It's Going To Be A LONG Summer: At-Home Pedi Products To Keep Your Feet In Shape

May 22, 2013 by Justine Schwartz
shefinds | Style
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We already told you how to get your feet ready for sandal season by doing things like waxing your toe hair (bet you didn’t think of that!) and using a little self-tanner, but now that sandal season, and thus blister season, is upon us – I bet you need a refresher, huh? Wearing new shoes can reek havoc on your feet – we’re talking blisters and calluses and more ratchet-ness below the ankle.

And as temps rise, your pedicure budget goes up as well – at $30/pop, pedis can cost you upwards of $120 month. Who has that kind of cash? We’re all about at-home pedi products for managing calluses and keeping feet soft and pretty (or as pretty as feet can be). You don’t have to paint your own toe nails, but between salon visits, keep your feet cute by soaking them in hot water, using special callus files and creams, and wearing lotion under socks to bed. Click through our slideshow above for my tricks and our favorite pedi products.

[Photo: The Blonde Salad]



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Justine Schwartz is a veteran women's lifestyle editor; she's written extensively about style & beauty tips, health advice and wedding planning for more than a decade. Her work has appeared in New York Magazine, Huffington Post and New York Weddings. Justine has been with SheFinds since 2010; you can reach her via email at [email protected]

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