Even though your Big Day may be different to what you thought it would be, you still want to look and feel your absolute best. Your wedding day beauty schedule includes your hair, face and nails, but don’t forget about your feet! Your beautiful feet will walk you down the aisle and into your next big adventure; marriage. A pedi right before your Big Day isn’t enough to take care of dry, cracked heels, but we’ve got three steps to having happy, pretty feet on your wedding day. With the help of Flexitol‘s incredible range, an at-home pedi routine is enough to have you waving goodbye to cracked heels.
Break in your wedding shoes
We couldn’t think of anything more uncomfortable than donning a brand new pair of heels without first wearing them in. You’ll be on your feet all day, from the moment you walk down the aisle to the moment you step off the dancefloor and into your car at the end of the night. Make sure you are ready for the occasion by wearing your wedding shoes and breaking them in. Your feet will thank you!
Treat dry, cracked heels
But how? You’ve tried different creams and nothing has worked. Well, this is where Flexitol comes in. Include Flexitol Heel Balm in your daily beauty routine. With a highly effective combination of 25% urea and a blend of emollients, which contribute to healthier, softer, well-nourished skin, it’s no wonder 94% of people agreed that Flexitol is better than their current foot care product*.
*Home Tester Club panel
Moisturise, moisturise, moisturise
You don’t want dry, flaky feet on your Big Day, so give your feet some TLC! Get silky smooth skin by moisturing daily with Flexitol Moisturising Foot Cream. This super nourishing cream boasts 10% urea and it absorbs easily into your skin, so you can use it every day on both your feet and legs.
Flexitol products are available from pharmacies nationwide!
This is a sponsored post by Flexitol.
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Kelly is a former wedding planner and a lover of anything pink. She believes that any bride can plan her own wedding, with a few tips and helpful tools.