So last Friday I was supposed to get a happy hour pedicure with a good friend of mine. She works in downtown Denver and asked if "Four Seasons" would be OK.
I assumed she meant The Four Seasons Hotel and Spa. My friend has excellent taste and I just assumed it was the right place. I showed up at 6:00 pm for my appointment thinking I'd be meeting her in the spa area since she was going to get a manicure first.
The lovely staff at The Four Seasons Spa showed me right back and set me up at a pedicure station. I look around and asked if a gal with blond curly hair was here as well, thinking that she maybe went to get a drink or to the ladies room. They said no, I was the only one coming in at that time. Hmmmmm....
After 5 more minutes and a few text messages later we figure out that there is another place called "Four Seasons Nails" that's only a few blocks from my house but that completely slipped my mind. I guess it just goes to show how great the customer service is at The Four Seasons since they didn't even blink when I showed up without an appointment. They didn't question me, just fit me right in.
At this point I was already soaking my feet and it would have taken me 20 minutes to get to where my friend was so we laughed and rescheduled. I decided to just enjoy the pedicure and go with it. I usually opt for a less expensive pedicure place but I really enjoyed my Four Seasons experience. The massage was short but the other perks and the atmosphere were lovely. They used a few products from a brand called Footlogix Pediceuticals.
The pedicurist raved about them and I couldn't believe how well the callus remover spray worked when she was buffing my heels. I think it was this product. She also used a massage mouse for the foot rub and it was amazingly smooth and moisturizing. I think it was this product because I remember that the label was red and the product was a mouse.
I think it's very innovative that quite a few products in the line are targeted for specific issues and they have options for for sweaty feet or cold feet. A lot of their moisturizing formulas contain urea which is great for really dry or cracked heels.
All in all it was a lovely spa experience. I doubt I'd make The Four Seasons my regular spot because of the price but I'd take my mom or a good friend there for a special occasion. It's is definitely top-notch when it comes to customer service!
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