How to Get Your Feet Sandal-Ready

A step-by-step guide (9 Photos)

Elizabeth Weiss McGolerick on Jun 10, 2010 at 12:58PM

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Step 1: Soak

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a Elizabeth Weiss McGolerick on Jun 10, 2010 at 1:03PM

A good pedicure begins by pampering. Margot Grant, the beauty director of Elizabeth Grant skin care and beauty products, suggests beginning your pedicure by soaking your feet for 15-30 minutes. "This will really soften the skin and allow a scrub to work even harder on those calloused areas," says Grant. In addition to softening and deodorizing, Thymes Essential Foot Soak ($5 at Thymes.com) relieves stiffness, minor aches and swelling.

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