Warm water Basin or tub Mild soap Pumice stone or foot file Exfoliating scrub Moisturizer Towel
Fill a basin or tub with warm water. Make sure it's not too hot, as it could dry out your skin. Add a few drops of mild soap.
Allow your feet to soak for about 10-15 minutes. This helps soften the dead skin and makes it easier to remove.
After soaking, use a mild soap and a washcloth or soft brush to gently cleanse your feet, paying extra attention to areas with thicker dead skin.
Use a pumice stone or foot file to gently rub away dead skin. Start with gentle strokes and increase pressure gradually. Focus on areas with calluses or rough patches.
You can use an exfoliating scrub specifically designed for feet to help remove additional dead skin and improve overall smoothness.
Rinse your feet thoroughly to remove any soap residue. Pat them dry with a towel, being careful not to rub too vigorously.
Apply a rich moisturizer or foot cream to your feet. This helps to lock in moisture and keep your skin soft. Pay special attention to heels and any areas where you removed dead skin.