How To Exfoliate Your Feet
By Laura Lee - February 23, 2022

No matter how much you moisturize your feet and how much you go to bed with socks on, your feet so still need to be exfoliated. Now you may think that this is simply just more work for you. But it really doesn’t have to be. Remember that you don’t want to have hard rough heels. That simply won’t be cute. There are a few things you can do to avoid getting rough feet but having a good exfoliant can be a great help.

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Dead or hardened skin on your feet is a result of your feet trying to naturally exfoliate. When your feet don’t have the opportunity to do this naturally, the dead skins tend to build up and this is what you see. This can be caused by wearing close shoes too often, not wearing socks, and friction that occurs while walking or running. This will ultimately cause the skin to appear dry and cracked. That is why it is important to get ahead of the situation before it gets to an unmanageable position.

As life gets busy, you will notice that the heels of your feet may feel a bit rough. This is completely normal especially when you are living a busy life. With that said there are a few ways that you can prevent this from happening even with a busy schedule. A great way to prevent hard skin on your heels is by moisturizing it daily. This means applying foot cream to your feet every time you come out of the shower. There are a number of different ways that you can exfoliate your feet at home. This includes doing regular foot scrubs. Now with that, there are a variety of different foot scrubs available to you. You can try anything that is DIY or you can go with something that you can get at the store. As long as you do this regularly you will start to see results.