Foot Scrub Using Sandpaper

March 12, 2009 by Tarra Buluran  
Published in Skin

Who says that sandpaper can only be used in refining woods?

     

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Women, especially those who are feet-conscious, can now do and enjoy foot scrubbing in the comfort of their own home, using the unattractive and cheap sandpaper.  Aside from the fact that it is very light in the purse, it is time-saving and the effect is worth the try.

At first, cautiousness might as well snatch your mind, making you think more than twice about it.  But trying something new is just another way of discovering wonders which can be beneficial to you.

            Step 1:  Prepare a basin with ¼ to ½ liter of warm water.

            Step 2:  Drop on it about 1 ounce of cuticle remover, 1 ounce of evaporated milk, and half ounce of your favorite hair conditioner.

            Step 3:  Soak your feet in for 10-15 minutes to soften your skin.

            Step 4:  Rub the sandpaper on any rough surface before doing it on your soles so it won’t damage your skin.

            Step 5:  Then rub the sandpaper on your soles slightly and slowly until you achieve smoothness and softness.

            Step 6:  Dry your feet with a clean towel.  As a polishing touch, dab a cotton with cuticle remover and then brush it on your soles to make a rosy-pink impression.

Now you can walk down the street with less worries when men stare at you from head to toe.  Pretty feet are happy feet, and so are you.

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2 Responses to “Foot Scrub Using Sandpaper”
  1. Christine Ramsay Says:

    Good tips here. I might give them a try.

    Christine

  2. rajeev bhargava Says:

    very nicely written tips. i like it.


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