It is a known fact that 72 000 nerve endings are found in your feet. They take the brunt of life’s journey – especially in Africa where they are the primary mode of transport over rough and dusty terrain and more so for men that lives an active lifestyle.
Give the necessary attention to your feet with our easy 3 step pedicure for men featuring products from the Rain Biologie range.
Step 1 | Soak it up
Start your treatment by indulging your feet in our soothing Biologie foot soak by sprinkling 2 tablespoons into warm water before you submerge the feet. Then use a pumice stone to remove any thickened skin.
Step 2 | Scrub it down
Gently exfoliate feet with our Biologie foot scrub and rinse with warm water. The apricot seed kernels found in the scrub gently slough away dry dead skin. Skin conditioning Aloe Ferox prepares the way for the penetration of the combination of essential oils – specifically formulated to cleanse, deodorise, cool and prevent fungal growth.
Step 3 | Cooling moisture
Finish off your masculine pedicure by moisturising the feet with our Biologie Foot Cream that also has a cooling effect. This cream is brimming with skin food, essential fatty acids, anti-oxidants vitamins and protective actives.
Lastly, remember to always wear clean socks and try to wear different shoes every day. Always wear the right size shoe as they can affect your legs, pelvis and even your spine.
Alternatively, you can go the comfort creature route. The Rain spa offers a very unique 1 hour massage called The Sole ©. A cleansing water ritual with a twist encourages you to begin your stress release.
The therapist will make use of a “caterpillar milk technique” to encourage lymph drainage in your legs and to ease the tension from your body, making relaxation irresistible and inevitable for a weary traveler.
A Rain healing balm with wild harvested organic active ingredients will be applied, slowly bringing you back to consciousness. You will awaken feeling energised with a spring in your step.
Visit your nearest Rain spa for a booking today.