When you slip into the summer’s must-have shoes, make sure your feet look as good as your footwear
Whether it’s a pair of must-have wedges or strappy sky-high heels, the season’s hottest shoes will only hit the mark if your feet have been given some much-needed attention.
After a winter hidden away in tights and boots, feet can suffer from months of neglect, and when you hear that 74% of Zest readers* feel happy when they have well cared for feet, isn't it about time you gave your feet some special attention?
Banish dry skin, cracked heels and fungal nail infection so, when it comes to stepping out with your feet on show, you make sure they’re looking as sexy as your shoes.
Dry skin is the number one foot problem for Zest readers, with 63% suffering from dry, hard skin. But slathering on some of your regular body moisturiser now and again isn’t the solution; the skin on your feet is much thicker than the rest of your body, so you need to use products especially formulated for feet.
To banish dry skin, start with regular exfoliation using Scholl Dry Skin Exfoliator. Use a couple of times a week to effectively smooth away rough, dry skin.
Regular exfoliation will help your feet to soak up Scholl Dry Skin Instant Recovery Cream containing innovative Deep Hydrate™ formula that allows special moisture boosters to penetrate deep into skin and promote an effective moisture level. Get 24 hours intensive moisturisation. Use daily, and increase the hydration of your feet.
If you are one of the 22% of Zest readers who have had or currently suffer from fungal nail infection, make sure you also add Scholl Fungal Nail Treatment to your footcare routine and get your beautiful and healthy nails back.
We know that 73% of Zest readers feel confident when your feet look good - combine that with a hot new pair of heels and you’ve got the ultimate feel-good factor for summer.
Look and feel great every single day! Enter to win one of 15 top-to-toe pamper hampers
*Survey conducted by Scholl and Hearst Magazines UK with 2,424 participants, February 2012
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