Season for wearing sandals in the summer compels us to look more closely at our feet. Here’s how to take care and repair damage caused by months of neglect.
Moisturize Your Feet Daily
Supporting the weight of the body, the feet remain imprisoned in our shoes, especially during the winter. During the holidays, they are also undermined with seawater, sand, walking barefoot, etc… To cope with various aggressions, the skin thickens and feet as corns or calluses.
The Skin Of The Arch Remains Dry Because It Lacks Oil Glands
It appears important to moisturize daily to prevent roughness and cracking. Leaving your shower, wipe your feet and apply a nourishing cream or milk to massage. You can get your body lotion if you do not have special creams for the feet.
Make a Scrub Every Week And Care Full Every Month
Friction between the skin of the feet and footwear generate dead cells that form roughness. Thus, regular exfoliation is necessary to remove the dead skin. For this you can use a pumice stone in the heel cream or body scrub At home or in a salon, treat yourself to a pedicure complete. Start by soaking your feet for fifteen minutes in a bowl of warm water.
You can add a sparkling special roller to soften the skin of your feet. Then do the scrub with pumice. Then massage to the calf to activate blood circulation. Finally, clean your nails and rub your feet with a moisturizer.
Embellish Your Feet
You now have feet well cared for. Allow yourself a few fantasies in order to embellish. Cut your nails short and square. You can file to round the corners slightly. If you want to coat your nail varnish, polish the first over the latter. It is better to use a separator toe for ease.
Apply a base coat, then a glaze of your choice and finally a protective layer.
You can add a bit of exoticism to your style by dressing your toes a ring.
This new trend comes from India. Traditionally reserved for married women in this country, wearing a toe ring has no special meaning in the West. These jewels can be broken gold, silver or colored plastic.