Unfortunately, feet are often forgotten when we try to look our best. With warmer weather approaching, it’s time to make sure you are paying the proper attention to your feet.

5. Remember To Moisturize

5 Tips For Beautiful Feet

Dry or cracked heels may need the help of a podiatrist or dermatologist. These doctors can prescribe stronger moisturizing creams. To prevent your heels from getting that bad, try these solutions:

  • Apply creams that contain petrolatum, an emollient or a humectant. These substances can either draw moisture into the skin or provide a barrier against the harsh outside elements and the rubbing of your shoe.
  • Medicated heel pads can help soften calluses while you walk. After the calluses have been exfoliated, use a heavy cream to help moisturize them.

4. Wear Sunscreen

5 Tips For Beautiful Feet

Don’t forget to wear sunscreen on the tops of your feet if they will be exposed. Use an SPF of at least 30.

3. Make It Smooth

5 Tips For Beautiful Feet

Keep a pumice stone or foot file near your shower or tub. Once your feet are damp, gently remove the thickened skin. Then use moisturizing foot scrubs to help remove any other dead skin. Then, apply a good foot cream or balm that contains shea butter or cocoa butter.

2. Fight Fungus

5 Tips For Beautiful Feet

There are a number of over-the-counter antifungal treatments: creams, lotions, liquids, spray powders, spray liquids, and lacquers.

  • For sweaty feet, try medicated powder or spray. Many of these contain aluminum chloride hexahydrate to keep your feet dry.
  • For dry feet, try an antifungal lotion or powder.

Make sure you dry your feet entirely before applying antifungal powder or lotion.

Healthy feet starts with basic hygiene.

  • Wash your feet frequently (including between the toes)
  • Dry all areas thoroughly
  • Wear fresh socks every day

1.Don’t Forget Your Toenails

5 Tips For Beautiful Feet

There are a number of over-the-counter antifungal treatments: creams, lotions, liquids, spray powders, spray liquids, and lacquers.

  • For sweaty feet, try medicated powder or spray. Many of these contain aluminum chloride hexahydrate to keep your feet dry.
  • For dry feet, try an antifungal lotion or powder.

Skill matters when it comes to toenails. Improper trimming can lead to hangnails and ingrown toenails. Cuticles should be pushed back rather than cut. The latter can lead to infection.

 

Nails become more brittle with age. Try to use nail products that do not include formaldehyde, toluene, and dibutyl phthalate as these dry the nails out. Also, use nail polish remover that does not have alcohol. Remember to moisturize your nails. Use a cuticle cream, petroleum jelly, or vitamin E oil. Apply it over the entire nail, including the cuticle, and gently rub in.

Look for nail clippers with a curved handle that has a cutting jaw shaped to follow the natural curve of nails.

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