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Why do I have dry skin?
There are lots of reasons why you might have dry skin.
Some people have dry skin due to skin conditions such as eczema, psoriasis, dermatitis, and more, but others find that their environment affects their skin.
For example, if you work in a profession where you have to wash or scrub your hand regularly, this can dry out your skin.
Your skin can also become irritated by soaps, detergents, sanitisers, and other cleaning agents.
Other reasons why your skin can become dry or flaky can include hormonal changes and taking long, hot baths or showers.
What is the best way to care for your feet?
You wouldn’t go a week without showering, so we shouldn’t go a week without checking the health of our feet - they work hard carrying us around all day, after all!
Make sure that there aren’t any sores, cuts, swelling or infections, like athlete’s foot or a fungal nail.
Clean them thoroughly when you shower or bathe, but be careful not to dry them out.
Afterwards, lather them in moisturising lotion and trim your toenails if needed, as it can be painful if they get too long and become ingrown.
Finally, always pick comfortable, supportive shoes if you’re on your feet all day.
What is Footner?
Footner Exfoliating Socks are a popular and effective way to remove hard and dry skin on your feet.
After keeping your feet in the socks for 60 minutes, the dead skin on your feet will slowly start to peel, leaving soft, smooth skin underneath.
If you have deep cracks in your heels, however, you should avoid using Footner as the acidic lotion may cause irritation.
What’s the best treatment for cracked heels?
Dry, cracked heels are a common problem, especially during the warmer months when your feet are exposed by wearing things like flip-flops and sandals.
It’s best to exfoliate the skin first with something like an electronic foot file to buff away the layers of dryness.
This should be followed by a moisturising lotion, like O’Keeffe’s Healthy Feet Cream which provides soothing relief for dry, cracked heels, hydrating the skin and leaving them feeling soft and smooth.