Pedicure Tips: Keeping Your Feet Moisturized, Beautiful and Summer-Ready

Shea butter.
Shea butter

Credit: AZ Chiropractic and Rehab

Keep shea butter on hand to get rid of dry patches of skin on your feet and to give your skin a subtle glow while protecting your skin from the sun. Shea butter has anti-inflammatory properties, so using it after you’ve been on your feet all day will help to reduce swelling. The natural moisturizer is also effective for treating eczema. After your pedicure, you can place a coin-sized amount of shea butter on your face and shoulders to treat acne and heat rash. Shea butter is at your local beauty supply for about $4.

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