HEAD TO TOE
words I suffer from a condition called “dancer’s feet”, where I obtain a new blister, cut or graze during every rehearsal. Combine this with bad footwear choices and I’ve got unattractive feet.
So, I decided to book a 45-minute pedicure at Endota Spa to get them ready for open-toe shoes.
I was treated to a warm bubbly foot soak before being propped into pure comfort. Therapist Laura removed my old nail polish and began scraping and filing the dead skin away. She then focused on my toenails, pushing back cuticles and filing, followed by a foot massage with sweet-smelling oils. The foot massage was AMAZING and my favourite part of the treatment. So much so, I had to stop myself from drifting off to sleep. Laura painted two solid coats of light pink before spritzing some mystery spray (I had an eye mask on and was lying down) that gave the polish a nice shine.
With a tea included, I truly felt pampered. During my treatment, Laura asked if there was anything I would like to change about my skin. I said I’d like for it to be clearer so I would feel more confident without make-up. She then shared with me some of Endota’s newest products, which I purchased so I could sample it for myself.
45-minute pedicure including foot soak and massage, cuticle care, filing and nail polish $75
Endota Spa, 253 Rundle St Adelaide, 8359 3304