How To Prevent Dry, Cracked Feet
Spring is here and Summer is quickly approaching...there is no time for unsightly dry, cracked feet. Truth is, this is not a condition that can be treated immediately. There is no quick fix. Cracked heels are usually a result of aging, health issues such as thyroid disease, vitamin deficiency, or excess weight. Many clients seek pedicures as a corrective service to reverse the signs of neglected feet. However, pedicures should be seen as a preventative service. It is important to understand the dangers of cracked heels, and what you can do to prevent it from happening to you.
Cracked heels are not as common with clients who receive pedicures on a regular basis. Cracked, callus heels are a sign of neglect. A good pedicure can soak and file, but this condition requires regular maintenance to heal. The callus is not just dry skin and cannot heal on its own. The callus can develop a fungus and would need regular maintenance to improve.
Causes of Cracked Heels
Health issues, such as diabetes,
kidney problems, or thyroid
Not only are cracked heels unattractive, but they can also be a health concern.
Here's what we suggest to correct it:
Add a monthly pedicure regimen to your grooming routine/habits
Keep your feet moisturized
Use a professional grade product such as Footlogix Cracked Heel Formula
A monthly pedicure would keep your feet filed, buffed, moisturized, and your nail professional would be able to catch any signs of an irregular foot condition before in worsens. Visit Mani's & Pedi's for a professional quality pedicure experience.
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ve, but unhealthy. Get in the habit of a monthly pedicure routine a daily moisturizing care.