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Weekend Well-Being: Get a Pedicure

Winter is a beautiful time of year, filled with days on the mountain, nights sipping hot cocoa, and snuggling in front of a good movie.

Unfortunately, winter and feet don't really get along too well. You're always cramming your toes into boots that don't let your feet breathe. I hate how my feet feel so constricted - my feet are always cold, so they're usually hidden away in socks.

The heat you crank up to battle the frigid air totally dries out your skin, and the soles of your feet are left hard and cracked. I hate the way they feel so dry, and it's embarrassing when I go to a Pilates or yoga class, where your feet are bare.

So, why not treat yourself to a pedicure? They'll lovingly clean and massage your tootsies, leaving you feeling relaxed and calm. And you can say goodbye to rough heels, because they'll get rid of the dead skins cells, leaving your skin soft and moisturized. Your feet will feel more fresh and alive, and they'll look good too.

In the winter, you don't want to ruin your pedicure by shoving your toes back into your boots. Check out these Bootie Pies - they're boots made especially for pedicured toes. They're warmer than flip-flops, so you can protect your feet from the cold without smudging your polish.

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crispet1 crispet1 8 years
Very ugly.
crispet1 crispet1 8 years
Very ugly.
redegg redegg 8 years
These are just embarrasing. I think they're adorable in the ad but I wouldn't be able to walk down the street in them. I would have to fake a limp like I had a cast on because that's what they look like to me... but wait they'd be on both feet! :jog:
quietriott quietriott 8 years
another good alternative is to let them dry a little bit, apply cuticle oil to all of them and cover them with saran-wrap before putting on your socks, shoes or boots.
phatE phatE 8 years
or you could just cut the toes out of your uggs.
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