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Dr. Pedicure is Like Getting a Spa In a Box, Great For Stockings

*This post contains affiliate links and I will be compensated if you make a purchase after clicking on my links.

I love to get pedicures but I don’t love the price of going to the salon or spa to get them done.  So I was excited to find Dr. Pedicure from Grace & Stella Co..  Dr. Pedicure is like getting a spa in a box.  There are 17 ingredients in the mask that helps to increase energy and relieve fatigue.  Moisturizes and smooths the skin.  I tried one and I loved it, my feet were so soft and smooth, with winter coming up it’s a great way to keep your feet moisturized.


Dr. Pedicure is very easy to use

How to use:

  1. Cleanse your feet and place feet inside the foot masks booties
  2. Secure the booties around each ankle using the enclosed adhesive tape (we recommend placing a pair of socks over the plastic booties and remain seated)
  3. Keep the booties on for one hour (Note: We recommend soaking your feet prior to the treatment)
  4. After 1 hour, remove booties and wash your feet with soap
  5. Dead skin cells will begin to peel from 5-7 days after. For best results, DO NOT moisturize your feet during this peeling process


Dr. Pedicure makes great gifts.  They are great for stocking stuffers.  They fit in a stocking well and it’s really a great gift for mom or any friends or family who love to have soft beautiful feet.

You can find Dr. Pedicure on theGrace & Stella Co Website!

Connect with them on Facebook, Pinterest, YouTube, and Instagram as well.

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