Simple and effective foot care at home #DIY.

This post is for those people who want to feel good about their feet all the time.
There could be different reasons as to why one is not able to visit the salon for such care. It could be that there is no time, finances are tight or the places you love to go for self-care are on the higher price of your budget and you need more time to plan for that special visit 😏.

Whatever the case, this post is for you and all you need to do is ensure that you are able to pull through this super simple and easy process is to maintain consistency and have the few required items which I consider necessities in our daily life. My guess is that at some point you have one or two of these items!
Let’s get to it……

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Items needed:

Pumice stones vary depending on the texture, choose one best for you.
Get a good quality nail cutter and file for the best results.

My foot-care collection.

After taking a bath and still in the shower you can start the process. The soles of your feet will have soaked in the water and soap you used to bath with, making the skin loose all the dirt and roughness after the scrubbing.

Step 1:

Cut your nails and file (if you have to because some nail cutters do a great job of leveling the nails ). This can be done once a week depending on how your nails grow and how you feel about them.

Step 2:

After the shower, take your soap and apply on the soles of your feet and gently scrub(when using a pumice stone make sure to scrub gently, if not the skin on the soles of your feet will harden due to the rough treatment) for less than a minute and rinse off. Repeat the process with the other foot.

Step 3:

Then dry your feet, apply and massage into the soles petroleum jelly of your choice. This leaves your feet silky smooth and moisturized.


For best results, the process can be done 3 to 4 times a week.
It is quick and easy and has great results, there is no excuse not to try it.
Works out great for me and I love it. Let me know how it works out for you!

14 thoughts on “Simple and effective foot care at home #DIY.”

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