How to Keep your Feet Looking Fresh
Hey there folks! How has your week been? Let's start with a very simple question: when you go to someone’s house do you take off your shoes or leave them on? Or when people come into your house do you ask them to take off their shoes? In line with that answer, today’s blog post is around foot care and foot health.
Have you ever got a pedi? I have not, but I am pretty eager to. A lot of our wives, mums, sisters, female friends go crazy over a mani-pedi and this is with reason. Other than the fresh coat of nail polish, pedicures are great for a couple of reasons;
Pedicures help moisturize your skin on a regular basis, the dry skin on your feet is more prone to infection due to cracks that may form. With pedicures this is a great way to give your skin that extra protection. After all this dead skin is polished off your feet, the result is a healthier canvas, and thus a decreased likelihood for odor and bacterial and fungal buildup. Pair this with a good powder and moisture absorbing socks, and you’ll never fear removing your shoes in front of friends or family.
About moisture absorbing socks, our socks use the very best fabrics and materials. We went through a rigorous process of picking out the most ideal fabric to create a wide range of socks. All our classic socks and different dress socks pair well with different shoes and not only are they functional but give your feet room to breathe and be “free”. With Velvet and White, you won't be sacrificing style for functionality or comfort or any other way around that.
If a pedicure sounds way off the line for you there are other ways you can keep your feet fresh:
- Feet get sweaty during the day, so it’s important to change your socks everyday and not repeat socks. Have a couple pairs of socks to switch up. We have so many similar and different styles that you can shop HERE.
- After washing your feet, it’s important to focus on drying the areas between the toes.
- Wash your feet daily in warm water with a mild soap. Once a week, soak your feet in warm water and use a pumice stone or scrub powder on your wet feet to slough away dead skin.
These are some things that you can easily do at home, make it a fun family activity and who knows, this can be a tradition you carry on.