The Health Benefits of a Manicure and Pedicure

manicure and pedicure

A Manicure and Pedicure is more than just a great way to style your nails! These beauty treatments also boast profound health benefits that extend well beyond the surface. From improving circulation to preventing infections, here are just a few of the many reasons for why a manicure and pedicure and a visit to the spa should be an integral part of any beauty and hygiene routine.

Improved Circulation

During manicures and pedicures, the hands and feet receive an exfoliating massage. Aside from improving the texture and appearance of the skin as it removes dead skin cells and other impurities, the massage also improves blood circulation and joint mobility. After all, you’ll want to move those fingers and toes freely as you show off your beautiful new nails!

Healthier, Stronger Nails

Much like other parts of our bodies, our nails are susceptible to fungal and other forms of infection. Regular manicures and pedicures greatly reduce the chances of developing such infections. Additionally, the deep cleaning also encourages new cell growth as dead skin cells are removed, resulting in healthier and stronger nails.

Reduce Stress with a Manicure and Pedicure

We all love body massages. But did you that a manicure and pedicure is an excellent mini-massages in their own right? These massages can be remarkably relaxing and very effective in reducing stress levels. So kick back and let your worries melt away as we revitalize your hands, feet and spirit.


As you can see, there’s more to a manicure and pedicure than great looking hands and feet. These timeless beauty treatments are also a great way of improving your overall health.


So don’t hesitate. Reap all of their rewards by booking your next manicure or pedicure with one of TCR Spa’s seasoned professionals today!


Our manicurist Ari-Paula Thomas is available at TCR Wednesday through Sunday.


Brought to you by TCR Spa


Fill out the form and an associate will be in touch with you shortly.

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.