Are pedicures good for your feet?
Post Date
23rd April 2014
Are pedicures good for your feet?

Q Are pedicures good for your feet?
A Treating your feet to a pedicure is a great way to boost circulation, help avoid dry and cracked skin and, of course, indulge in a little TLC. The heavenly spa soak at the beginning of a pedi helps soften skin, while the leg and foot massage can improve circulation and joint performance. It’s nice to let someone else do the work, but why not try a do-it-yourself pedi at home? After soaking your feet in a bucket of warm water and your favourite essential oil, pat feet dry with a towel. When feet are fully dry, smooth out any areas of dead skin with a good buffer, such as Scholl Velvet Smooth Express Pedi electronic foot file.  If you suffer from cracked heels, this is a great time to apply a good moisturiser like Scholl Eulactol Heel Balm Gold. Next, trim your softened nails and file the corners. Finally, apply two coats of polish. To maintain your handiwork, apply a rich moisturizing cream like Scholl Dry Skin Instant Recovery Cream, which has the added advantage of an exfoliating agent to smooth your feet.


Scholl Velvet Smooth Express Pedi Electronic Foot File
Get feet that look great and feel super smooth without any hassle. Scholl Velvet SmoothExpress Pedi electronic foot file buffs away hard skin in minutes leaving you with fabulous feet that you'll want to show off.

Scholl Eulactol Heel Balm Gold
A non-greasy heel balm that will improve the condition of dry, cracked heels in seven days, with visible results in three days.

Scholl Dry Skin Instant Recovery Cream
Non-greasy and quickly absorbed, this exfoliating agent and moisturiser will help shed dead skin cells and moisturise the skin below. Apply the cream once a day for soft and smooth feet.