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Healthy looking nails and skin

Aneta from SkinEffect Beauty Therapist Aneta

Do you think of manicures and pedicures as just an occasional way of pampering yourself?

Regular manicures and pedicures actually provide great benefits for your overall health and well being, especially after winter.
They also help keep hands looking young
Increase blood circulation,improve the health of your nails.
De-stress
Having great looking nails can always help to put a smile on your face, making stress levels decrease. 
Keeps hands and feet smooth and soft.
If you don’t take care of your hands and feet, you can experience dry, cracked skin that leaves painful sores and potential scars.

Taking care of your skin is just as important as eating a well-balanced diet, exercising regularly, and getting enough sleep.
Treating yourself to a facial once every 4 to 6 weeks can benefit your skin in many ways.
Also is a great gift for your loved ones. :)
Beauty Therapist Aneta 0221613366 47 Apsley Drive Avonhead

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