July 1, 2014 // Beauty
My feet tend to stay rough around the heels year-round, no matter what I use on them. I have tried at-home pedicures–FYI, that Listerine pedi turns your feet the color of the Listerine— and salon pedicures. It’s so disappointing (not to mention frustrating) to come home from a salon pedi only to realize your feet are still rough! I’ve also tried tons of lotions and scrubs. Nothing has really made a difference. . . until now.
I happened to stop by Bath and Body Works semi-annual sale last week. As soon as I walked through the door, they had a sign advertising True Blue Spa products for only $6! This line tends to run a bit on the pricey-side, so the sign immediately caught my attention. I had picked up some of their hand cream on sale before and it was amazing, so I decided to see what they had. Just a few products were on sale–a foot scrub, a cracked heel treatment, and a foot cream. I have a really good homemade sugar scrub at home, so I decided to try the cracked heel treatment and foot cream.
To use either product, you just massage it into your feet. I like to do this right after I get out of the bathtub or shower. I use the cracked heel treatment every few days but use the foot cream more frequently. The products both smell wonderful, and I feel like it’s a treat to get to use them. I noticed a difference after only a few uses, and my husband did too! He wholeheartedly endorses these products now after feeling the improvement in my feet! These 2 products were a total game-changer for me!
Soft feet are only 1 part of the summer sandal feet equation, though–don’t forget to polish those piggies! My tutorial for an at-home, professional-looking manicure
can be used on your toes as well! I’m current rocking Essie’s Haute in the Heat (color below on the left).
|Essie’s Haute in the Heat (l) and Playa Del Platinum (r) |
Do you have any secrets to getting summer sandal feet? Feel free to share below!