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This Summer Simplify Your Foot Care Routine With Multi-Tasking Products

This Summer Simplify Your Foot Care Routine With Multi-Tasking Products

Your feet are feel dry, flakey and may even have some itchy red patches... Summer is coming.

You really need your feet to look and feel better. Your medicine cabinet cluttered. You’ve spent money on a lot of things. Some don’t do their job and others just don’t have the smell or texture you like. You read the reviews, listen to the buzz and poll your friends. You haven’t found the right solution to get your feet where you need them to be.

Your feet need a solution that works. A solution that will make them look great for summer sandals and barefoot days.

Empty your medicine cabinet. Simplify your foot treatment. Yes, less can be more

Pedicurian’s hard multi-tasking products let you do more with less. So that you can have comfortable, healthy, great looking feet with less cost, less time and more real estate available in your medicine cabinet.

Simplify your life with less products that do more for you. Do the things that really matter to you with feet that feel and look great.

Get summer ready with Pedicurian! 

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Solutions for Cracked and Dry Winter Feet

Solutions for Cracked and Dry Winter Feet

Why does the skin on my feet crack and feel dry in the winter?

Winter can be hard on your feet.  Yes, the skin on your feet can crack more throughout the winter months. Cracked heels and dry skin are annoying, unsightly and sometimes painful. 

Why do my feet crack more in the winter?

  • Low humidity in the air.
  • Feet sweat more in heavier winter footwear and socks. Wetness dries your skin.
  • Shoes that get wet inside and sometimes don’t completely dry out.

Skin on your feet can also crack due to an underlying medical condition such as fungus infections, eczema, obesity, diabetes or hypothyroidism.  This discussion is only about dry, cracked feet due to winter weather.

Why is it important to treat cracked skin on my feet?

Cracks on the skin of your feet are not medically low level.  The cracks are portals to more serious fungal and bacterial infection.  Keeping the skin on your feet healthy can prevent a more serious medical problem from occuring.

What can I do about dry, cracked skin on my feet this winter?

You can do a lot to remedy this condition. It’s easy too.  It’s a two step process that will take two minutes a day.

How to best treat cracked heels and dry winter skin?

  1. Exfoliate
  • Use a premium stainless steel files that do not shred the skin on a clean dry foot. Premium, easily sanitizable, files are available at pedicurian.com.
  • No gadgets are necessary to get smooth skin on your feet.
  • Do not soak your feet first. Soaking will distort the skin and make exfoliation less accurate.
  1.  Moisturize
  • Use a cream that has at least 30% Urea to soften and restore the skin. Try Pedicurian’s own no-mess roll on. Moisturize every day. It’s important not only to hydrate your skin, but to also repair and restore the skin on your feet. 
  • Repeat every day on a clean, dry feet.
  • If your cracks do not heal test for a fungus infection.

What results can I expect? What will treatment do for me?

Enjoy the feel of smooth heels and skin on your feet

  • Healthy feet = healthier you and wellness all over.
  • Better looking feet. We know it's winter but everyone still wants to look great.
  • Participate, enjoy and engage as your feet move you through life with ease.

Why do I need products formulated for my feet?

The skin on your feet is different that the skin on other parts of your body.  The top of your feet have soft skin and the bottom of your feet have thicker skin with an abundance of sweat glands. 

Where can I purchase the products to heel dry cracked heels and dry skin?

Pedicurian offers files and our own branded cream in four levels of hydration.

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Winterizing Your Feet - How to Care for Your Feet in Cold Weather

Winterizing Your Feet - How to Care for Your Feet in Cold Weather

With the arctic winds, snow, sleet, and ice in the forecast this winter, we’re sharing our Podiatrist’s top tips for "winterizing" your feet.

Cold weather, and bundling your feet in shoes and socks to protect them has its own hazards. Feet sweat a lot, they also dry and crack. Worst of all nasty stuff, like fungus which causes athletes foot, loves your wet feet.

So what does “winterizing” your feet mean?

We like to share that prepping means taking care of your feet during the winter months when they need some extra love and care. The extra attention will keep you moving with ease and comfort through the cold months.

Here are five best cold-weather foot care tips, approved by a board-certified podiatrist, to keep your feet comfortable.

1. Keep Your Feet Dry!
Your feet sweat more in warm winter socks and boots. Excessive wetness inside your shoes or from the elements can cause the skin to dry. Use both a non-drying antiperspirant formulated for feet and a moisturizer as appropriate. If cracks develop from excessive sweating and dryness use a more intense moisturizer.

2. Wash Your Feet Every Day!
Clean feet are healthier feet. Always dry well, especially between the toes. Check our nondrying, antifungal foot wash and foot wipes.

3. Don’t Wear Wet Socks, Shoes or Boots!
Damp feet are prone to fungal infections and can cause the skin of the feet to dry and develop cracks. Cracks are not innocent and should be treated as they are portals to bacterial infections. When your shoes or boots get wet, dry them out thoroughly before wearing them again. (Consider waterproofing them, too!). Wet feet are also more prone to frostbite and fungal infections.

4. Prepare with appropriate socks
Wear moisture-wicking quality winter socks and avoid bare feet in Uggs. You can keep them even warmer with insulated soles.

5. Wear the right shoe gear!
Consider both the weather and the activity. Ditch the fashion shoes and heels when you are outside in rain, snow or cold. Protect your feet with warm, waterproof boots with treads that give you good traction and ensure you don't slip. Wetness and having your feet closed for hours cause smell as well as sweat. When they smell we have treats for your shoes too.

When the skin of your feet is in top-notch condition they will be soft and smooth as well as healthy to tolerate harsh weather.

Get cozy, stay warm, and make sure to take care of those feet this winter!

Hate cold toes, read next month’s blog!

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