Tough Winter, Soft Feet



Winter can be cold, harsh and fairly cruel to your skin, but it doesn't need to be tough on your feet. Find out what it takes to maintain soft and beautiful feet during cold winter days.

1. Give your feet some extra care

The chilly winter days may mean that your feet are constantly wrapped up in thick socks and boots but that doesn't mean you can forget all about looking after them until springtime. A regular foot care routine is just as important during the winter as it is at other times of the year to prevent a buildup of hard skin and calluses and to keep your feet beautiful and soft. Try and make time at least once a week for a foot care session and your feet will thank you for it.


2. Exfoliate

Removing a buildup of hard skin isn't just for the sandal season when your feet are on show. Regularly buffing your soles with a foot file, even in winter, will prevent a buildup of thickened skin and calluses, which can otherwise cause pressure and pain if you spend a lot of time on your feet.

Keep feet beautiful and soft with the Amopé Pedi Perfect™ Electronic Foot File with Diamond Crystals™, an electronic foot file with a roller surface furnished with microgranulates that help you buff away hard skin quickly and effortlessly, so you can spend more time getting cozy on the sofa and still be party ready at a moment’s notice!


3. Make moisturizing your feet part of your beauty routine

The combination of cold weather outside and hot, dry central heating inside can play havoc with the moisture levels of our skin. Our faces may take the brunt of it but feet can suffer too, leaving soles and heels looking dry, peeling and worst case scenario, with painful cracks.

Pre-empt problems by making moisturizing your feet part of your daily foot care routine, just like brushing your teeth. Use a specially formulated foot cream that's rich in hydrating ingredients to really help tackle dryness. 

Amopé Pedi Perfect™ Extra Rich Skin Recovery Foot Cream is perfect for cozy nights in, as you can massage it into your feet before bedtime, put on some cotton bed socks to really lock in the moisture, and wake up in the morning with silky smooth feet. 

What could be easier?