Joanie Smith Recipe

FOOT SMOOTHER

By Joanie Smith GRANNYJOANIE


Rating:
Serves:
1
Prep Time:
Method:
No-Cook or Other
Comments:

This is how I have removed all the dry skin from my feet for about 20 years.I wear open shoes a lot so my feet get really dry.Foot creams leave my feet feeling oily.
You have to be really careful to rinse it off well so you don't fall
in the tub.

Ingredients

1 jar(s)
plastic screw top about 1 cup size
1 c
epsom salt,i get mine at walmart
1/8 apx. c
baby oil,i just squirt it in til it is moist

Directions Step-By-Step

1
After your done washing all over just scoop out half a hand full and rub it all over your feet and rinse it off.If your in a shower be sure to rinse the bottom of your foot well so you don't fall.
2
The first time you may feel it burn a little if you have really cracked skin.
3
It only takes 2 or 3 times but your feet will be soft and pretty.Continue useing it to keep the flakes away.

About this Recipe

Main Ingredient: Non-Edible or Other
Regional Style: American
Other Tags: Quick & Easy, Healthy

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11 Comments

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Joanie Smith GRANNYJOANIE
Aug 27, 2013
Hi Judy,
Yes some people do scary things out of desperation.My dad would use sand paper.
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Judy Wisenburn Padoo
Aug 26, 2013
That seems awful I know but when i was a kid my Mother would take a straight double edge razor and slice off her calluses. Too scary for me!
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Judy Wisenburn Padoo
Aug 26, 2013
Thanks I'm definitely going to try this. My feet have been so dry, cracked & painful that I've used a toenail clipper to remove the sharp dry skin. At times the cracks are deep and my feet have raw areas. I hope this cream helps.
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Mike Chetty MikesKitchen
Sep 21, 2012
kia ora....Good on you, I will get onto it immediately...
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Joanie Smith GRANNYJOANIE
Sep 21, 2012
Hi Mike,
I mix the baby oil with the Epsom salt and keep it in a plastic screw type container in the shower and scoop some out and rub all over my feet and rinse it off.Usually I am already in the shower so my feet are already wet and clean.Now with real dry feet it may sting a little the first time.
That's just the Epsom salt working.I don't think it can hurt your feet so how often you use it up to you.After a few times my calluses and cracking were gone so my feet we more sensitive to grass and stones .
I hope that helps.