Lets Do An At Home Pedi With Lexurious!

Did you know that foot soaks have the power to alleviate symptoms from colds and flu, to abdominal pain and more. Foot soaks increase your overall body temperature, which can relieve muscle and mental tension, alleviate stress and increase white blood cell activity. All of this boosts your immune system, which prevents sickness and increases your overall health and well-being. Our Calendula Bath soak is the perfect blend of both Himalayan Sea Salt and Epsom Salt to create a relaxing and detoxifying foot bath. Soaking your feet in a foot bath also helps to loosen the build up of dead cells. Dead skin cells can lead to hardened skin or calluses, which can cause pain if not taken care of properly. Apply the Lexurious Skin Care Body scrub to your feet and use a pumice stone or foot scrapper to buff those calluses away. Follow up with either the Golden Body Elixir or Body Butter to seal in that moisture. Below is a step by step guide to a quick, easy, yet effective at home pedicure routine.
  1. Prep your nails for your at-home pedicure. This is that perfect time to take off you old chipped polish.

  2. Soak your toes and feet. Grab a foot tub of your choice and fill it with warm/hot water. Add you your Calendula Bath Soak and a few drops of the Golden Body Elixir. 

  3. Get rid of any dead skin. Use the Body Scrub and massage away the dead skin on your feet to reveal new, soft supple skin.

  4. Trim your toenails. Once your feet are smooth, it's time to whip your toenails into shape. Reach for classic nail clippers to trim and cut your nails.

  5. Time to show your cuticles some love by working in a few drops of Golden Body Elixir. It'll make a major difference in their shine, health, and the overall strength of your nails.

  6. With your Lexurious Skin Care Body Butter, begin massaging your toes, feet, and calves until, well, you wanna stop. Not only will this massage feel amazing, but it'll also help hydrate your feet after all that scrubbing and soaking. Finish off by grabbing a cotton pad soaked with rubbing alcohol to clean the surface of each nail, removing any oily residue that could prevent your polish from sticking.

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