While heading off to the salon for a bi-weekly mani and pedi might be the most ideal option, it’s not always the most realistic or cost-efficient. To create a spa-worthy at-home manicure or pedicure, there are a few things to indulge in. From massaging foot spas to DIY gel manicure sets, it’s easy to create every day spa moments to treat yourself with for at home mani-pedis.
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MyFoot Set, Foot Peel Mask (link)
Say goodbye to dry cracked feet without heavy scrubbing and exfoliating. This foot mask is a one-size-fits-all sock that has moisturizing elements like Vitamin E, aloe vera, and aloe to leave you with baby soft feet. It causes hardened calloused feet to peel and exfoliate leaving smooth feet behind. This is an essential for at home mani-pedis.
HoMedics Bubble Mate Foot Spa (link)
Treat your feet to an at-home spa moment with massaging water jets in a soaking bath. The tub features raised nodes to gently soothe and treat overworked feet. Who needs the nail salon when you can bring the nail salon home with you?
Healifty Foot Exfoliator (link)
Work at stubborn calluses and rough feet with this foot exfoliator. The stone provides an easy grip to work and massage worn feet. It’s a staple to get feet ready for sandal season this summer.
Tea Tree Oil Foot Soak (link)
Pamper your worn-out feet with this unique and organic 7 oil blend foot soak. It combines Epsom salt, peppermint, sea salt, eucalyptus, rosemary, lavender, and tea tree oil to soften calluses, relieves tired arches, and fight irritations and fungus.
Beetles Gel Nail Polish Starter Kit (link)
Skip the expensive salon manicure — this DIY gel nail polish kit has everything you need for the perfect at home mani-pedis. It includes 6 gel colors, a base coat, UV lamp, nail file, buffer, brush, clippers, cuticle trimmers, and oil. Truly everything you need to treat yourself to a long-lasting manicure.
Makartt Gel Nail Polish Remover (link)
While gel manicure may be great for their long-lasting benefits, the removal can sometimes be a process. These easy soak-off clips provide just enough pressure to remove the polish without damaging the nail bed and are an eco-friendly alternative to cut up strips of tin foil.
Callus Eliminator (link)
Fun fact — last time I was at the salon I took note of what products they used and this was one of them. To really tackle hardened feet, leave this on for 3 minutes before using a pumice stone or foot file. It will easily break down calluses for the softest feet ever!
ProLinc Cuticle Eliminator (link)
Ever wonder what they use to easily remove your cuticles? This was another salon-secret I noted during my last manicure. This fast-acting formula will soften your cuticles and hangnails almost instantly for easy removal.
5 Piece Rose Gold Manicure Set (link)
Let’s not forget the basics for your at home mani-pedis. You’ll never regret having a mini manicure set ready to go in your emergency purse kit. This 5 piece set is as cute as it is handy including nail clippers, scissors, nail file, tweezers, and a cuticle pusher.
So when you can’t rush off to the salon to treat yourself to a manicure or pedicure, try some of these worthy substitutes instead. From salon-approved callus eliminators to foot peels, these products are necessary for spa-worthy at-home treatments.