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Taking Care Of Your Feet

Taking Care of Your Feet Natura Siberica


I don't know about you, but for me, the one part of my body I always seem to neglect is my feet. I just somehow always forget, or can never be bothered to put something on my feet. However, every time I do have a little scrub or foot pamper I am always amazed by how refreshing and revitalising it leaves me feeling. I thought I'd share a little foot pamper I've been doing lately with you.


I should mention, for this foot pamper you won't need a bath or anything to soak your feet in. You can soak your feet in the bath, bucket or sink prior to starting the foot pamper, as it will help to soften your feet, but not essential.

My foot pamper session has three steps which are all fairly simple.

Now, all the products I am mentioning in this post are from Natura Siberica and it is your lucky day, because you can get all of them for 50% off just by using the code 'THELIFEOFLAURA' or clicking here! It is only for 3 more days!!!


Step 1 - Scrub

Now before starting, as I mentioned earlier, you might want to soak your feet for 10 minutes or so, but that's completely optional. My first step is always to scrub. Choose your favourite body scrub, or you can buy one specifically designed for feet, it's completely up to you! 

My top picks for foot scrubs are the Natura Siberica Oblepikha Body Scrub, a slightly thicker and coarser scrub, that I find perfect for my feet. You could also use a coffee scrub, or any other scrub of your choice.

I always scrub my feet when they are damp, but not wet. Which means, if you've soaked then you might want to pat your feet with a towel first. I do this because I find it helps to work away the really dry, dead skin off my feet. I need it to be coarse.

Taking Care of Your Feet Natura Siberica


Step 2 - Mask

Mask for your feet? Yes! Mask for your feet! This is probably something you've never thought about before, I certainly didn't until recently, but now I am hooked.

I recently discovered the Natura Siberica North Vitality Foot Mask* and I am in love. It is a lightweight, creamy mask - imagine a lightweight moisturiser that you just apply a thicker amount of and leave for 20 to 30 minutes. It has mint in it, which makes it smell really refreshing, and I find it cools my feet in a calming, tingly way. It also forces you to take a time out for 30 minutes while your feet are being masked up. Once you've had enough, you can easily wash the mask off, or massage the excess into your skin to continue that hydration going (which is usually what I do).

Now if you don't have time for this step, that is ok. I find this is something I might do every two weeks or so, when I happen to have a spare thirty minutes lying around. I'll typically put a face mask on at the same time as well. However, this is a step you can skip over if you are time poor.

Taking Care of Your Feet Natura Siberica

Taking Care of Your Feet Natura Siberica

On the left hand size is the North Vitality Foot Mask, a light, creamy texture. On the right hand side is the Oblepikha Foot Cream, not too thick, but so hydrating!

Step 3 - Moisturise

This step, however, is the most important of the three. If you don't scrub or don't mask, you should definitely moisturise! Keeping the hydration in your feet is the best way to avoid cracked and dried out heels. While I find it works best if I scrub first, I have been trying to moisturise my feet every night before bed to help keep the dryness at bay as well.

My top moisturiser? Yes, it's another Natura Siberica product, but this foot cream is honestly my favourite foot cream EVER. The Oblepikha Foot Cream* is not too thick, but not so lightweight that it doesn't soak into your skin at all, quite the opposite actually. After massaging this into my feet, my feet immediately feel hydrated and soft (and smelling AMAZING, just like Sea Buckthorn). I usually put a pair of socks on after applying the foot cream to help keep the moisturise on my feet and not on the floor. 

Taking Care of Your Feet Natura Siberica


But that is it, three simple steps to a foot pamper session. Now, for those that are time poor, you might choose to just do step 1 and 3, or even just step 3. However, if you have the time I would highly recommend step 2, it has been a massive help for my dry feet.

Do you already have a routine in place to help take care of your feet? I'd love to here what you do.

Don't forget to head over to Natura Siberica and get 50% off while you still can. Just click here, or use the code 'THELIFEOFLAURA' at checkout. 


Taking Care of Your Feet Natura Siberica



















*DISCLAIMER – Although this product was sent for me to trial and review, all views and opinions are 100% honest. All opinions are based purely from my own experiences. The Life of Laura is not by a professional or expert. Please do not confuse my opinions with professional advice.




 

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