Caring For Your Feet
Sorting this out is simple though. Start by removing dead skin and calluses (to make the process simpler, soak feet first in warm soapy water). Not only will removing this dead skin make your plates look better it’ll make them healthier too since, if left, dead skin can become soggy, making it a perfect home for bacteria and fungal spores.
Just as your face needs moisturising, so do your feet. In fact, our extremities often have some of the driest skin on our bodies. But since the skin on your feet can be up to four times thicker than the stuff on your face you need a specially formulated foot moisturiser like Molton Brown Desert Bloom Intense Hand & Foot Rescue which also contains anti-bacterial Tea Tree Oil to keep feet fresh and healthy.