Curel Foot Cream Give Away

It’s sandal season ladies! If you’re going to wear sandals this summer, a pedicure is a most. There’s nothing worst than seeing a lady with cracked, calloused heels and chipped polish sporting a pair of sandals. I try to visit the salon regularly for manicures and pedicures, but there are times when I just can’t keep my appointment. If time and/or finances are not on your side, a home pedicure is a perfect solution. Don’t have time for a full pedicure, try Curel Foot Cream for silky smooth feet.

I fell in love with Curel products long ago. I’m a regular user of their body lotion. Several months ago, I was given the opportunity to review their hand and foot cream. I’ve been hooked on the foot cream since the review. I’m here to promote it again. Why? Because it works. High heels are a big part of my dress. At this stage of my life, I refuse to give them up. My feet pay a serious price as a result, so regular foot care is a must for me. I’ve tried many products over the course of the years, but none has worked like the Curel foot cream. It’s nice and thick and non-greasy. Curel recommends that their foot lotion be used at night. I apply it every night before bed to keep my feet silky smooth between pedicures. I actually noticed the difference in the feel of my feet within days of using the cream. If I have an event on the week-ends, I use extra foot cream. I apply it in the morning with a pair of old socks while I’m lounging around. You can find Curel Foot Therapy at your local drug store for $4.99 a tube. Can’t beat the price for the product. I love the fact that the tube is small enough for travel too. Beach season is here, I don’t have to leave it behind. Make Curel Foot Cream a part of your daily beauty routine, you’ll be glad you did.

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This give away will end June 25, 2010 at mid-night. Give away is open to US Residents 18+ only. Two winners will be selected for this give away.

A Treat For Your Feet

Summer is around the corner, which means sandal season. There’s nothing worst than seeing women who wear sandals and their feet are screaming for attention. As mothers, we spend our time and energy on everyone and everything else and we neglect ourselves.

I’m learning to take me time, and I have to admit I am thoroughly enjoying it. I have a pedicure monthly now, but try to keep my feet soft and my polish fresh in between. I came across this chocolate foot scrub, and decided to try it. It smells delicious, removes dead skin and leaves your feet baby soft. I’m using it once a week.

Here it is:

  • 3/4 cup peppermint essential oil (I purchased mine on e-bay)
  • 5 tablespoons of grated chocolate, your choice
  • 1 cup sugar (I used white)


Mix all ingredients until it is thickened. You can add extra oil if it gets too thick. Store left overs in a jar. I used old an old Mason jar that I had saved to store mine. I tied a pretty bow on it and it’s sitting on my bath tub.

Soak your feet in a nice tub of foot soak for 15 minutes. Leave the water on your feet and massage the scrub onto your feet in a circular motion. Rinse. Before you completely dry your feet, use a little cuticle oil and a orange stick to push back your cuticles. Rinse again and than dry those tootsies. Finish your pedi with a good foot lotion. I normally use Bare Foot lotion, purchased from CVS, but I upgraded and I finished with a whipped chocolate lotion this time. The smell is devine, and it felt so good. Be sure to trim your nails properly and add a coat or two of polish or a clear color.
I would suggest that you use a base coat before you apply color and a top coat to finish. Use the top coat every 3 – 4 days to keep color fresh. Enjoy. This scrub can be used on elbows too. Leave a comment with your foot care tips. We want to try yours too.