How to Have Pretty Feet

Dirty, smelly and rough feet are a big turn off. Many people feel frustrated with their failure to keep their feet pretty despite all efforts. Feet can draw a lot of attention and keeping them pretty can be a huge challenge, given that they are one of the most exposed and used parts of the body. They are vulnerable to dust, dirt and weather conditions. However, there is no mysterious secret to having pretty feet; everyone can have them. All feet ask for is proper care that can change their appearance, and keep them looking beautiful and well-maintained.


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    Clean feet are pretty feet:

    The secret to pretty feet lies in keeping them clean. Soak the feet regularly in a tub of mild warm water and wash them with a soap or feet scrub. Clean the soles with a pumice stone to get rid of any dead skin. Try to wash your feet as frequently as possible during the day, especially after returning from outside. Pat your feet slightly dry after washing and let them air dry slowly. Do not put on any socks or shoes while the feet are damp, as it can cause a bad smell.

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    The outside environment and regular washing can go hard on your feet. Moisturize your feet with a lotion after every wash to keep the skin soft and pretty. Put on a lot of lotion before going to bed at night. Massage the lotion well into your feet so that the blood circulation increases and the skin absorbs the moisture. You can then put on socks for the night.

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    Nails are an important part of feet. Keep the nails trimmed and shaped. Clean the nails regularly with an old brush. Paint the nails with good quality nail colour to make them appear more attractive and groomed.

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    Sandals may appear to be the most appealing choice on literally all occasions. However, wearing shoes which cover your feet can do them a great favour. The shoes protect the feet from the dust, allergies and harmful objects like nails in the ground. Even the rough air can cause feet to go dry. Therefore, it is best to keep shoes on during times when you will be outside. Try to keep the shoes dry at all times to prevent any smell from developing. Change socks frequently, preferably daily, as dirty socks can cause smell and bacteria growth. This can harm the feet and also encourage bad odour.

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