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Soften Your Dry Cracked Feet for Fashion Week

The winter weather can be harsh on your feet.  So what's a girl to do about those unsightly and not-so-sexy dry cracked heels?  Don't fret.  Everything She Wants has gone to tireless foot pampering efforts to find the answer.

Get pretty feet for Fashion Week./Tracy Hopkins
First, I got an amazing exfoliating foot scrub and hot towel treatment as part of a divine full body massage at Rescue Rittenhouse Spa in Philadelphia.  Then I visited Bliss in New York City for the spa's signature 60-minute Hot Milk and Almond pedicure.

And at home, these products have helped my happy feet:

Bliss Foot Patrol AHA Exfoliating Softening Cream ($18): This peppermint, aloe, and salicylic acid cream makes my feet feel tingly and silky smooth. The smell isn't the best, but it works.

Jamu Spa Jasmine Frangipani Body, Hand, and Foot Scrub ($35): Daily use will remove dead skin cells and improve energy, organically. The key ingredient of tumeric is an antioxidant and flower perfumes are meant to enhance feelings of love just in time for Valentine's Day!

Votre Vu Magni-Feet Magnificent Exfoliating Treatment for the Feet ($32): An exhilarating foot scrub that includes citrus extracts and tiny particles of bamboo to eliminate roughness and dead skin cells.

Votre Vu Tres Magni-Feet Magnificent Energizing Cream for the Feet ($29): This energizing cream is made with a bouquet of bright green verbena leaves, arnica, and chamomile -- blended with nourishing, hydrating and healing shea butter.

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  1. Mmm... pampered feet! That's super important, after all, these things get us everywhere so they deserve a TON of TLC! Thanks for the recommendations and I hope Fashion Week treats you and your feet well.

    Katie for Ouidad

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  2. Bliss Foot Patrol AHA Exfoliating Softening Cream - Works well. I would recommend this to a friend

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