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Scrub-A-Dub Love Passion Pleasure Pedicure

Ultra Sexy Spa Treatments For Couples And Intimacy Building
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Pedicures aren’t only for women, as both sexes can benefit from a little sole and toe TLC. To start, fill a foot bath or basin with warm water, a few drops of essential oil and maybe a few flower petals. Gently place your partner’s feet in the water and allow them to soak for a few minutes while you gather the rest of your materials: massage oil, a pumice stone, a nail file and fresh towels. Add nail polish and possibly nail polish remover and cotton balls to your collection if you’re playing pedicurist to a woman.


Take one foot at a time from the basin and gently exfoliate your partner’s skin with the pumice stone, using light circular motions to buff the skin smooth. Dry each foot (again, one at a time) with a towel and use the nail file to shape each of the toenails. Follow up by massaging one foot at a time with the oil, being sure to pay special attention to the heels and balls of the feet. Take your time with this step and really spoil your partner. After all, foot massages have been proven to create ultra relaxation and can even help improve your sex life.

QUIZ: Do You Have A Foot Fetish?

Allow your partner’s feet to soak a few minutes more while you run a fresh towel under hot (but not scalding) water. Wring it out and then use it to gently warm your partner’s feet as you pull them out of the foot bath.

If you’re playing pedicurist to a female, you can finish out your passionate pedicure by seating her in a comfortable chair and gently polishing each of her toenails in a sexy color (be sure to first remove any old nail polish before you begin). Just don’t blame us if the two of you can’t wait for the polish to dry before stepping your pedicure up to something even more pleasure-inducing…

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Kambra Clifford

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