When it comes to caring for my body, I always seem to forget about my feet. I will moisturies my whole body to high heavens, but when it comes to my feet-nothing. Nada. Nilch.
After seeing a woman who performs massages with her feet on This Morning, I decided that I should pay a bit more attention to my feet. Because she didn't have arms, her she focused on what she could do with her feet, and they looked really 'pretty' too, as far as feet can. They had a pink polish on them and looked really soft. I realised that I should give my feet a little more love. After all, they do so much for me...
Here's my little foot 'care package', which I quickly cobbled together from products lying around in my bathroom.
It consists of:
*a foot file from the Body Shop (euw, but dry feet need to be scrubbed!)
*toe separaters (which never seem to fit my toes properly)
*Johnson's Baby Lotion- I love this stuff. It absorbs really well and leaves my skin (almost) baby bottom soft.
*And finally an unbranded nail polish in a dusty pink colour.
For some reason I tend to think that I should wear more conservative colours on my toe nails. I usually go for more 'out there' colours on my nails- I'd pretty much try anything. But not on my feet. You'd think it'd be the other way round really, considering that my feet are hidden most of the time. I only 'wear' bare feet at home (I like to air them) and the only people who see them are my partner/the postman (my partner is not the postman, but I am sometimes caught unawares by posties delivering packages...er, yeah). But there you go. My feet must remain conservative and proper. Feet. It feels really weird to be talking about feet. Or rather writing about feet.
Anyway, my feet now feel more loved and looked after now, which is always a good thing.