Foot products to boost your summer style

Published On: Aug 06 2014 11:22:10 AM EDT
Updated On: Jul 24 2014 12:58:45 PM EDT

Local 4 style editor John Jordan offers summer pedicure advice.

Summer is all about sun and sandals. And no one wants a bad pedicure to ruin their summer style.

Local 4’s style editor Jon Jordan has put together this list of foot-friendly products: 

  • Sole Serum: An amazing new luxury foot serum that gently melts away pain from heels, flats or sandals. Sole Serum’s proprietary blend includes lavender, peppermint and tea tree oils combined with 4% lidocaine. Lavender has natural anti-inflammatory properties which reduce pressure and swelling. Peppermint oil cools the feet and acts as a natural pain reliever, tea tree oil kills bacteria and lidocaine calms the foot’s sensory neurons.
  • Volcano Foot Mask: Thick kaolin and pumice draw out deep down dirt and slough off rough skin. Fresh papaya and lemon juices cleanse, as well as tomatoes, potatoes and anti-fungal essential oils to deodorize against odor and foot gremlins.
  • Foot Peel: Really cool new product that peels the dead skin off your feet. 17 types of natural extracts exfoliate and moisturize at the same time. The principal ingredient of Baby Foot is fruit acid which is very gentle and penetrates into the layers of dead skin cells to break down the desmosomes which hold the layers together. By this process, skin is undamaged but peels easily away from the fresh layer beneath. After peeling, your feet are reborn just like a baby’s foot, giving you healthy, beautiful feet.
  • Londontown nail polish: Celebrity favorite, LONDONTOWN is a luxury line of 5-free, long lasting nail polish formulated to create a molecular bond with the base coat and a top coat to prevent chipping, peeling and cracking. Infused with natural oils and minerals such as vitamin B7, cucumber and garlic oil to nourish and heal the nail from within.

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