Would it be wrong to take my manky feet for a pedicure?

(7 Posts)
GottaFeeling Fri 08-May-15 18:13:09

I'm a runner and my feet suffer.

I have some rotten toenails and the remnants of athletes' foot. It's been treated, the infection is gone but the skin takes a while to heal.

Would it be very poor form to ask some poor beauty therapist to do her best with them?

thereinmadnesslies Fri 08-May-15 19:41:14

Go to a podiatrist. I had one appointment and it made an amazing difference.

SpongeBobJudgeyPants Fri 08-May-15 20:49:09

I worked as a beautician for years. Many people only get their hooves feet out in summer, and suddenly realise they may have neglected them. So long as they're clean, no worries.

MaeMobley Fri 08-May-15 20:58:09

Or try & find a medical pedicure type thing.

SpongeBobJudgeyPants Fri 08-May-15 21:01:54

That's a point. A chiropodist is able to cut away hard skin, whereas as a beautician you are trying to buff it away. Could always have the Big Gun treatment, and then maintain at your local beauty salon.

WilburIsSomePig Sat 09-May-15 06:09:38

Agree with Sponge, I would get them properly 'sorted' then get pedicure. Purely because you'd just be making them look pretty short term rather than sorting them out properly if you just have a pedi.

ClaudiusMaximus Sat 09-May-15 07:14:23

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

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