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    Default Any beauty therapists around? Pedicure Q.

    Mum got a gift voucher for Christmas for a massage, facial and pedicure. She's a bit embarrassed because her toenails are deformed and discoloured due to fungal nail infections, that she is treating. Could she still get a pedicure? As I said, she's very embarrassed

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    I'm not a therapist, but if she doesn't want a pedi, the salon would most likely swap it for a similar prices treatment. I know mine did when I got a voucher for a facial. Asked if I could do a message instead and just had to pay the extra.

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    Default Any beauty therapists around? Pedicure Q.

    They probably wouldn't allow the pedi due to how easily it can spread but as a pp said I'm sure that they would be happy to swap for something else. I would just explain to the salon when booking that she has toe fungal that she is treating and ask if it would be possible to swap it for something else.
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    Has she currently got fungal nail or are her toenails just damaged from previous fungal nail that's been treated?

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    Thanks ladies I think the infection is still current. She is going to see a podiatrist in the near future so they will be able to let her know if it's still current.


 

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