DO IT YOURSELF PEDICURE AT HOME
With foot soak, foot lotion and foot scrub
Prepare Your Nails
Using a nail paint remover, remove the old nail polish with a cotton ball/pad. Then, clip your nails using a nail cutter, but make sure you cut across straight. Don’t cut corners too deep, or you will end up with painful ingrown nails.
Soak Your Feet
This is probably the most relaxing bit of the pedicure. Soaking your feet with Foot soak lotion in warm, water is a great way to relax and unwind after a stressful day.
This is what you need to do
Fill up with some warm water in a bowl to cover your ankles. Add foot soak lotion Add half a cup of Epsom salt to the water. This will soften and soothe inflammations, reduce any kind of pain, and reduce roughness. It also acts as an exfoliator.
Use your feet lotion
Once your feet are dry, massage a little foot lotion cream on the base of your toenails. While the cream softens the dead skin, scrub your skin using a pumice stone. You can also use a foot file instead of a pumice stone. This will remove the rough, dry, and dead skin. If you do not remove this from time to time, the skin will harden, causing cracks and infection. Be firm, yet gentle – you want to remove all the skin, but you don’t want to hurt yourself. Quickly wipe your feet with a towel.
Scrub your feet
Now, use a scrub to exfoliate your feet. Use a foot scrub, Scrub your heels, soles, and don’t forget the areas between your toes, and the sides of your feet. Scrub your ankles too.
Moisturize Your Feet
Your feet are now fresh and clean, but you need to moisturize them for that ultimate feeling of rejuvenation. Any heavy moisturizer should do. You can massage your feet, ankles, and calf muscles for about 10 minutes. Once you are happy, you can apply a fresh coat of nail polish on your feet.
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