A Guide to Taking Care of Your Aging Feet
Just as our faces go through the aging process, our feet do too. Our feet experience drier skin as we get older because our sweat glands are less active, making hydration very important. Bunions and calluses are other common foot problems as we age. We can maintain our foot health by paying attention to our feet, and by having the proper tools and products on hand to care for them.*
Once a week, inspect your feet and use a file on dry skin to smooth any rough spots. Then, apply a quality foot moisturizer. Feet that are taken care of not only look great, but they feel better too.
Watch the video below to see how we care for corns and calluses.
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