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pedicure

professional treatment of the feet, either by a medical expert or a cosmetician
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All of us know the feeling of being led to the chair, be it in the dental office or the one in front of the mirror at the hair salon or foot spa with a pedicurist.
Manicurists and pedicurists also remove their own cuticles, becoming themselves the gateway to possible infectious agents by contact with the blood from customers, apart from the risk of infecting their customers.
By early 2007, about 50 occupations had minimum wages below 1 000 [euro] a month, and 20 occupations had minimum wages below 900 [euro] (the lowest minimum wages are for newspaper deliverers at 670 [euro] and pedicurists at 705 [euro]).
While many Hollywood personalities are dead serious about their politics and contribute their money and celebrity intelligently and strategically, more than a few really are just as spoiled media-wise as they are life-wise, expecting the same supplication from reporters as from their personal publicists, agents, managers, masseuses, life coaches, gardeners, pool attendants and pedicurists.
20) "It changed my life," says another woman, speaking not about medical podiatry but about the effect of treatments from those medical adjuncts whom Vogue describes as "expert pedicurists at Buff Spa in Manhattan's Bergdorf Goodman.
Had the bottom of my bare feet scanned in 10 different airports, thereby ensuring the employment of the same number of randomly selected Korean pedicurists.
They told us you can have armies of nutritionists, pedicurists, softtissue therapists, cutting-edge performance measuring machines, the most sophisticated coaching apparatus, coaches paid PS13m salaries and players with their own private jets and over a season that will triumph.
24) In fact, more than half of the Vietnamese employed in this category were classified as miscellaneous personal appearance workers, an occupational category that includes manicurists and pedicurists.
AFTER the latest outbreak of Dugout Rage at Chelsea last weekend, isn't it time we considered going back to the days when we didn't have dozens of players, coaches, assistants, kit men, physios and pedicurists sitting on the touchline?
Two specialized personal care occupations, shampooers and manicurists and pedicurists, also had two-thirds or more of their 2009 employment in the largest metropolitan areas.