Having calluses and calluses on your feet is completely normal. On average, a human takes 50 million steps in their lifetime. Your feet allow you to go where you want. Compared to a tree, your feet are your roots. They support your trunk, your branches and your leaves. It is therefore important to take care of your feet as you take care of the skin of your face and your body.
Why exfoliate your feet?
Exfoliation removes dead skin cells to allow better absorption of creams and oils.
Just like the face, clogged pores on the feet can cause inconvenience: skin problem, fungus, etc.
When the skin regenerates, it creates new cells. The cells normally break off on their own, but they can also accumulate due to a lack of hydration caused by frequent wearing of closed shoes or due to the friction of walking.
Additionally, exfoliation also involves a particularly welcome foot massage after a long day. The exfoliation of your feet is not only a treatment, but also a real moment of well-being.
How do you exfoliate your feet?
We suggest you start with a good foot bath! For more details, you can read our article here. The foot bath will soften the skin under the feet and therefore better exfoliation.
Pour a small amount of bath salt in the palm of your hand and put 1 to 2 pipettes of bath and body oil. Mix everything and gently massage the top of your feet, but vigorously the bottom of your feet. After a few minutes of massage, immerse your feet in a bath to remove the remaining salt and voila! You can finish for a good nourishing oil or moisturizing lotion.
How often should you exfoliate your feet?
Specialists suggest a weekly exfoliation, but let's be honest here, that's not the reality! You can make yourself a little ritual Selvcare exfoliating feet once every season.
Your feet will thank you! 🦶🏻🦶🏽🦶🏿