Beauty Therapy in Chiswick, London

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  • Hands & Feet
Hands & Feet

We offer a full range of relaxing and thorough hands and feet treatments, using luxuriously indulgent products such as CND Shellac, Essie, IBX, P Shine, Seche Vite. With a lovely range of choices, you can pick the best option for you individually.


Speedy Manicure / Pedicure (file & colour) – Best choice for all lucky clients with no cuticle to tidy and for those with limited time (great for lunch break treat!). Nails are trimmed to desire length, filed to desired shape, buffed and painted with a colour of your choice. Finished with nourishing cuticle oil. 30 mins.

Essie Standard Polish / Japanese Detox  £18

CND Shellac Gel Polish £23


Complete Manicure – Nails are trimmed, filed and buffed. Dry cuticle soaked and gently removed, followed by a deep relaxation, sea salt scrub massage. Next, a mini hands and arms massage with nourishing hand cream. Then, colour application and rich cuticle oil ends the treatment. Blissfully amazing. 60 mins.

Essie Standard Polish / Japanese Detox £33

CND Shellac Gel Polish £38

Naked Nails – No Polish £28


Complete Pedicure – Starts with a refreshing scrub, then nails are trimmed, filed and buffed. Dry cuticle gently removed. Next, bottom of the feet properly filed and buffed, followed by a deep relaxation, sea salt scrub massage. After rinsing, feet and calves are massaged with a nourishing foot cream (chosen accordingly to your skin type and condition). Then, nails are painted and rich cuticle oil application ends the treatment. Blissfully amazing. 60 mins.

Essie Standard Polish / Japanese Detox £38

CND Shellac Gel Polish £43

Naked Nails – No Polish £33


Additives:

Soak off, tidy & conditioner £15

Soak off (when re-do booked) £5 

IBX – Keratin Repairing and Strengthening Treatment:

* First Application £15

* Follow Up Application £10

French Polish £3


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Essie Polish

Professional nail expert since 1981, carry the most beautiful, rich, juicy and fashionable range of colours. This nail-friendly formula doesn’t dry out or discolour your nail plates. It doesn’t have a strong odour like regular polishes. We love it because it’s so shiny and lasts forever…! Have a look at the colours here.


CND Shellac Gel Polish

Shellac is a nail product created by Creative Nail Design (CND). It’s a hybrid (mix of nail polish and a UV gel) and delivers superior cover for 14+days of wear. Has a high gloss shine of freshly applied polish and does not damage the nail beds. The final finish is completely dry once the manicure is finished – no drying time, no smudge risk. Have a look here.


P Shine Japanese Detox Manicure

It’s a great detox treatment for naturally dry and weak nails and perfect as a break from wearing gel or polish. The mixture (pearl powder, rice milk, vitamins, beeswax, lanolin, glycerine, paraffin and natural silicon earth) are 100% natural and gently applied by massaging and buffing into the nail plates, followed by a full manicure treatment. Strengthens, moisturises and makes your nails grow faster.


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Contra-indications that prevent a manicure or pedicure treatments:
  • Tinea Pedis – A fungal infection of the foot, also known as Athlete’s Foot
  • Onychomycosis – A fungal infection of the nails
  • Broken bones
  • Broken skin – Any cuts or abrasions could lead to infection, so the area should not be treated until it is healed
  • Paronychia – An acute or chronic infection of the skin fold around a nail
  • Ingrown toenail – The sides of the nail penetrate the nail wall: redness, inflammation and pus may be present, depending on the severity of the condition. We recommend to see a podiatrist for treatment
  • Severe eczema of the nail – Inflammation of the skin, changes to the nail including ridges, and thickening of the nail
  • Severe eczema of the skin – Inflammation of the skin, reddening, swelling and blistering
  • Scabies – A contagious skin condition caused by mites
  • Onycholysis – Lifting of the nail plate from the nail bed, may be caused by trauma or infection
  • Psoriasis – An inflammatory condition where there is an increased production of skin cells resulting in a scaly appearance
  • Verrucae warts – A viral infection, warts usually have a rough surface and are found on the palms or base of the feet. Also called plantar warts
  • Tinea Corporis (ringworm) – Fungal infection of the skin, in the shape of a ring
  • Tinea unguium – Fungal infection of the fingernails
  • Bacterial Infections – usually characterised by swelling, tenderness and redness in the area. For example: paronychia, whitlows, onychia
  • Swelling – can be caused by accidents and infections. If  you have an infection, we will advice to see a G.P. The swelling must heal before nail treatments can take place. 
  • Redness – Medically called erythema. Can be caused by heat, cold, infection, a reaction to chemicals, allergic reactions, dermatitis, chilblains. The treatment may be restricted only if you are uncomfortable or if the redness is caused by infection or an allergic reaction to manicure, pedicure products.
  • Bruising to the nails and / or toes
  • Extremely poor hygiene practices 

Please note, if any of above conditions are present, the treatment may be declined until treated by a doctor and fully healed.


Immediate aftercare advice
Following your manicure or pedicure treatment please allow adequate time to allow your nails to dry before leaving. Please bring open toed shoes with you. To prolong the life of your varnish wear suitable gloves or a special barrier cream when completing home tasks involving the use of water or chemicals such as gardening, washing up, hairdressing, car maintenance. Do not bite nails or surrounding skin, or pick and peel the polish/gel manually from your nail plate. Use a moisturising hand cream or lotion regularly.