How-To: The Glen Ivy Mistle Toe Pedicure

Here's how to perform Glen Ivy's Mistle Toe Pedicure. // Photo credit: Kesu01/iStock/Getty Images Plus

Glen Ivy Hot Springs (Corona, CA) is bringing the winter season to its clients with its seasonal Mistle Toe Pedicure. While the treatment doesn't include actual mistletoe, it does provide a number of services that make client's dry, winter skin softer to the touch. Here's how you can incorporate a similar pedicure into your spa for the winter season.

  1. Begin the service with a thick, butter brulee whole milk foot soak.
     
  2. Gently smooth and exfoliate the client's feet and legs with a fine grain sweet cream salt scrub.
     
  3. Massage the feet and legs with a mint-infused shea butter to leave toes feeling fresh and invigorated. Try using Farmhouse Fresh's Fluffy Bunny shea butter cream, which is infused with mint-julep, cream, and just a hint of lavender.
     
  4. Primp and polish the client's toes with the polish of their choosing, and set aside time for them to dry before wrapping up.

The service runs $50 for a 50 minute pedicure, or $80 for an 80 minute pedicure, and is available now through January 31, to ensure the spa keeps the holiday cheer going into the new year.

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