No Socks Day with Scholl.

Today is International "No Socks Day" and while I've read there are health benefits to walking barefoot we better make sure our feet are in tip-top condition for this to begin with and this is where Scholl comes into play. You may or may not know that last year I was 1 of 5 bloggers chosen to be featured in a Scholl advertisement for their Velvet Smooth Pedi Foot File last year and I've converted people close to me into getting one and they haven't looked back. With it being No Socks Day, Summer is also just around the corner.

This is how I like to do mine :
Start off with a dry but clean foot. I do mine before a foot soak because I find that it's that effective the skin doesn't need to be soaked and then dried, you can just wipe the foot with a wipe and proceed to buff the foot. There are different replacement heads, this is the original or you can choose the twin pack with extra coarse and soft touch. I do my feet weekly but I wanted to see the difference in the roller heads to the original that comes with the Pedi foot file.

Once the foot has been buffed, gently. Be careful not to stay on one section of skin for too long because the skin is delicate and it will be sore so keep the file moving and watch all that dust fly off. If you have a electronic foot soak or even just run the bath enough for your foot to be covered, pour 15ml of the Scholl Velvet Smooth Foot Soak into the water and allow your feet to be cleansed and softened up even more for 15 minutes. Dry the feet, making sure to dry in between the toes (imporant!).

Follow up with the Scholl Velvet Smooth Intense Serum which will leave the foot cool and and prevent any drying. Just before going to bed, I like to pop on some cotton socks with the Scholl Velvet Smooth Night Mask that'll help to stimulate cell re-growth and in the morning the feet will be smooth and ready for being barefoot beautiful.

Are you ready to walk barefoot with me?

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