How To Care For Your Feet

Your feet carry you around all day long. In fact, they need to support up to twice your bodyweight while walking every day, so it's important to create a good foot care routine. 75% of women develop a foot problem at some point in their life, and foot pain can radiate into back or joint pain. Invest in the feet treatment you deserve and you'll feel the difference. During the summer months, chances are you'll want to show off your newest sandals. But how do your feet look? Make sure your feet are well-cared for, or exposure to the summer sun might damage them further. Follow these simple daily tips for perfect feet.

Our Foot Care Routine For Beautiful Feet

3 Steps For Perfect Feet

SCRUB AT LEAST TWICE A WEEK
Apply to dry feet before having a bath or a shower. Scrub gently with your hands for a few minutes, then rinse off. You can either use a body scrub, such as our Ultra Rich Body Scrub, or a special foot scrub.

MOISTURISE DAILY
Podiatrists say the biggest problem with most feet is that they aren't hydrated enough. Use an intensive moisturiser, such as our Shea Butter Foot Cream, after bathing. Massage it in thoroughly, using your thumbs to massage the arch in a circular motion, and gently massage the top of your feet. Spend a few minutes on each foot.

TAKE CARE OF YOUR NAILS
Always keep your toenails trimmed and cut straight across. Cutting them after bathing is recommended, as they are softer. Apply our Shea Nail & Cuticle Nourishing Oil to your toenails and cuticles for strength and softness. For further tips on nail care, check out our more detailed nail care routine.

Your Best Cream for Dry Feet

With it’s creamy texture, our Shea Butter Foot Cream moisturises and helps relieve tired feet, keeping them soft for longer. The is the best cream for dry feet as it contains antiseptic A.O.C. lavender essential oil to purify the skin, and anti-inflammatory arnica extract to help reduce redness and irritation.

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The Best Treatment For Cracked Heels

Cracked heels are the result of extremely dry feet, and can easily be avoided by following this simple foot care routine:

1. Before caring for your feet, make sure they are warm and moistened: soak them in a warm foot bath for 5 to 15 minutes. You can use bath salts for added relief.

2. Wet a pumice stone in warm soapy water, rub it gently on the dried areas of the feet.

3. Pat your feet dry. Don't rub them, as the freshly pumiced skin can be sensitive.

4. Apply a rich moisturising cream or balm on your feet. Massage it in to help release the tensions of the day and kick-start your beauty sleep.

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