Start with a Soak

Fill a basin with warm water and add in some Epsom salt, essential oils, or even a little bit of vinegar to help soften your skin and relax your muscles. Soak your feet for 10-15 minutes to prep them for the rest of your DIY treatment.


Use a foot scrub or pumice stone to gently slough away dead skin cells and calluses. Pay extra attention to rough patches on your heels and the balls of your feet. Your feet will feel smoother and softer in no time!


After you’ve exfoliated, it’s important to moisturize your feet to keep them hydrated and prevent dryness. Choose a rich foot cream or even just coconut oil to massage into your feet, paying extra attention to your heels and any areas of dryness.

Trim and File

Don’t forget to trim your toenails regularly and file any rough edges. Use a nail file to shape your nails and avoid cutting them too short, which can lead to ingrown toenails.

Take Care of Your Cuticles

Use a cuticle pusher to gently push back your cuticles, but avoid cutting them with scissors, which can lead to infection. Apply a cuticle oil to nourish your cuticles and prevent hangnails.

Finish with Polish

For a finishing touch, apply your favorite nail polish color. But make sure to let it dry completely before putting on shoes to prevent smudging!

With these easy do-it-yourself feet care tips, you can keep your feet feeling soft, smooth, and looking beautiful all year round – without breaking the bank!