Home Mani and Pedi? Don't Mind If We Do!

Colder days are coming, and our hands and feet are going to be long forgotten inside mittens and boots for the months ahead. But, that doesn't mean those fingers and toes can't stay sandal-ready all year long! We're here for smoother skin, softer soles, and chemical-free hydration, every season of the year!

With constant washing, and dry air all around, our hands can easily become dried out, peeling, and sore! In my bag, desk, and often my pocket, I like to keep a tube of Hand Balm! This convenient, grease-free stick goes on easily, absorbs nearly instantly, and leaves my hands feeling soft and soothed! It's a scent-free formula that offers deep-penetrating hydration, without any of the stickiness or goopiness that can come with many lotions and creams. As an added bonus, the solid formula is the very best for not spilling, squishing, or dripping all over the inside of your bag!

Now, let's talk about those feet! I tend to panic around May, trying to get my feet sandal-ready for the short summer months. But, why? Why am I spending over half the year with cracked heels, flaky callouses, and dry, peeling toes? Because out of sight, out of mind, right? Just like the laundry I've got shoved under the bed. Or, we could smooth on some Foot Balm and have beach-ready feet all year long! My favourite way to use the Foot Balm is while soaking in the tub. Apply a generous layer, let it soak in, and then gently exfoliate away all the dead skin, bringing out the smooth, soft skin that's been hiding underneath! 

The air is getting colder and dryer, and so is our skin! Take some time to treat yourself to some well-deserved TLC, and keep your skin feeling as hydrated and polished as can be, from head to toe!

Kelsey Kitt is a work-at-home mom of three in northern Alberta. When she's not chasing kids around, she is also a freelance copywriter, wine lover, and digital content creator. You can follower her and all her family's adventures on Instagram at @mommydoesntlie.


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