7 Ways to Get Your Feet Right This Summer

Summer is here and you've got your sunscreen, sunglasses, and sun tanning lotion, but what about your feet? Have you been neglecting them this season? Time to get it together, girlfriend! Here are a few tips for Summer time foot care.





Updated 6/20/17



7 Ways to Get Your Feet Right for Summer




1. Pumice Stone. Every girl should have one. It sloughs away the dead skin and smooths cracked heels.



2. Sugar Scrub/ Salt Scrub. Exfoliating your feet is a must during the summer. Use a scrub at least once a week for smooth feet.



3. Coconut Oil. Did you know that Coconut Oil has anti fungal properties? Rub this on dry or itchy feet.



4. Cute summer polish. This is a must! You've got to show off those smooth feet by rocking a bright, bold color. If you're on a budget, pick one hot color and let that be your signature look for the entire season. 



5. Wash those dirty feet! Yes, girl. You've been wearing those flip flops all around town and if you don't wash your feet, it can be a dirty, stinky, mess. Use a delicious smelling body wash for a refreshing rinse up.



6. Follow up with a Peppermint Foot Lotion to rejuvenate tired, summer feet. Your pups will thank me later.



7. Lastly, Tea tree oil. Another great anti-fungal fighter. Add a few drops to your lotion or Coconut Oil to keep your feet fresh and fungus free.




Bonus tip:



Last year, I got an Amope Pedi Perfect Electronic Foot File for Christmas and it works wonders! Last winter I had a very bad dry cracked, heel and it took care of it. I've definitely added this to my summer foot care regimen!






What tips do you have for keeping your feet nice during the Summer?
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20 comments

  1. I use a prescription cream even when I don't "need" it and I use cuticle oil between pedis.

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    1. Oh, cuticle oil is also a really good idea! I'm going to try that as well.

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  2. I occasionally will go get a good pedicure and keep it up in between times.I use a foot scrub I got at the beauty store great for pedicures.I didn't know coconut oil had those anti fungal properties. Great to know! Thanks for all the tips.

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    1. You're welcome! Coconut Oil works wonders!

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  3. Nothing like a good pumice stone! To keep my feet summer time fine, I use vaseline and wear white cotton socks to bed

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  4. Great tips,thanks for sharing! I often to do Vaseline and socks, and once a week I use an exfoliate/scrub as well. Works wonders! :-)

    ~Whitney
    www.whitneynicjames.com

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  5. Oh my. I am ashamed to admit I haven't had a pedicure since last summer. I will surely be using these tips starting tonight.

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  6. Keeping our feet looking good is essential. Great tips that we all can utilize.

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  7. I love using Coconut Oil for my hair and skin, but I never knew I could use it for my feet, too. I'm glad you mentioned this tip so now I can start using coconut oil to get my feet summer ready. I would also like to get a pumice stone and new nail polish for summer nail art.

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  8. These are great tips and you're right there is no better time than the summer to take care of the feet.

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  9. My mother in-law makes natural products on Etsy (Essential Joy). She recently gave me a pumice stone and this is a reminder that I need to actually use it.

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  10. Coconut oil is just amazing for everything. People should not sleep on the power of coconut oil on your feet!

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  11. I knew coconut oil was bae but I didn't know it was out here helping the feet as well. Tea Trea oil has been taking care of my scalp for years, I didn't know it would also help my feet.

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  12. Yes, it is definitely the time to get your feet right! Great tips, I'll have to use coconut oil to keep them moisturized, because I commute from the metro and walk a lot, so they can get a little dry from all that.

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  13. Awesome tips...I add an oil to my lotion to help retain moisture. I moisturize my feet as soon as I finish my shower/bath while they're damp, apply the mixture, and put on a pair of socks to deep condition them while I finish dressing. No cracks or anything on my feet. Also, I get a pedicure every 2-3 weeks.

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  14. These are great tips. I hate to hear people talking about the feet of another. I think people should just relax, lol.

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  15. These are all great tips. Thanks for sharing!

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