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pedicure

professional treatment of the feet, either by a medical expert or a cosmetician
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Many of my Turkish friends go regularly to professional pedicurists so that their toes look their best.
99 "Always clip toenails dry, as they can snag and tear when exposed to moisture," advises Joanna Czech, celebrity pedicurist for Scholl.
Always clip toenails nails dry, as they can snag and tear when exposed to moisture," advises Joanna Czech, celebrity pedicurist for Scholl.
There aren't many of us who can claim to have started training for our jobs at the tender age of three, but for Nicolas Untersteiner (28), whose occupation is bovine pedicurist (or, 'Klauaschniider' in Swiss German), this is very much the case.
When the Pope washes feet on the Thursday before Easter, that is not secular hygiene, and the Pope is not a pedicurist.
Kuyt also uses the services of a pedicurist, a faith healer and a haptonomy expert who helps him deal with any emotional turmoil.
Over half of the participants regularly employed the services of an esthetician or pedicurist.
A sharp, hostile feeling, the result of a brusque maneuver on the part of his pedicurist, had cut short his flight of fancy.
Emerald Valley Assisted Living Residence - Manicurist and pedicurist to polish nails; weekly commitment.
Or a pedicurist, perhaps, whom we pay for such service.
For those of us not visiting the manicure and pedicurist of Madrid, try Kiss Fashion Toenails.
Oh look," she said, digging me in the ribs with the gentle thrust of a Numidian spearman, as I lay dozing in the bed shortly before dawn on Sunday, "this hotel has a pamper parlour with a pedicurist, a manicurist, an aromatherapist, a sauna, a Greek masseur, an all-day gym and it overlooks the sparkling azure sea.