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How to Exfoliate Feet Step By Step
Ideally, you should set aside some time initially to do a proper, thorough exfoliating treatment. The following steps will have you well on your way to the softest feet you've ever felt!
Fill a small foot spa tub or basin with warm (not hot) water. For every six cups of water added to the basin, add one cup of milk (a natural exfoliating and nourishing additive). Soak your feet for at least 20 minutes, allowing the milk's lactic acid to soften the skin.
Pat your feet dry gently with a soft towel.
Follow up with a scrub formulated specially for the feet. These scrubs contain granulated ingredients, such as Dead Sea salt, sugar or crushed nut powders, which work to gently loosen and remove dead skin. Massage it into the skin in a circular motion, paying special attention to the extra-rough spots on the heels and big toes.
After rinsing, apply a rich foot cream (if done before sleeping) or a non-greasy lotion (if done at any time of the day) and pull on a pair of socks to seal the moisture in.
Of course, if you usually find yourself in a bit of a rush, this method won't do you much good. Instead, store a pumice stone or diamond file (a course foot file embedded with genuine diamonds) in the bathroom and gently scrub the roughest areas of your feet prior to showering.
It is important to note that diamond files should not be used while in the shower; they work best on hard skin. Do not scrub vigorously! A soft touch is all that's needed to notice nearly instantaneous results.
In order to make the most of your foot care routine, apply an exfoliating foot cream nightly to ensure continuously supple, hydrated skin. Ingredients such as tea tree oil invigorate while rich moisturizers, like shea butter, ensure feet stay soft year round. The following are effective parts of any strong regimen:
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