DIY Home Pedicure

DIY Home Pedicure Moody Sisters Natural Skincare
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Let's face it, if you're like me, you probably don't have the extra money or time to get a pedicure at the spa. But have no fear, the Moody Sisters are here, and you can have a quick, affordable DIY option for at home to instantly soften, renew, energize and pamper those rough feet.

Your feet do a lot of walking. On average 8000-10,000 steps a day! And if you're carrying around a few extra pounds (it's all the kids' fault) your feet take the brunt of it. So don't forget to pamper those tootsies.

DIY At Home Pedicure

Before: PREPARE. Grab a towel to lay down under your bowl plus a towel to dry your feet. Place your supplies close by, in arms length. Remove any nail polish and clip your nails to the desired length.

Step One: SOAK. Fill a big bowl of hot water half way full that is big enough for your feet. If you don't have a bowl big enough you can use a big pot, 9 x 13 baking dish or the bathtub. Put your feet in and soak for 10-15 minutes or until the water starts to cool. For the ultimate in pampering and skin moisturizing try a Bath Bomb Fizzy!

Step Two: SCRUB. If you have a pumice stone or foot scrubber start with that. If not then gently scrub your entire foot with one of our pampering sugar scrubs. Take a small scoop and scrub your foot and lower calf. Rinse and pat dry.

Step Three: HYDRATE. If you're going to paint your nails now is the time! Our favorite is the all natural piggy paint. Once you've painted those precious tootsies you'll want to massage in a moisturizing lotion.

Top 5 Tips for Home Pedicure Foot Treatment

  1. For VERY dry, cracked heels we recommend finishing off with our dry skin cream and putting socks over your feet and leaving on overnight. You'll see an immediate improvement in your skin. Keep applying the cream until the cracks soften and heal.
  2. If your toe nails are thick-- wait to clip your nails until after you soak for easier clipping.
  3. Massage oil into your cuticles after you soak your feet to soften them. Use any oil you have in your cupboard, such as olive oil or even your facial if you use one.
  4. To detox add 1/4 cup epsom salt and a splash of apple cider vinegar to your warm water. You can use any salt that hasn't dissolved for an additional exfoliation.
  5. If you have calluses add 2 tbls of baking soda to your warm water or drop in a Bath Bomb Fizzy to hydrate and soak.

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