Hand care

Hand Care

Unlike other parts of the body, such as the face, age is often more evident on the hands as they age very quickly if not well maintained.


Our hands are one of the first features that are noticed when we meet new people. A regular manicure will keep your nails tidy and hands clean. A manicure is not only about how lovely your hands and nails will look but also the prevention of chipping and cracking. The cuticles can be cared for with creams and oils that will keep them soft and healthy.


A basic beauty treatment that nurtures the nail bed as well as the cuticles around.

Spa Manicure

Manicure care treatment that is extended to the skin of the hand bringing it to deep hydration and regeneration. It noticeably softens the skin and gives it a unique smoothness.

Gel Polish Manicure (also known as Shellac)

This nail varnish is hardened with UV light. It is very popular in the cosmetics market due to its neat finish. The strength of the polish eliminates the problem of chipping paint on the nails. It also ensures a smooth and flawless effect, lasting for 2-3 weeks.

Gel Polish Manicure with powder

This is an innovation in the market. Such a manicure is a hybrid between the gel and acrylic manicure. This treatment is perfect for those who do not like gel or acrylic nails, or if shellac doesn’t last long enough for them. The nails look natural because they retain their original thickness. In this treatment, the base that we apply underneath the hybrid gel is strengthened with Magic Powder. This will ensure a smooth and flawless effect, lasting for 2-4 weeks

Japanese Manicure (also known as P.Shine)

P.Shine is a method that strengthens and rejuvenates your natural nails giving them a glossy, pink and pearly look. This unique manicure gives the nails sparkle and is packed with natural ingredients (including vitamins A and E), keratin, bee pollen and silica from the Sea of Japan. P.Shine is a method suitable for brittle and splitting nails. Many people have trouble keeping their nails healthy. The Japanese manicure treatment gives the nails a healthy boost without the use of any nail polish, therefore it’s suitable for everyone, especially those who prefer a less noticeable effect.

IBX system

A toughening agent that fuses the top layers of the nail, this improves the nail plate integrity under any Gel Polish Coating.
IBX system toughens and helps natural nails grow sturdy, as well as strengthening the nail plate under enhancements – Gel Coating.

Paraffin wax on hands

The use of paraffin in cosmetic treatments achieves an overall improvement in skin texture and appearance. Primarily in winter, it is very beneficial as the skin has struggled with maintaining adequate hydration when exposed to the colder weather.


A paraffin hand spa uses heated paraffin wax to soothe muscles and smoothen the skin. These warm wax soaks can relieve dryness from repeated hand washing or washing clothes and dishes by hand. Afterwards, the skin is visibly healthier and softer. Skin conditions like psoriasis, eczema and patches of itchy and dry skin can see hydrating and soothing benefits after this treatment.

The treatment usually takes about 30 minutes and the newly hydrated skin is revealed as the wax is peeled away. The colour of the skin can also improve to a healthier, more youthful tone.

Hard Gel Nail Treatment

This is a gel mixture that is applied either on top of an artificial nail extension or directly onto the natural nail bed to strengthen the nail and promote natural growth.

The gel is sealed with a UV light and the finished result is hard but still flexible with a natural-looking, glossy finish which is both instantly dry and chip resistant.

Whilst gel can be applied on top of an artificial extension to add length, they are particularly good for individuals who have very short, weak or bitten nails because they allow the nail to strengthen and grow below the layer of gel.


Popular features of gel nails

  • The gel does not cause damage to the natural nail and can be used to strengthen, protect and promote growth in the natural nail.
  • The gel is odourless unlike some acrylic or liquid powder nail systems. The gel is also more flexible.
  • The gel is odourless unlike some acrylic or liquid powder nail systems. The gel is also more flexible.

Gel nails removal

Gel nails should always be removed by a nail technician (preferably the one who applied your gels in the first place), and under no circumstances should you attempt to remove your gels at home. There are a variety of gel systems in use today, some of which need to be buffed off and others that must be soaked off. As a client, you can’t be sure which gel removal system is appropriate for your nails and which will leave them in good condition – consequently, this step should be left to a professional.

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