Dry pedicures have many benefits. If you have skin or nail conditions that cannot be soaked for medical reasons, it’s a great alternative. Additionally, if you have conditions that effect your risk for bleeding or infection, chances of both are lowered if you don’t pre-soften the skin. Dry skin and rough callouses can often be improved by a dry sanding and buffing as opposed to expanding the layers in water. Dry skin also absorbs lotions and oils better, meaning more of the products can soak into the skin where they do the most good. Also, it can be faster, which we all need sometimes. Try one and find out why so many people are switching to dry pedicures.