Very Dry Skin
As we age the sweat glands of our feet reduce in effectiveness – it is often worse for females who typically have thinner, finer skin. It can be exacerbated by ill health and medication.
This can be worse around perimenopause and through menopause. Dry skin on the feet is unsightly, can be uncomfortable, and can lead to fissures and cracks in the skin of the feet. It can be managed using the right products. Ensure that you drink plenty of water and don’t allow yourself to become dehydrated. A reduction in caffeine and alcohol intake will also help.
How To Treat Very Dry Skin On The Feet
- Foot Scrub and Professional Foot File – Weekly exfoliation using these two products will help to remove the layers of dry skin
- Intensive Foot Oil, Intensive Hydrating Foot Lotion & Foot Hygiene Cream – Daily use of a good quality dedicated treatment routine will penetrate more effectively after exfoliation and will keep the skin moisturised and healthy, providing optimum results quickly
- PURE Cracked Heel Treatment Balm – If cracks appear, apply the PURE Cracked Heel Treatment Balm