You can prevent stains and discolorations from forming by simply using a vacuum or a skimmer net to remove floating residue. Each time you use your home spa body oils, sweat, grease, dirt, dust and additional oils from cosmetics can mix with the water and form residues on the side of the tub. For maintenance, simply wipe off the residue or use a mild cleanser for more stubborn stains.
Another new addition to the pedicure process is the use of scents. It is common for pedicure spas to use various oils or candles to produce scents to give additional benefits beyond the physical. Studies say that scent from these oils and candles are beneficial because it can significantly help improve blood circulation, memory and even a person's mood. For example, the smell of lime invigorates, sugar excites, and vanilla relaxes the mind. These may seem like very simple scents you are paying extra for, but in fact, they significantly contribute in making your pedicure a great one. Upon leaving the salon or spa with clean and pretty toes may seem like the only reward you get, but if you think about it, you are also leaving with a good mood and better health. Besides, having pretty toes is why you went to get the pedicure in the first place.