I have been an athlete my whole life. I really enjoy being active; whether it is at the gym, dancing to Zumba, sand volleyball, bike riding with the husband, or playing tennis. Anything goes when it comes to my fitness. As long as I am moving and having fun, that is all that matters.
However, one thing I have noticed from all these activities is the fact that my feet really take a beating. The constant use causes my feet to build up calluses and become quite rough. I don’t have time for a pedicure every week, so the best option I have found is an at home Foot Scrubber.
The Foot Scrubber we recommend in the office is a terra-cotta pumice by Gilden Tree. This tool is easy to use and works incredibly well on dry skin and calluses. The scrubber is handcrafted, sun-dried, and kiln-fired so it never wears out. All you have to do is wet your feet, apply a cleanser, and gently scrub using the rough side to remove any imperfections. After the dry skin and calluses are removed, use the polishing side of the scrubber to buff and smooth your feet. Once you have rinsed and dried off, you can really keep those feet moisturized and soft by applying a Nourishing Foot Cream (also by Gilden Tree).
My favorite time to really focus on my foot care is during a bath. I keep the scrubber near me and after I have taken some time to relax and soak, I will start scrubbing my feet. Once you make proper foot care a priority, it can be very simple to maintain.