Beauty News and Tips


#1

so the woman that comes and does Louise’s manicure has suggested that my continued use of

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on the hard skin on my feet is not a good idea. But she declined to recommend something more appropriate. So can the wisdom of the abattoir recommend something to deal with foot hard skin more gently


#2

Flexitol cream is incredible, lots of folks use it as it has loads of urea in it . I used to prescribe it all the time and it was very effective


#3

are you a quack?


#4

urea? can’t I just soak my feet in piss


#5

You’ve got a shit choice in shoes so piss won’t be too different :grin:


#6

What about one of these, you can use it in the bath then

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#7

I suffer from flapjack foot so have just ordered some Flexitol thank you.


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#9

Amputation below the knee :+1: Then you’ll kill two birds by getting rid of the ugly ankles too :grin:


#10

Narelle insists I use one of these…

Scholl Express Pedi. It’s easy to use, remarkably effective and has replaceable rollers.

Now fuck off to Mumsnet or grow a pair :roll_eyes:


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#12

Genuine question: why is hard skin on your feet an issue?


#13

I use a Ped Egg grater.

Then ask the kids if they want Parmesan on their pasta.

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#14

it has split on my heal and is sore so i asked the manicurist that comes to do Louises feet. We did a lot of walking over the weekend

i told her i used the ryobi palm sander to get rid of hard skin and she recommended some cream


#15

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#16

My missus says “Scholl Cracked Heel Repair Cream”.


#17

yes true


#18

ah that’s the one the manicurist recommended me. :sunglasses:


#19

I would recommend supergluing your crack.

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As for your feet, I have no idea.


#20

If your circulation is at all compromised then callouses can become thick enough to compress the underlying tissue and restrict the blood flow in it, especially if you wear snug-fitting shoes.

The best treatment is regular visits to a gentle sylph-like podiatrist who will tend your feet in a soothing manner.

VB