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How to Get Soft Feet with an at Home Pedicure

By Edited Sep 7, 2015 0 1

Every month, people rush to salons and spas to get pedicures so that they can get the soft feet that they dream about. This can add up to a lot of money being spent over the course of the year. Wouldn't it be nice to be able to get soft feet and save money at the same time? You can by giving yourself an at home pedicure. An at home pedicure is easy to do and will result in soft feet and save you big money.

Things You Will Need

Tub

Warm Water

Foot Lotion

Pumice Stone

Towel

Step 1

File a small basin or tub with warm water. The tub should be deep enough to submerge both feet in. The water should be warm, but not too hot. The last thing that you want to do when trying to get soft feet with an at home pedicure is to burn your feet.

Step 2

Pour a half cup of Epsom slat and a couple of drops of peppermint extra into the warm water. These are two inexpensive but vital ingredients to help you to get soft feet. The peppermint also is great from aromatherapy as you soak your feet.

Step 3

Place both feet in the tub and allow them to soak for 30 minutes. You want to let the water have time to work its magic and all you to get soft feet. When you are done letting your feet soak, remove them from the water and towel dry.

Step 4

Remove dry skin and calluses from your feet while doing your at home pedicure. There are a couple ways that you can do this. The most common is with the use of a pumice stone. There are also foot scrubs as well as other items out in the market that will shave off the dead skin. Just make sure to go lightly so as only to remover the dead skin to reveal soft feet.

Step 5

Apply an intensive moisturizer to your feet. You will want to pay close attention to your heels when you are doing this to truly get soft feet. The heels are the most prone place of your feet to drying out. Go with a moisturizer that is formulated for the feet for the best results.

Step 6

Slip on clean white cotton socks or special spa moisturizing socks, that can be purchased a t most drug stores. This layer of material helps to keep the moisturizer on your feet and gives it more time to penetrate so that you will get soft feet with your at home pedicure. Array

Tips & Warnings

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Comments

Sep 10, 2009 12:01am
Anamika
I do not like strangers touching my feet. So I prefer to do pedicures at home only.
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