5 Sole-Spoiling Treatments

BY Germaine Benson | September 15, 2016 | Feature Features

Basic pedicures, be gone! These five indulgent treatments give tired feet the pampering they deserve.
The Decadent Pedicure at The Spa at The Mandarin Oriental is true to its name.

1. Fresh Squeeze
From the warm shoulder wrap that’s placed upon the guest to the heated stone foot massage that’s part of the experience, the Moroccan Orange Peel Pedicure ($85) at The Biltmore Spa is all that and more. The treatment also includes an orange peel scrub, an intensive honey repair treatment to soften skin, a deeply conditioning paraffin soak and a polish application. 1200 Anastasia Ave., Coral Gables, 855.969.3221

2. Gold Bond
Gold doesn’t just sparkle; it’s also been proven to work wonders on the skin and that’s exactly why the 24-Karat Foot Treatment ($155) at Rem├Ęde Spa at The St. Regis Bal Harbour Resort has us so intrigued. Feet will literally shine after being exfoliated with a golden sugar scrub and massaged with essential ylang-ylang oil that’s been enriched with gold particles. A-list bliss, indeed. 9703 Collins Ave., Bal Harbour, 305.993.0600

3. Feet First
Swollen feet and ankles will yearn for the Decadent Pedicure ($95) at The Spa at The Mandarin Oriental. The deluxe treatment, which lasts a little over an hour, starts off with a thorough exfoliation followed by a hydrating foot mask and concludes with a relaxing massage—which, let’s be honest, is our favorite part! 500 Brickell Key Drive, Miami, 305.913.8332

4. Pray For It
Before the actual Worshipped Feet pedicure ($70) at The Standard Spa even begins, feet are immersed in a tub filled with warm coconut milk, floral essences and polished basalt river stones. After that, a so-called foot mistress exfoliates the skin with a tropical sugar scrub, applies a sea mineral mask and then finishes off with a deep hydrating hot-stone massage. 40 Island Ave., Miami Beach, 305.673.1717

5. To Your Health
The Mojito Mint pedicure ($100) at The Wellness Garden & Spa at The Betsy South Beach draws inspiration from an island 330 miles away from our shores. Tired feet get treated with all of the ingredients that make up the famous Cuban cocktail. That means a mint leaf soak, a sugarcane exfoliation and a lime oil application massaged onto the skin. The tropical indulgence ends with a festive nail polish (if so desired). 1440 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach, 305.531.6100

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