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How the French Get Rid of Dry Skin on their Feet

With the summer season upon our heels (pun intended), many women are wondering how to properly care for their feet and get rid of flakey or dry skin on their heels and feet! Dry skin on the feet can be uncomfortable and unsightly, but there are several things you can do to get rid of it.

Here are some tips from the French!

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Moisturize regularly: Use a rich, emollient foot cream like the L’Occitane Shea Butter Intensive Foot Balm or rich lotion to keep your feet hydrated. Apply it after washing and drying your feet, especially before going to bed. You can also wear cotton socks after applying the cream to lock in the moisture.

Check out these French foot creams for more options.

Exfoliate: Use a pumice stone or foot file to remove dead skin cells from your feet. Do this gently and avoid overdoing it, as too much exfoliation can make the skin on your feet dry and sensitive. For extra tough skin, consider using an intense foot scrub.

Soak your feet: Soaking your feet in warm water for 10-15 minutes can help soften the dry skin and make it easier to remove. You can also add Epsom salt or essential oils to the water for added benefits.

Wear comfortable shoes: Tight, uncomfortable shoes can cause dry skin on your feet. Wear shoes that fit properly and allow your feet to breathe.

Stay hydrated: Drinking plenty of water can help keep your skin hydrated, including the skin on your feet.

Use a humidifier: If you live in a dry climate or spend a lot of time in air-conditioned environments, a humidifier can help add moisture to the air and prevent dry skin.

Caring for your feet is just one part of the overall French girl body care steps. Be sure to check every part of your body to make sure it’s in good shape. Otherwise, you could pay the price down the line! If your dry skin is severe or persists despite these measures, you may want to consult a dermatologist for further evaluation and treatment.

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