If your feet and heels are dry and cracked like mine used to be, you’re going to love these tutorials showing how to exfoliate feet by making a DIY foot scrub and enjoying a soothing foot soak in the comfort of your own home! I’ve learned that you should never use a foot tool (like a foot file, foot scraper, or pumice stone for feet) because they’re too abrasive and don’t allow fresh, new, baby soft skin to grow — so the skin on your feet will just keep getting thicker and rougher!
How long your nail polish lasts without chipping after a pedicure or manicure depends on the base coat and top coat you use. These nail polish reviews will help.
Need a foot callus remover? Hard skin on your feet can be an embarrassing problem — especially when you want to wear a pair of cute sandals or walk around barefoot in the presence of others. if left untreated, foot calluses can become painful and limit your choice of shoes. Here are 3 natural cures for calluses, plus 4 amazing foot callus removers.
Here’s everything you want to know about toenail fungus… How do you know if you’ve got it? How do you get it to begin with? How do you treat a toenail fungus? Plus, how to prevent toenail fungus — from someone who’s had it before. Me!
You don’t have to be a pro to give someone a foot rub. You don’t even need strong hands. Here’s how to do it, plus tips for massaging a loved one’s feet, and how to give someone a pedicure.
The first time I had my feet scraped with a foot razor during a pedicure, I was in Heaven. Ever since then, the main reason I would go back for pedicures was to get that foot scraping to smooth my calluses and heels. Then, foot razors became illegal!…
Who knew I’d find three great pumice stones in my toilet cleaning kit that would work wonders on my feet?!
Getting ready for your first pedicure? While each place will certainly be a little different in one way or another, I’ve been to enough nail salons and day spas to say that this is the basic procedure you go through when getting a pedicure — no matter where you go. Here’s what you need to know…
Here’s a picture of my friend’s feet — after their very first pedicure!
Here are a few quick tricks to make your nails look whiter… and healthier! This is good for both toenails AND fingernails.
You spend a significant amount of time getting a pedicure (…and maybe a lot of money, too). So whatever you can do to prolong the life of a pedicure, the better. Right? Here’s a quick tip to keep your pedicure looking great and lasting longer…