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Smooth Feet for life

Updated: Feb 26

How to keep your feet smooth in between pedicures

We have to face it, getting one pedicure is not enough if you're trying to maintain smooth feet.


A pedicure is a good start


Most people come in when their feet are already full of calluses and unwanted skin. Our pedicures reduce a significant amount, which is a great start to your smooth feet achievement.


But what next?



Tip #1 - Exfoliate every other day or weekly


Exfoliating is a way to reduce skin that people want to come off. But before you exfoliate there are a couple of things your need to figure out. First, is it peeling skin or unwanted skin? Unwanted meaning callused or flaky dry skin. Peeling skin is a sign of a possible fungal infection and is handled differently. If you exfoliate peeling skin, it will just continue to peel. If you are dealing with flakey dry skin and calluses, you need to consider using my NuFeet Battle Paddle to reduce then smooth. If you have more severe conditions, I recommend using this tool every other day or at least once a week.


Tip #2 - Use a moisturizing oil


Never just apply lotion or moisturizing oil if you didn't exfoliate. Maybe on day 2-5, but eventually you will just be trying to revive dead skin. It may look moisturized, but they will not be smooth.


Tip #3 - Use medicated creams correctly


If you have peeling and you've been given a medicated cream to stop the peeling, remember that this should not be used a lotion. Put a small amount on your feet in the areas that area peeling, once absorbed, follow up with your moisturizing oil or lotion.


"I didn't think it would work because of my past experiences going to nail salons for pedicures. But I actually listened to my NuFeet Pedicurist and started seeing results. When you understand the process; it makes the biggest difference." – A. Gonzales, client of NuFeet Medical Pedicures

Do your "home-work"


Doing these steps in between your pedicures will keep your feet smooth and help repair certain problems with your feet to help bring down the cost of your pedicures. If you find that you don't really have these problems or the dead skin isn't as severe as most, I recommend using a pumice stone every other day in the shower. Pumice stones are not made to reduce a significant amount of skin, but to maintain feet that are already smooth. Make sure you are using the correct tools. If you would like to see how I pumice my feet, click here.


To get started, I always recommend booking a NuFeet Pedicure by clicking here. You can purchase your Battle Paddle Kit here. You can also purchase my moisturizing oils here. If you would like to see how I use my battle paddle, check out the video below.




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