Tuesday, 2 October 2012

Simple Steps for a Pedicure at Home....

Hi everyone..............

We all pay great attention to our face....We use a hundred different types of skin creams and anti ageing creams on it...But it is equally important to take care of other parts of our body too.....Like out feet...
Cracked feet are a great source of pain and discomfort..On top of that, they look very ugly too.....

So today i want to share with u all some simple steps you can follow to get a pedicure at home...

1. Take a small tub and fill it with luke warm water.

2. Add  little amounts of Vegetable Oil and Shampoo ( preferably a mild herbal shampoo) to 
    the water.

3. Now soak ur feet in this water for about 15-20 mins.

4. After this, rub your feet with a pumice stone (especially the soles and sides of ur feet) to  
    get rid of dead  skin cells and dirt.

5. Dry your feet with a tower and then massage the feet with a good cream.

So these are the 5 simple steps i follow to pamper my feet...This procedure just takes half an hour.....n the end results are soo worth it.....Do give it a try everyone........... :)

    Hope this post helped u all..... :)

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  1. very informative and nice article..:)

  2. Thanks for the idea! Great article!

    1. Im really glad u liked my post... :)
      Thnq soo much for dropping by my blog...


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    1. Im really glad u found this post helpful... :)

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