Get Rid of Dry Scaly Feet

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Do you have dry, scaly feet? If you live out in the West or anywhere else where it is dry, I am sure you do. Take these steps in getting rid of them.


Things You’ll Need

    Warm Water


    Epsom Salt


    Toothbrush (hard)


    Emery Board


    Vitamin E oil




    • 1 First get a bucket of warm water, not to hot, with a cup full of epsom salt. Allow salt to dissolve before placing your feet inside. Once the salt has dissolved, place your feet inside of the water, allow to soak for up to 30 minutes.
    • 2 Remove feet from water after 3o minutes. Scrub gently with toothbrush to remove all loose, dry skin. This only takes a small amount of time. The skin should be very easy to remove. Rinse feet with water and pat dry with towel.
    • 3 Once you have removed the excess dry skin, take the emery board and gently go back and forth on the area that is affected. Keep doing this until there is no more dry skin. Once again, rinse feet and pat dry with towel.

    • 4 Once you have done all the steps above. Take the Vitamin E oil and rub on the affected areas, or all over your feet. Put socks on to keep the oil on your feet. Repeat process for at least five days. Please note that it must be vitamin E oil, not cream. via


4 thoughts on “Get Rid of Dry Scaly Feet

  1. This picture is not from using what is recommend on this link. This picture is a client who used Arbonne Re9 body serum and lotion on her feet. Along with the seasalt scrub and filing the dead skin off.
    Contact me for product info and to see client testimony. subject Arbonne

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