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    For cracked heels and generally dry feet? I was going to go buy those milky feet slippers but they're bloody expensive and i'm supposed to be budgeting!

    So any idea are most welcome!

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    Give them a good pumice the shower tonight. Slather them in sorbolene cream before you go to bed and put socks on overnight. Repeat as required.

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    Thanks i'll give it a go tonight! 😊

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    I got DF to buy me one of those feet pamper packs for Christmas. It was just from target and it has all the things required- foot soak, foot scrub, pumice, heel cream, foot cream, bombs etc. It smells lovely and I treat my feet about once a week. Even better if you can get someone to do it for you

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    Quote Originally Posted by [Mod] Nomsie View Post
    I got DF to buy me one of those feet pamper packs for Christmas. It was just from target and it has all the things required- foot soak, foot scrub, pumice, heel cream, foot cream, bombs etc. It smells lovely and I treat my feet about once a week. Even better if you can get someone to do it for you
    That would be lovely! But i'm trying to save money, otherwise i would be heading off to the nail salon for a pedicure right this minute!

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    I make a scrub out of coconut oil and salt, leaves your feet felling quite good

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    There's a brand called "Hero's" and it's like a pumice stone but much more crumbly/airy. It's about the size of a bar of soap and costs under $3 from chemists (in the podiatry section). It's AMAZING! I suffer badly cracked heels and this thing works like magic, it instantly removes the hard, cracked skin; you use it in the shower, I rub it over with soap and also soap up the skin (without soap it can be quite harsh) and give a good scrub until the cracks disappear. I then moisturise and apply some heel balm.

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    @~Marigold~ i need a new pumice actually, mines getting to be grotty. Thanks i'll grab one next time i'm at the chemist!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tazz475 View Post
    That would be lovely! But i'm trying to save money, otherwise i would be heading off to the nail salon for a pedicure right this minute!
    I think it cost about $20

    I'm very cheap to buy for!

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    I did that Milky Foot thing, and I didn't think it was that good at all.

    I have a Ped-Egg which I think is fab. I do that, then I slather on a good moisturiser, and then slather on my DS's Dermeze, which is kinda like Vaseline. Then pop a pair of socks on and leave overnight.


 

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