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I treat the concept of sandal-ready feet the same as bikini-ready body in a sense that every body in a bikini is bikini-ready, as are all feet in sandals. Seriously, just because some people get irrationally offended about others’ appearance doesn’t mean they get to dictate what anyone is or is not ready to wear. However, today I want to touch on a similar subject. Are you confident enough to bare your feet this spring?
I don’t know about you, but I often tend to neglect my feet during the winter months. After all, nobody will get to see them because they’re always wrapped in comfy socks, so why bother? I know some consider this a loser’s attitude, but honestly I couldn’t care less. Come spring, though, all of my insecurities resurface as the weather gets warm enough to wear open sandals again. This year I am entrusting my soles to Amopé™ Pedi Perfect Wet & Dry Rechargeable Foot File that will prepare them for lots of open-toed and barefoot fun ahead.
If you are also looking to rejuvenate your feet after their winter slumber, these three easy tips will set you on the right track from day one.
STEP #1 – EXFOLIATE:
It’s time to introduce regular exfoliating schedule into your beauty routine. Set aside at least five minutes up to three times a week and treat your feet with a scrub, a pumice stone, or a special tool like Amopé™ Pedi Perfect Wet & Dry Rechargeable Foot File which was designed to work wet and dry. Most of the time I use it in the shower while I wait for my hair conditioner to soak in, which is really convenient because then I can quickly wash off those dead skin shavings.
STEP #2 – TRIM:
Trim and file your toenails regularly to create a great canvas for pedicures. I clip mine into a flat square shape and slightly round the edges.
STEP #3 – MOISTURIZE:
Don’t forget to always moisturize your feet, especially after exfoliating. Every evening massage a generous amount of rich body balm into your feet, giving extra care to spots that quickly turn dry. Do you use a cuticle oil for your manicures? Use it to treat your toenails, too, and your pedis will always look amazing!
I’ve been following these steps for a few weeks now and my feet are looking good! I didn’t wear open sandals yet, but starting this week the weather will finally be good enough to allow for it. I’m really glad that we have so many options for proper foot care these days that don’t cost an arm and a leg.
What’s your best foot care tip? Have you tried electronic foot files like Amopé™ Pedi Perfect Wet & Dry Rechargeable Foot File? What’s your favorite pedicure color for spring? Let me know in the comments below!
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