Curing cracked heels

Putting on the highest pair of stilettos possible is every woman’s prerogative, and the discomfort that can follow is just one of the sacrifices that we make in the name of fashion.

As great as they look, wearing the latest styles of shoes can leave our feet in a bit of a sorry state (you only have to look at Posh’s bunions to see this!)

Wearing ill fitting and uncomfortable shoes are a common cause of cracked heels- which can be both painful and unsightly. There’s no need to confine those stilettos to the back of the wardrobe and reach for the flats though, as you can sooth and repair cracked heels by following a few simple steps.

The first step in your fight against cracked heels is exfoliation. The thought of exfoliating raw, cracked skin may be slightly unpleasant, but trust us- it can make all the difference. Using The Ultimate Buffing Cloth by Dermalogica, in conjunction with Dermalogica Conditioning Body Wash, can help to gently but effectively eliminate roughness and reveal fresh, smoother skin.

After exfoliating, your next step is to use an intensive moisturiser, such as Dermalogica Ultra Rich Body Cream– which is specifically designed to intensely hydrate extra dry areas without leaving behind a greasy residue.

So, combat cracked heels and wear your stilettos in style this spring.

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