Are Your Feet Ready For Sandal Season?

 

Its sandal season and dry, crusty skin on the bottom of your feet can be irritating and embarrassing. Walking in bare feet, or friction against the insoles of your shoes, both can contribute toward calluses and dry, crusty skin, but there’s no reason you have to live with it.  If you follow these 5 easy steps, you will have beautiful feet in no time at all.

 

  1. Fill a foot bath with 1 gallon warm water and stir in 1 scoop of Arbonne Aromassentials Unwind Bath Salts. Soak your feet in the foot bath for at least 10 minutes to soften the calluses.
  2. Remove your feet from the foot bath and pat them dry with a clean towel. Rub a dampened pumice stone over the calluses on the soles of your feet to wear away the thick skin. Calluses generally appear on the front pads of the soles and on the heels; sometimes they are even along the outside of the side of the sole. Use the pumice stone for three or four minutes on each area. Rinse the pumice stone to remove dead skin cells and allow it to air dry.
  3. Dampen your skin with warm water. Place about a dime-sized amount of Arbonne Aromassentials Awaken Sea Salt Scrub in your hands. Scrub the soles of your feet and the rest of your feet with the scrub to remove dead skin cells. Rinse your feet with warm water and pat them dry.
  4. Apply FC5 Skin Conditioning Oil to your front pads of the soles and on the heels while the skin is still moist. Put white cotton socks on your feet, this will warm the feet, allowing for better absorption into the skin, leading to much softer feet. Wear the socks overnight, if possible.
  5. Remove your cotton socks. Massage FC5 Cooling Foot Crème into the soles of your feet and the rest of your feet in the morning.
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