How To Cure Ugly Feet

10 Ways To Cure Ugly Feet

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If you’re a fan of stiletto heels and long walks, chances are your feet look like they’ve been through the ringer.

No one likes having ugly feet, but a quick Internet search will show you how unlucky some of us have been. We’re all for sitting in a salon chair and getting our toes painted, but sometimes taking care of corns, calluses and yellow nails require another level of attention.

Contrary to popular belief, there a number of ways to pull off a foot makeover without surgery, expensive treatments or otherwise. With the right moisturizer, nail buffer and exfoliator, you’ll be ready to step out in those open toes pronto.

Keep reading for ten of our favorite foot care products and say goodbye to ugly feet!

Paul & Joe Beaute Treatment Balm, $30

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This lightweight balm, infused with orange honey, transforms into oil as it hits the skin. It’s the perfect product to use after taking a hot shower.

butter LONDON Horse Power Nail Fertilizer, $20

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If you have nasty, yellow nails or wear fake ones, this heavy duty polish will restore back to health.

blinc resurf.a.stic Callus, $40

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This luxe callus remover is gentle, but tough enough to soften those hard calluses.

Bliss Softening Socks, $52

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If you’re someone who wears heels everyday, these olive oil infused socks are a great at home spa treatment.

Barlean’s Coconut Oil, $14

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We swear by coconut oil for our face and it works just as well on feet. This specific oil isn’t too heavy and provide the perfect amount of moisture.

Lush Stepping Stone Foot Scrub, $5

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We’re a sucker for Lush’s handmade products and this foot scrub is no exception. Made with sea salt and citrus, this pumice stone should be in your shower asap.

Dr. Scholl’s One Step Corn Removers, $5

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Corns are super gross and Dr. Scholl’s is the only brand we trust to make them go away.

Sally Hansen Instant Cuticle Remover, $5

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One too many trips to the salon can be hard on cuticles. Soften and cut them down to size with this max strength dissolver.

Sephora Nail Buffer Block, $6

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Sometimes, a gray or yellow toe nail is just excess polish that’s too stubborn to come off with remover. A nail buffer is tough enough to get the job done.

Gold Bond Foot Spray, $7

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Lastly, if you love slip on sneakers, keep a bottle of Gold Bond handy for those hot summer days.

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