During all the time and effort I spent with fine-tuning my skin care routine my feet have been barely noticed. It's actually quite embarrassing to admit how little I care about her, considering how much I walk every week – not to mention that sandals are my favorite footwear during the summer season. Still, I like being surprised when I notice the cornea here and there or fail because my heels are getting drier every second.
A regular pedicure helps keep my feet and heels smooth, but it's more of a monthly pleasure than a daily habit. In addition, I'm pretty sure that soft feet require serious care throughout the year. What can a girl do? I'm not the one who keeps pumice in the shower, and I also do not like using foot scrubs or scrubs because they leave a mess all over ̵
The other reason why this product sets me apart from the pack is that it is formulated with lactic acid. A chemical peel and a moisturizer speak – basically dermatologists – for a product that contains both scrubs and hydrates. In fact, lactic acid is an alpha-hydroxy acid (AHA) commonly found in exfoliating skin care products, SELF, as previously discussed . However, the skin on your feet is thicker and generally less sensitive than the skin on the face. Therefore, you may use this foot cream more often than a chemical peel on the face.
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