#SkincareSunday: Footcare Routine

Hi lovelies!

I hope your week has gone well. With celebrating my own and several friends’ birthdays and moving back into my dorm I’ve been quite occupied. But I’m never too busy to get a post out there for y’all. The WiFi in my dorm was acting up last night and I was praying that I would be able to get this #SkinCareSunday post out. But it’s working now so all is well 🙂

Summer is a time where we like to show off our feet in cute sandals and flip-flops. But having unkept feet can take away from our ever so cute footwear. After playing soccer and doing ballet for several years my feet had taken quite a toll. But over the past couple years I’ve been able to rehabilitate my formerly busted feet. So although summer is coming to an end, I thought I’d share with you my footcare routine. Let’s get started!


Before I do anything, I make sure that my feet are clean or fresh out of the shower. It is recommended that you soak your feet too prior to continuing with the rest of the routine.

Once a week I exfoliate my feet to rid of the dead skin. I use a dampened pumice stone on all the cracked or dry areas on my toes, knuckles, and tops of my feet.


Next, I exfoliate my heels and bottom of my feet with a Foot File.


Finally, after rinsing off my feet, I use my Burt’s Bees Tips and Toes kit.


I massage the Foot Cream into my toes and feet. It has a lovely coconut scent that isn’t too overpowering. Then I apply the cuticle cream to each of my toes. After that you can paint your nails if you want.

Mine are a coral color right now 🙂


And that’s it!

I hope this post was helpful or somewhat interesting to all you beauty lovers! I wish you all the best for this next week, and can’t wait to hear from you! How do y’all care for your feet and what are your favorite products for them? What are some summer/fall nail color recommendations? 



By being yourself, you put something wonderful in the world that was not there before.

-Edwin Elliot

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