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Saturday, 5 October 2013

Hemp Foot Protector

Dry feet can be extremely uncomfortable for sufferers and can worsen even more during Winter months.

This is most common in people who do not moisturise their feet religiously!

Oil glands are present all over the body with exception to the skin on the palm of our hands and our feet.

Sebaceous glands secrete an oil that is responsible for protecting skin and hair. However, due to the absence of these glands in our feet, they depend solely on sweat glands to keep them moisturised.

This is why a regular moisturising routine can greatly reduce the likelihood of dry skin forming.

I sincerely advise that you purchase the Body Shop's 'Hemp Foot Protector.' (£10.00) It works absolute wonders for my feet! Click HERE to view this product.

This best seller is dermatologically tested and promises to restore the skin's moisture barrier, leaving your skin feeling soft and smooth. I apply this cream everyday after bathing.

Prior to administering this cream, use a foot file to remove hard skin from the problematic areas. Although, I suggest that you wait for any traumas or open cuts to heal before beginning this treatment.

The Body Shop sells an amazing 'file a foot' with a double sided file for gentle and firm exfoliation. (£5.00) Click HERE to view this product.

My top tip! If you haven't yet got yourself some Hemp foot lotion, then here is a home remedy to help eliminate dry skin on those little tootsies of yours.

Fill a foot bath, (a clean washing up bowl will also do perfectly,) with warm water and add lemon juice. As lemon juice is mildly acidic it will encourage the dead skin cells on the bottom of your feet to dissolve.

This process can be repeated 2-3 times a week to decrease the extent of the skins condition.

I can't wait to hear how you get on! Lots of love, Kenzie xxx



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