dead skin, again soak your feet for a few minutes. Now, scrub your skin using a pumice stone/ foot file. This will remove dead skin.

Now, remove the cuticle cream, and push your cuticles with an angled cuticle pusher. Cuticles are the soft skin at the bottom of your nail where the fingernail cartilage and skin meet. Never cut your cuticles. This removal of the cuticle helps your nail grow and promotes healthy nails. Be gentle.

4. Exfoliating

Now, use a scrub to exfoliate your feet.

Homemade Foot Whitening Scrub  

You will need:

  1. Coffee powder (2 tablespoons)
  2. Fuller’s earth or rice powder (1 teaspoon)
  3. Baking soda (1 teaspoon)
  4. Lemon juice (1 teaspoon)
  5. Tomato juice or any fresh fruit juice optional (2 tablespoons)

Procedure for pedicure at home

Mix all the ingredients to form a thick paste. Add enough fresh juice or mix with any liquid (water, milk, or yogurt). Apply all over your foot. Scrub for at least 5 minutes. Focus on your heels, soles, the areas between your toes, and the sides of your feet. Scrub your ankles too.

For better results leave for 5 minutes after scrubbing. This will instantly leave your feet clean and soft.

Now wash it off.

5. Moisturizing

Your feet are now clean and clear but you need to moisturize to get the ultimate feeling of rejuvenation.

Homemade Foot moisturizer

You will need:

  1. Olive oil/coconut oil (1 teaspoon)
  2. Vitamin e oil (2-3 capsule)
  3. Glycerin (1 teaspoon)
  4. Vaseline (1 teaspoon)

Rub a generous portion of massaging the cream on your feet and massage well. Foot massages also help keep nerve endings stimulated, improve blood circulation and hydrate the skin and foot muscles and leave the foot fresh and soft.

6. Glam You Nails

Once you are done with the pedicure at home, you can paint your nails with a favorite shade of nail color.

For Perfect Nail Paint:

Apply a base coat on your nails first. You can also apply transparent nail polish as the base coat.

Then, apply your favorite shade.

Let it dry.

Apply another coat over it and once the second coat also dries out, seal it with a topcoat. This will enhance the appearance of your nails and will look beautiful.

More Tips And Tricks For Pedicure At Home:

  1. In case of any infection or you notice any blackening on your nails, consult your doctor first before applying any home remedy.
  2. Scrub your feet with a pumic stone twice a week to remove dead skin cells.
  3. Exfoliate your feet twice or once a week with homemade foot scrub to get softer, smoother and clean feet.

Homemade foot scrub

  1. Rice flour (1 tablespoon)
  2. Red lentil powder (1 tablespoon)
  3. Coffee powder (2 tablespoons)
  4. Baking soda (1 teaspoon)
  5. Rose petal powder optional (1 tablespoons)

(Increase the quantity if you want to store for a long time)

Procedure for pedicure at home

Mix all the ingredients.

Keep this in an air-tight container/jar/any food storage box.

Make sure to keep the container away from moisture and direct sunlight.

You can store this at room temperature for 3-4 months.

Because of dry ingredients, this can last well at room temperature, make sure not to add any type of water in this container.

To use, take 1-2 tablespoons of this homemade foot scrub and mix with any fresh juice, milk, yogurt, or rose water. Apply and wash it off.

You can use this homemade foot scrub on your body as well.

To prevent cracked, dry, rough feet, make sure to moisturize it daily before sleeping.

You can use any feet moisturizer or you can make your own.

Homemade foot moisturizer.

  1. Vaseline (1 tablespoon)
  2. Olive oil/ coconut oil/ mustard oil (1 tablespoon)
  3. Glycerin (1 teaspoon)
  4. Vitamin e oil (2-3 capsule)
  5.  Bees wax (optional)

To get into a cream-like consistency, add beeswax. You can totally skip.

Simply add all the ingredients and mix well.

Store the homemade foot moisturizer in a container. Keep the foot moisturizer at room temperature.

This homemade foot moisturizer will last long for a month.

FAQs About Pedicure At Home

Q. What can I put in my pedicure water at home?

A. You can put the following ingredients in your foot soak:

1. Vinegar

2. Salt

3. Shampoo

4. Lemon juice

5. Baking soda

6. Rose petals for a refreshing and relaxing effect. This also helps to get the moisturizing effect.

Q. How often should you get a pedicure?

A. To keep the feet healthy and well-groomed a pedicure with all the steps should be scheduled once a month.

However, exfoliating should be done twice a week and moisturizing daily for beautiful feet.

Q. How can I soften my feet overnight?

A.  At bedtime, simply apply a generous amount of petroleum jelly/vaseline to the feet and cover your feet with cotton socks.