We look after our feet

We look after our feet

How do you think the baths of warm vegetable oil contribute to improving the skin of the feet, eliminating cracks on the heels?

— Improve the skin and cracks will go away, however, if a person there are no serious internal diseases.
For example, if you or the ground barefooted like, or because of excess weight, the heels cracked, then the oil baths help very well. With a serious internal disease that causes cracks, such baths go as an auxiliary, supporting procedure against the background of adequate treatment of this disease.

To improve the condition of the nails, you can simply rub the vegetable oil into the nails.
And it is best to rub linseed oil. I always use chemist’s linseed oil for nail care all the time and recommend it to my patients. Flaxseed oil contains more keratin (which is the main component of nails and hair) compared to other vegetable oils, it softens the nail plate well, makes the nail elastic, strengthens its natural shine.
As a result, the nails cease to be brittle and exfoliate. It is best to rub a warm linseed oil into your nails — this will give an accelerated effect.

It is important: to do pedicure correctly at home — so that the skin of the feet is in order, and the nails do not grow, and it was pleasant to look at the feet.
— Let’s analyze this process step by step.
If you have nail polish left, remove it with a special liquid.
Cutting nails for a pedicure at right angles.
Take care not to cut off the nails below the tips of your toes and do not cut off the nails on the sides. Using a file, give the nails a square or a slightly rounded shape.
Apply a special cream to soften the cuticle. While he it is absorbed, it is easy to rub dry soles and heels with a saw or pumice for legs.
If you do not like to cover your nails with varnish, preferring a natural normal shine of your nails, then in a circular motion rub in warm nibbles and then polish the nails with a velvet rag — I myself always do so.

Hold your feet for 5-10 minutes in warm water, in which you can add bath salt and a little soap or, if your nails have turned yellow, then add a little shower gel and a teaspoon of hydrogen peroxide into the water for their bleaching.
Without pressure, push back the skin at the base of the nails with a fingernail, the tip of which is wrapped in a thin layer of cotton wool soaked in oil with vitamin E (oil for pedicure is sold in salon stores, it’s also very good to use burdock or linseed oil, but you can use any vegetable oil), then rub your fingers wet
a terry cloth. Treat the feet with exfoliating scrub to remove coarser skin. Remember that on dry skin scrub does not work.
Rinse your feet thoroughly, grease them with cream, lift and rest for ten minutes.
Remove the excess cream from the nails with a cotton swab dipped in the nail polish remover. Roll rolls from pieces of thin tissue or paper napkins and insert them between the fingers.
Apply a base layer, and only then two layers of varnish. The fact is that since the varnish has a color, the nails can soak up the color and color, so at first a protective layer is applied.

The varnish is applied with three strokes: one on the center and one on each side of the nail.
If the lacquer hit the cuticle, remove it with a nail polish dipped in a liquid to remove varnish.
Allow the nails to dry for an hour (lift your legs and rest) — remember that the longer you dry the lacquer, the longer it holds.

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