3 SIMPLE STEPS TO GET SMOOTH, SOFT FEET READY FOR SANDALS AND FLIP FLOPS

There is nothing more terrifying than throwing on your favorite pair of sandals and heading out the door on a warm summer day, only to look down and realize that your feet are still screaming winter. After being covered up in boots and multiple layers of socks all winter long, they may need some extra care and attention before heading out in public again. Don’t worry, achieving smooth, soft feet isn’t as impossible as it may seem—it can be done in these three simple steps, below.

EXFOLIATE

By now, we all know that exfoliating can help remove dead skin cells on the skin’s surface, which in turn can lead to smoother, softer skin. But, perhaps some of us are guilty of neglecting the one area that can experience both a buildup of dead skin cells and calluses. Calluses are hard, thickened areas of skin that form as a result of friction or pressure on the skin and they may cause your feet to feel more like sandpaper than soft, smooth skin. A little bit of a callus can be good on areas that experience friction or pressure often, like the feet because they protect the skin underneath, but in order to achieve smoother feet overall, you may want to remove the top layer of dead skin with a pumice stone or a body scrub like, SheaMoisture African Black Soap Charcoal Body Scrub. This scrub leaves skin cleansed, purified, and smooth., while the organic Raw Shea Butter helps moisturize and soothe.


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SOAK

After you’ve exfoliated, give your feet a good soak in warm water to help soften the skin. We recommend adding a little bit of coconut oil to the water. It can give your skin some extra hydration and nourishment while it soaks. Once you’re finished soaking, you may notice that the calluses on your feet have softened up even more. You can run a pumice stone on the heals of your feet for extra smoothing before grabbing the moisturizer.


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MOISTURIZE

After you’ve soaked, apply a thick moisturizer like, Kerasal Exfoliating Moisturizer Foot Therapy. Recommended by podiatrists this heavy moisturizer can work to renew dehydrated skin and can provide extra moisture to rough heels. We recommend using this product in the evening and throwing on a pair of socks after you’ve applied it—which can allow your feet to soak up its moisture overnight.

Now, who’s ready to go shoe shopping?


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