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The Top 5 Salons in Oxford That Nail It

Photo courtesy of Nail Bar and Co.

By Talbert Toole
Lifestyles Editor
talbert.toole@hottytoddy.com
A trip to the nail salon is usually provoked by the need for a new coat of polish or gel for your nails by getting a manicure or pedicure. In some cases…both.
However, there are actually health benefits besides the glitz and glam of having one’s nails done. From blood circulation to relaxation, manicures and pedicures offer more than what meets the eye for women and men, according to Skin Klinic and Day Spa out of Rockland, Maine.
The clinic, which was founded by Susan Kelly RN, is a group of professionals with backgrounds in nursing who know exactly what they are talking about in regards to health and beauty.
Increase blood circulation
While receiving a manicure or pedicure, nail technicians massage both hands and feet. The massage is not only a relaxation feature, but it can also improve blood circulation and mobility of the joints.
Improve the health of your nails
Keeping your nails healthy is more than just cutting and trimming if the nails and nail beds. Manicures and pedicures actually help prevent the development of fungi and other nasty infections from forming around underneath the nail bed. The treatment also cleans dead skin cells from your hands and feet allowing for new cell growth.
De-stress
Full body massages can get too pricey especially for college students. Nail treatments can provide a more cost-efficient way to destress from a long day of work, studying or from running those nagging errands. Stop biting those nails from stress and treat them to a relaxing spa day.
Keeps hands and feet smooth and soft
Whether you are a full time worker or student, you probably spend a decent amount on your feet and using your hands for everyday tasks. Manicures and pedicures are a great way to smooth out those rough hands and feet.
Here are HottyToddy.com’s top nail salons and spas in Oxford:
Epicure Day Spa—2154 South Lamar Blvd
Photo courtesy of Epicure Day Spa.

Nail Bar and Co.—107 North 13th Street
Photo courtesy of Kirsten Faulkner.

 
La Rousse Salon and Spa—1006 Jefferson Avenue
Photo courtesy of La Rousse.

The Nail Shop—505 Heritage Drive
Photo courtesy of Yelp.com.

Paris Nails—1906 University Ave.


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