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Say goodbye to gross winter feet

Now that the, admittedly mild, winter is coming to an official close and we are being bombarded with visions of gorgeous Spring nail polishes, it’s time to bid adieu to worn, winter dry feet. Whether you religiously maintain your pedicure all winter or you have a foot free-for-all during the chilly months, everyone could use a little pedi primping before sandal season.

Below is my favorite way to reclaim my footsie-worthy feet:

  1. Scrub – Fill up the tub, have a seat on the edge and scrub away with a Lush Stepping Stone. The Stepping Stone is made with lycopodium powder to absorb odors and fragrant lemon and lime oils to deodorize. Jojoba oil and cocoa butter help to soften and moisturize.
  2. Soak – While your feet are still submerged in the tub, use Arbonne Aromassentials Awaken Sea Salt Scrub to massage your feet. Afterwards, continue to soak your feet to absorb the ultra-hydrating avocado and almond oils in the scrub.
  3. Sand – The ANSR: Sole is my secret weapon in the war against calluses and dry, rough skin on my feet. It is a handheld, cordless, rechargeable tool that polishes away the rough spots on your feet quickly and without any discomfort.
  4. Soften – Use a thick, rich foot cream like Sally Hansen Moisturizing Foot Crème to hydrate and soften. If you have the time, apply the foot cream before bedtime, put on socks and leave them on overnight. You will awaken to feet that feel as soft as those of a newborn baby.

Be sure to pamper your feet pre-polishing to ensure that your feet are looking and feeling their best while they are on display in this summer’s hottest sandals.

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Lauren Stewart
By: Lauren Stewart

Lauren Stewart is a freelancer writer from Michigan. She enjoys writing about beauty, health and fitness! She is passionate about learning new ways to take control of her health and wellness and is a makeup and skincare junkie! You can contact her by emailing