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Hand and Foot Care Pedicure
Gel Manicure 

by Royal Nails

With my skills and expertise as a qualified Manicurist and Pedicurist, I have developed some core services over the years. If you’re looking for something more specific or specialized, please get in touch to discuss how I can help you.


Ladies' Pedicure /Gel Manicure 

Footlogix Pedicure



Footlogix Pedicure + toe gel polish

1 hour, 30 mins £50

Footlogix Pedicure

1 hour £40

Mini pedicure and Toenail gel polish £25

Additional Spray Paraffin treatment £10

Ladies' Pedicure /Gel Manicure 

Gel Polish Package

Gel Manicure

Gel nails polish

50 mins £15

Toe nail gel polish

40 mins £15

Gel polish nails & toe

1 hour, 15 mins £25

Spa manicure

30 mins £15

Polygel toe nails extensions

1 hour, 35 mins £25

Manicure+ mini Pedicure +Gel polish

1.5h £40

Gents Pedicures and Manicures

Pedicure for men
Manicure for men

Footlogix Pedicure for Men

Footlogix pedicure for men £40 - £50

Manicure for men £15

Pedicure and Manicure together £50



  • foot soak
  • foot scrub
  • callus removal
  • nail care, cuticle and file work
  • feet and lover leg massage massage


Luxurious 24k Gold Pedicure

24K Pedicure


-Sparkling wine foot soak

-Foot scrub

-Foot callus removal

-nail care, cuticle and file work

-24k Gold sheet moisturizing treatment

-24K Gold Hyaluronic Acid Vitamin C Serum ~gel polish

~24k gold and caviar feet massage

Enjoy a chilled glass of sparkling and chocolate while receiving our Luxurious 24k Gold Pedicure.

Diabetes pedicure

Diabetes Pedicure

Special pedicure for diabetics
Diabetes significantly affects the skin of the feet and lower legs, so regular pedicures are necessary.
Foot care is essential for people with diabetes, but unfortunately, people with diabetes should not go to any salon and ask for a pedicure.
Why? Because diabetics suffer from a number of complex conditions that make their feet more susceptible to injury and infection.
Impaired circulation and nerve damage problems are the biggest culprits. Without adequate blood flow, the skin on diabetic feet is typically dry, brittle, prone to infection, and slow to heal - increasing the risk of ulcers and infections. This risk increases because chronically high blood sugar levels can also cause nerve damage, and many people with diabetes develop a condition called diabetic neuropathy. Diabetics regularly (and should!) get pedicures to keep their feet healthy and prevent future skin problems

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