Get Baby Soft Sole in 6 steps
Our feet are so far from our faces and hands that sometimes we forget to take care of them. But a little attention is not the only thing that will give us pillowy soft soles. It turns out that they need a very particular kind of love, too. “Feet do not have the oil glands as the rest of your body so they are more susceptible to dryness,” says dermatologist Howard Sobel. Here are six ways to get them soft baby status.
Step # 1: Exfoliate the rough.
When the skin is moist, like right after a shower, give a massage heels with a pumice stone or foot scrub. “This will get rid of dry skin, dead,” says dermatologist Marina Peredo. Cleaning can also help smooth calluses disappear. Try: The Body Shop no material coarser pumice.
Step # 2: Wrap them in moisture.
Post pumice, slather feet with a hydrating, moisturizing thick. “For soft feet require an emollient and a keratolytic [helps to dissolve the outer layer of the skin], such as urea, lactic acid or allantoin,” says podiatrist Johanna Youner. Try: Kerasal One Step Exfoliating Moisturizer Therapy Foot, containing urea to help retain moisture and salicylic acid to slough off dead skin and dry.
Make sure lotion morning and evening. “Corns occur when the skin is dry for extra hydration is key,” says Peredo.
A cautionary note: cracked heels can become severely infected to see your doctor if the TLC does not cure them.
Step # 3: Slip into socks.
Classic cotton socks will do, but you can also try the Body Shop Moisture Socks foot pampering. “It will make you apply the moisturizer work better,” says Peredo. If you want to go the extra mile to banish rough skin, try this tip: Apply a product, thick greasy as Vaseline or Aquaphor all over her feet. Then cover them in plastic wrap, put on a pair of socks and fall asleep. After a few nights, you’ll soles incredibly dreamy.
Step # 4: Do not go command.
The kick off your heels at the end of a long day is a relief. But instead of walking barefoot, slip on some socks or slippers. “Going barefoot will make the skin on your feet dry faster,” says Sobel.
Step # 5: Wear the right shoes.
“In shoes that are too small, your foot is not being installed properly, which not only causes discomfort, but makes it more prone to calluses, because it takes away the need to cushion our feet,” says Peredo. Our heels also have an extra layer of skin when exposed to air and the friction may cause calluses. This means stashing backless shoes and opting for those that cover the entire area of the heel to the most beautiful feet.
Step # 6: Prepare your feet to sweat.
You use the right training equipment to protect the rest of your body, but what about your feet? Sweaty feet not only smell it, but your chance of blisters and calluses. Rolando deodorant in their soles pre-workout can help reduce sweating and friction. (Yes, the same stuff you put in your arms.) Or try a product such as Cross-Terrain “Dry Run” Foot Cream Kiehl, who is made to keep your feet sweat and irritation free.Google