Treat your feet: Get back on good footing with restorative remedies

If this year has required a lot of leg work, it’s likely time to shower those tootsies with some tender loving care. Here’s where to find pampering expertise.

Jennisse Nail Salon at Red Rock Resort and Green Valley Ranch Resort: Offers a Luxury Pedicure that’s nirvana for feet. “We begin with a warm soak and exfoliation followed by a skin-smoothing scrub to reveal your softest skin. It’s finished with a soothing, warm moisturizer and relaxing massage,” said Jenn Boyd of Jennisse Nail Salon. To help rehydrate parched skin, the salon uses a paraffin-like treatment and products with ingredients extracted from Fiji island fruit. 80 minutes, $85.

Aquatic Pedicure at Salon Bellagio: The ritual begins with cleansing milk that removes toxins, purifies and balances dehydrated feet. Next gentle exfoliation smooths rough spots and high-powered booster serums and innovative complexes replenish dry skin. 50 minutes, $95.

Fijian Coconut Pedicure at Spa Mandalay: This luxurious pedicure begins with a warm soak in Fijian coconut milk. Then feet are exfoliated with cane sugar and exotic drift nut oils, followed by a hydration mask wrapped in warm, steamed towels. A refreshing lower leg and foot massage with body butter ends the experience. 50 minutes, $110-$120.

Four Seasons Signature at The Spa at the Four Seasons Hotel: Evoking the islands, this pedicure begins with an antioxidant-rich tropical sugar scrub and restorative warm mask. Enhanced exfoliation transforms the skin for a soft, smooth finish. 75 minutes, $110-$120. q

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