Kick Dry Cracked Feet To The Curb!!!

Having a mean toe game is cute, but  having dry, cracked feet to match are the ultimate “no-no.” With winter’s harsh temperatures in full effect, most Juicy ladies need to prevent falling victim to rough, callus prone feet and heels.

While proper care for your feet can’t be neglected, conditions like dermatitis, psoriasis, and even diabetes can also contribute to dry cracked skin feet. Not treating your feet can eventually cause fissures, or tears, that make walking painful.

Like many of the best beauty regimens, the cure for any problem starts from the inside out. Before applying any products, drinking adequate amounts of water becomes highly important in preventing and/or treating dry feet. Water naturally hydrates and moisturizes the body and is key to maintaining soft and smooth skin.

For feet prone to cracking and roughness we suggest using use foot scrubs, or foot soaks that use natural ingredients such as thyme twice a week.

After scrubbing and exfoliating your feet, find nourishing lotions and oils that help seal in moisture also prevent feet from cracking and drying out. Try Freeman’s Peppermint & Plum Foot Lotion. A remedy infused with peppermint oil, tea tree oil, and plum extract, Freeman’s Foot Lotion smooths tough skin and removes the sting that occurs from a long days of standing.

When using lotions or oils, put them on at night, and wrap feet and heavy white socks, for the moisture to penetrate in skin. By doing this daily, feet will stay moisturized and be less likely to get dry and cracked.

Freeman’s Peppermint & Plum Foot Lotion, $3.79, Available at Freeman Beauty


8 Responses to “Kick Dry Cracked Feet To The Curb!!!”

  1. Jayden Eden

    I am always hearing my wife complain about her feet being sore. I think it would be good for her to get a pedicure and a nice lotion to put on. I think I may try to her out with the massage.
    Jayden Eden |

  2. Claire Reynolds

    I’ve always wanted attractive feet that I could show off in sandals. My feet are dry and I have some bunions on my toes. I have already made an appointment with a foot surgeon to get the bunions removed. I’ll start exfoliating and using oils too. Next summer, I’ll have great, moisturized feet to show off!

    Claire Reynolds ||

  3. Marcus Fillion

    If your feet are constantly dry and cracking, could it be a problem bigger than just lack of moisture? I do live in a desert, but my feet have a layer of dead, calloused skin on my heels I can’t get rid of. My parents both have it as well, so I wonder if it could be genetic.

    Marc |


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