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Pampering Program For Beautiful Feet-winter care

Tip 1 Keep Your Feet Clean

Healthy feet are clean feet, so you should wash them daily. Clean them thoroughly with products like donkey milk soap. But don’t stay in the bathroom too long and dry your feet thoroughly. On the feet and especially between the toes, moist skin can promote athlete’s foot or warts.

Tip 2 Keep Your Feet Hydrated

Your feet are more likely to get dry skin than other parts of your body because of their thicker skin and lower number of oil glands than, say, your face. It is crucial to maintain their hydration levels daily as a result. Select ingredients such as sweet almond oil or argan oil that are hydrating and nourishing. Plant-based butters, like shea butter, can be beneficial if your feet are extremely rough. Your feet can remain silky soft and peel-free with the help of specialized foot scrapers.

Tip 3 Treat Your Feet To A Scrub

While your feet are still damp, exfoliate them, being especially careful around rough spots like your heels. Dead skin cells are removed during a peel, which inhibits the growth of bacteria. They also mask offensive foot odor.

Tip 4 Massage

Foot massages are one of life’s utmost pleasures, so keep your feet in good shape by massaging them daily. The ideal moment is when you apply a foot cream. The blood circulation is stimulated and your feet are wonderfully relaxed afterwards. Massage the cream in circular movements from toes to heels. For a particularly stimulating effect, apply pressure with your thumbs during the massage.

Tip 5 Use A Foot Mask

Our feet long for loving care just like our hands or our face! So use a repairing foot mask once a week to deeply hydrate the skin. In this way, nourishing ingredients can also penetrate deeper into the skin and give your feets a supple feeling.

Tip 6 Move Your Feet

By moving your feets, you can improve your overall posture. To do this, place your toes on a tennis ball. Bring your other foot to the same height. Keep your heel on the ground. Spread your toes and then tuck them in. Repeat this 10-20 times.

Tip 7 Wear The Right Shoes

Put your high heels back in the shoe closet and pull out warm socks and comfortable shoes. Wear thick, absorbent socks in winter – natural cotton is a good choice here.

Tip 8th Keep Warm

Our feets need to be comfortable in winter, so treat them to a warming foot cream or use essential oils to stimulate circulation.

Remove Calluses

Exfoliating eliminates dead skin cells and makes your feets much softer, but the stubborn calluses remain. Why? Standing for a long time or shoes that are too tight are the causes of calluses on the feets – this is not only uncomfortable, but also doesn’t look nice. Attention: planes and scissors are taboo in foot care! Gently rub heel roughness and calluses with a pumice stone or fine callus file to soften them.

Moisture Kick

After the hard skin has been detached, the feets should be washed and then creamed with a thick special oily foot cream. For ice feets: special essential oils from clove, cinnamon leaf and ginger stimulate the blood circulation. Tip: Cover your feets with a towel after applying lotion. Then massage in the rest.

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