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Monthly Archives: June 2014

  • Tips for protecting feet from summer dryness

    Tips for protecting feet from summer dryness

    In summer, women tend to go barefoot when wearing pumps and sandals. As airy and comfortable as this can be, because of this habit they often experience “keretined” (dry heels) foot. And as we’re sure you aware, this condition can be a somewhat embarrassing look. So we’d like to share with you some steps that can be easily taken to prevent this level of dryness on your feet.

    Step one: As soon as you get home from a day out in the sun, wash your feet. Then apply foot cream, and try to wear cotton socks until you turn in for bed. This will significantly protect your feet from drying out. There are many different types of foot cream to choose from, so feel free to experiment until you find the product that works best for you.

    Step two:Try to wear no-show socks even when you do wear pumps or high heels. *Even when you do, don’t forget to put foot cream on. And if you choose to wear sandals, bring along packaged wet tissue and foot cream, and wipe down your foot and apply the cream every few hours.

    Step three: If you have severely rough, dried heels, soak your foot in warm water for about 10 or 15 minutes, then use a foot scrubber. We don’t recommend that you save your heels, as it’s possible to get a bacterial infection by doing so. And while you’re doing this process, be sure to give your feet a massage for a few minutes here and there – you’ll find that it will help bolster the overall health of your feet.

    If you remember to do all of the above every day during the summer heat, you’ll enjoy this season in the sun so much more. So step softly, and be comfortable!

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