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Winter is here – in fact here in Colorado we might be getting snow today! Yikes!! When winter is approaching there are a lot of winterizing processes that we have to do around our house; blowing out the sprinklers, cleaning the gutters, and winterizing the lawn; just to name a few things. Well did you ever think that your skin needs to be winterized as well? Especially those two things you walk on EVERY DAY! Foot Care should be an important part of your routine, especially in the winter. Here are some great Foot Care Tips for the Winter that I hope you consider to make those feet of yours happy and healthy this Winter.
Tip 1: Use Salt Scrub
Tip 2: Buff Away Rough, Dry Skin
Tip 3: Keep Nails Trimmed
Tip 4: Use Foot Cream
To accompany the new Amopé Pedi Perfect make sure you also pick up some Amopé Foot Cream. I have a cabinet full of creams and lotions but some of them seem to make my dry skin worse. The Amopé Foot Cream adds moisture for even softer, healthier feet. This is another step that you can do daily, maybe before heading to work or before bed. This daily moisturizing foot cream helps prevent moisture loss.
Tip 5: Wear Fluffy Socks to Bed
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Lauren Atkins says
Looks like I need to run to Target!
Shaun McGahey says
Great tips – something I have to start myself for sure
My feet are gross by the end of summer – wearing flip flops all summer – they could use some TLC for sure!
I need that buffer! I hate having to do it manually.
We already got snow here in Boston yesterday! Great tips for smooth feet!
Love the tips. I need to get better about the salt scrubs, but I love my socks. And I think I'm falling in love with the Pedi Perfect, too! #client
Sarah Halstead says
I love this! I forgot about putting socks on at night. Great tips!