When I was working in retail I use to have to stand on my feet all day. As you can imagine my feet use to kill me, I would get very sore painful feet at the end of the day. Over the year I have found various products and Technic that have helped me so I thought I would share them with you. This might be useful for you if are on your feet all day at work or want some advice on how to look after your feet.
1. This is a battery vibrating foot rub. A little gift from Richard after one day when I was complaining loudly on how my feet was hurting me. It work by putting your foot on it and start rubbing on the sliver metal balls and it give a vibrating tingling effect. I use this after my day and it does relieve some of the soreness and achenes. This can be a little loud and does give a vibrating sound but It does work for your feet however don’t use this at night time.
2. The Sanctuary Spa Moisture Rich Foot Butter. I use this after my day as it stop the sole of your foot getting all dry and sweaty, it also nice to put on after you had a foot bath. This make your feet very soft and take away some of the achy.
3. Lush Fair Trade Foot Lotion. A peppermint foot lotion of pure wonder! This is what I use first thing in the morning to get the sole of my feet all soft and ready for the day. Sometime after using this I feel like I’m walking on cloud as my feet are so soft. I recommend all people that work on their feet to use this as you won’t be disappointed. A little tip – don’t use this late at night as the peppermint stimulate the feet and make it more awake.
4. Micro-Pedi. A little device I’ve been wanting to write about for a while now. Whoever invented this is a genius! I suffer from really horrible dry lumpy skin on the sole of my feet ( very attractive!) especially on pressure point and this simple take it all away. It work like sand paper and it goes really fast on the feet and chip (is that the right word?) away the lumpy skin. Believe you me this really does work and it’s amazing to use. The lumpy hard skin are what I think make your feet hurt the most so this help with the pain and cheaper then seeing a specialist.
What are your advice on looking after your feet?