It’s been warm here on a pretty consistent basis, and everyone is sporting flip flops and sandals…
Special thanks to my friend Hillary for finding the answer to my problem of keeping my feet ‘sandal ready’ between pedicures. Sometimes, those little foot paddles just don’t do the trick, and I am NOT up for crusty toes!
She introduced me to this:
I use Butter London polishes all the time, but never paid attention to their hand or foot care. I was lamenting how much I can’t stand using those little paddles to get my feet right, and Hillary instantly recommended the Glycolic Callus Peel. Her feet look great all the time, and she swears by this stuff.
Here’s how you use it: You rub that lil’ roller ball all over the bottom of your clean… dry feet. Let it sit for about 5 minutes. Then you take the dreaded foot paddle and loosen all the dead skin. Rinse… and you’re done! I’d recommend a moisturizer right after rinsing and patting dry. The first time I did it my feet felt REALLY dry.
But it does work. I do it on the ‘in between’ weeks between pedicures… to keep my feet looking soft and ‘just stepped out of the salon’ fresh.
Good Girlfriends are hard to find. Good Girlfriends with awesome beauty knowledge are even more rare. I’m grateful to have mine!