Wednesday, May 5, 2010

Sandal Time! Yay!

Being a native Southern Californian means I wear sandals whenever I can. I usually put my first pair on in mid-March and wear them as late as November. So I'm all about anything that makes my feet look good in revealing footwear. I'm also crazy about the scent of coconut (especially in the summer). Check out some suggestions I got for your pretty, pedicured feet…

Sandal Ready Feet

This spring put your best foot forward and get ready for the fashionable sandals. With the amazing sandal options, from jeweled flip flops, gladiator sandals and open toe platforms, you want to make sure that your feet look amazing. With the suggestions below your feet can look great in time for Memorial Day weekend.

Curél® Targeted Therapy Deep Penetrating Foot Cream: A spring essential. Soften and smooth dry, cracked winter feet in time for spring. The deeply penetrating formula contains ultra-moisturizing ingredients to smooth and hydrate dry, rough feet and heels. “After months of thick socks and harsh weather, feet can become dry, callused and cracked,” explains Dr. Sapna Westley, Curel® Skincare Consulting Dermatologist. “Curél® Targeted TherapyTM Deep Penetrating Foot Cream not only moisturizes and heals winter feet but also protects exposed feet during the summer.”

Targeted Therapy Foot Cream is formulated with Shea Butter to deeply moisturize dry skin. Coconut Milk is known to soften and smooth the skin and is also known for its anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial benefits. Urea helps to remove the thickened, callused skin that can develop on dry feet, while Vitamin E is known to reduce dryness and flaking and aids in healthy cell reproduction. Apply Curél® Targeted TherapyTM Foot Cream to skin at night to soften and heal dry feet. In just two nights, the cream significantly improves the look and feel of even the driest feet. Available at drugstores nationwide.

Burt’s Bees Coconut Foot Crème: a pampering natural foot cream that combines coconut oil, lanolin and vegetable glycerin to revive and rejuvenate even the driest, most neglected feet. There's also a hint of natural rosemary and peppermint oils to refresh tired feet. Apply liberally and allow the Coconut Foot Creme to fully absorb. For a luxurious way to treat your feet, soak feet in warm water for 10-15 minutes and rub gently with a pumice stone. Massage Coconut Foot Creme into feet, paying close attention to heels and calloused skin. Then cover your feet with cotton socks overnight to soothe and seal in moisture. Available in natural grocery, drug, gift and specialty stores, select mass retailers such as Target and Walmart, and via

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