Express Manicure - £15
A perfect speedy treat. Includes cuticle work, nail tidy, moisturiser and cuticle oil is applied finished with a nail buff and polish if required.
Basic Manicure - £20
A perfect pick-me-up treat!
This service includes a nail soak, cuticle work and nail tidy, followed by a hand and arm massage. A moisturiser and cuticle oil are applied, followed by a nail buff and polish if required.
Spa Manicure - £30
Perfect for pure relaxation.
Your nails are treated to a nail soak infused with Neal's Yard Remedies Aromatherapy Oils, this is followed by cuticle work and nail tidy. we then use a hand scrub to smooth and a hand mask to soothe. This is followed by a hand & arm massage, moisturiser and cuticle oil are applied, followed by a nail buff and polish.
Why get a manicure?
Many people get mani's all the time, and it is usually to have clean and beautiful nails.
But there are actually many health benefits to having a these treatments that you might not be aware of.
A manicure is a treatment for the whole hand, not just the nails.
Included in all of our nail treatments is a version of a massage. The main benefits of this are increasing blood flowand the flexibility of the joints. Massage also slows down wrinkling, keep the skin soft and supple.
Another important benefit is exfoliation. Dead skin cells and calluses growing in your nails and skin are removed in the treatment process. This allows new skin cells to grow and regenerate, giving a soft and supple feel to the skin.
And finally, getting these treatments are very stress relieving. Your hands are the most hardworking part of the body and they actually need a break after a long day’s work. Getting a manicure is a great way to pamper and treat yourself. It can be very relaxing to see beautifully done nails at the end of the day, it can also boost your self-confidence.
We stock a lot of beautiful nail polish shades that you can choose for your nails for everyday wear or for special occasions, we also provide nail art on request!
To make the best of your newly manicured hands, follow these simple guidelines:
Leave adequate time after your treatment for your nails to dry
Wear protective gloves when gardening, or doing housework
Dry hands thoroughly after washing
Use hand cream regularly
Do not use your fingernails as tools, use pads of fingers instead
Always use a base coat under polish to prevent staining, and use a good quality top coat to prevent chipping
Use an acetone-free nail polish remover
Never use metal files
Keep nails a workable length
Use cuticle cream or oil daily to moisturise dry cuticles
Drink plenty of water and eat well
Do simple hand exercise to keep joints supple
Avoid harsh and drying soaps
Return for regular, professional manicures at least every 2-4 weeks for maintenance and further treatments