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WHAT TO EXPECT
InSpa offers spa-grade manicures and pedicures with a focus on cleanliness and sanitation, so you can relax knowing your nail treatments are safe and clean. Your safety and well-being are paramount to our success. All metal nail implements are sterilized in medical-grade autoclaves between guests with items such as nail files and buffers used only once and only for single-use.
At InSpa we only use free-standing pedicure tubs which are fully removed, soaked, and sanitized between each service. (Many spas and salons use pedicure tubs that are self-plumbed, meaning bacteria can remain in the pipes between services and may cause infection.)
At InSpa we take great pride in meeting, and exceeding, all Washington State sanitation requirements.
Frequently Asked Questions
What type of polish is offered?
We offer OPI Nail Polish for our classic services and CND Shellac for our gel services. We also now offer Nature Strong OPI Polish which is our new 9-free organic line of classic polish.
Are Acrylics, Dip and their removal services offered?
Acrylic and Dip Services are not offered at any of our spa locations, nor are we able to remove them.
How long does Shellac last?
CND Shellac can last up to 2 weeks. They may last up to 4 weeks with proper nail care such as lotion and cuticle oil.
What should I mention when booking an appointment?
Please let the front desk know if you want any additional add-on’s to your nail services as they require extra time. This includes gel removal, nail art, heel treatment or French Polish.
Can I book an appointment if I have nail fungus?
Washington State Cosmetology regulations do not permit us to work on guests with nail fungus (Onychomycosis), rashes, open sores or other parasitic infestations.
What is InSpa’s Sanitization process?
When it comes to nails, we want to make sure everything is properly sanitized for our guest’s safety. Metal implements are run through our medical grade autoclave sterilizer while all other tools are made for single use or are sanitized with EAP Disinfectants.