A Nurse’s Secret to Soft Feet

Soft FeetPedicures. Nurses stand on their feet and walk most of their shifts. As such, the nursing profession is very hard on a nurse’s feet. It is no secret that unattended a nurse’s feet is at risk to become calloused and hardened. Moreover, dry weather, feet are especially vulnerable and can become cracked and unsightly. Yet some people always mange to have feet that are baby soft? How is this possible? The answer is regular pedicures. Pedicures can be done at home or at a salon. We recommend regular feet care between pedicures for consistently soft feet. Here is how:


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