Pedicure in Lakeville


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  • Heidi Nails
    Extracting odors and stains from clothing for 62 years, Martinizing Dry Cleaners serves 19 locations around the Twin Cities. Free men's dress shirts of stains, creases, and nametag residue ($2.89), or slide legs comfortably into the spotless surfaces of men's and women's slacks ($7.19). Blouses ($7.19) can frolic in the fresh air and warm sunshine of summer after spending quality time with sanitary solvents, and men's and women's suits ($12.59) can seek out water-free cleansing after food fights with hostile raiding parties from HR. Cleaning tips give customers insight into the mysterious and mostly nonmagical world of stain abolition.
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    17639 Glasgow Ave
    Lakeville, MN US
  • VIP Nails
    At VIP Nails, a team of nail technicians, massage therapists, and aestheticians work together to bring about body-wide rejuvenation and relaxation. Whole-body treatments include hot-stone massages and herbal wraps, and manicures and pedicures pamper appendages with moisturizing paraffin, cuticle care, and aromatherapy footbaths.
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    20180 Heritage Dr.
    Lakeville, MN US
  • Revive Salon and Spa
    Gretchen Johnson?s cache of Glo Therapeutics skin care products helps her clear away dirt, acne, and excess oil from faces. The aesthetician spends her days solving all sorts of skin issues with custom facials at The Water Lilly. Her customized chemical peels?glycolic, lactic, or jessner?aid in the reduction of sun damage and wrinkles, combat acne and scars, and stimulate collagen production to smooth the skin's texture and complexion. In addition to the natural skincare line, she uses microcurrent treatments and a microdermabrasion wand to smooth fine lines and extract dirt and loose change from deep within pores.
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    15322 Galaxie Ave, Ste 120
    Apple Valley, MN US
  • Turbo Nail
    Turbo Nail's technicians tend the cuticles of men, women, and children. They offer a full suite of nail-related services, from trimming and shaping to polishing and dipping hands in skin-softening paraffin wax. They also have a few specialties up their sleeves. The milk and honey pedicure, for instance, treats dry skin with a combination of literal milk and honey, along with a bit of sea salt as an exfoliant.
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    3344 Promenade Avenue
    Saint Paul, MN US
  • Pamper Nails
    Technicians at Pamper Nails trim and shape nails with sparkling sets of tools. Behind the wrought-iron room divider, brown leather pedicure chairs keep patrons comfortable while technicians smooth heels and lightly massage feet with lotion. The technicians also apply acrylic and gel nails to lengthen short nails or draw attention away from tentacles. While their nails dry, customers may flip through the channels on the flat-screen TV or browse magazines on the coffee table.
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    3390 Coachman Rd.
    Eagan, MN US
  • Lydia Nails
    What services does your business offer and what makes your business stand out from the competition? Clean, spacious, friendly, and good services. What was the inspiration to start or run this business? Being with various customers to make their nails beautiful. What do you love most about your job? Turning ugly hands and feet into beautiful ones.
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    1629 Lena Court
    Eagan, MN US