The Importance of Moisture
When it comes to dry skin, again it’s important to stay hydrated. This is where a quality moisturiser comes in. Intense foot creams are absorbed by the skin, helping it to retain its own natural water in the outermost layer. It also acts as an extra barrier, protecting your skin from the elements. Creams can be used regularly, after a foot scrub, or just after a shower, to keep your skin rehydrated, and soft for longer.
The appearance of dry skin takes the form of excess dead skin on the surface of our feet. Before applying your moisturiser, why not give yourself a real spa treatment at home, using an exfoliator such as the Scholl Express Pedi to shed that dry skin. For the best results, apply your moisturiser immediately after .
No more Hibernation
It can be tempting to ignore our feet during the winter months, while our feet are cosy in layers of socks and winter boots. Showing off your feet might not be very tempting at this time. However, if you ignore the presence of dry skin throughout this time, you’ll be back where you started when sandals and heels come out of the wardrobe! Why not try to give your feet some TLC during the winter months, and be prepared for the first trip to the beach in summer?
Don’t Buff too Hard
While exfoliation is a great way to tackle dry skin, it’s important not to scrub your skin too hard. Any nicks and raw skin maybe take quite a while to heal, and might even cause infection. It’s better to scrub lightly on a weekly basis, than to overdo it in one go.
Keeping your Feet Dry after Care
This may seem like strange advice, but when you are faced with dry skin keeping your skin away from damp conditions is very important to your skin’s health. While it’s important to moisturise, wearing damp socks and shoes, or not drying your feet thoroughly is never a good idea.
There’s no need to fret over dry skin on feet anymore. Introduce a simple moisturising routine and follow these few practical tips, to keep your feet looking soft and healthy, and ready to hit the streets.