Spring is Here! Time to revamp your Foot Care Routine

Spring is here and it is marvelous! Springtime is also one of our most favorite times of the year as it is a symbolizes new beginnings and fresh starts. The sun is coming out, the flowers are starting to bloom, and students and teachers alike are gearing up for a fun-filled summer!

Another reason to celebrate spring: Spring Cleaning. We feel lighter and more purposeful when we clear out the clutter which is why jumping on the spring cleaning bandwagon is a tradition most repeat each year. We can’t get enough of the clean-up!

When you undertake your spring cleaning routine, don’t forget your beauty and health products! When you’re in the mood to do a bit of spring organizing, it’s the perfect opportunity to get rid of any dormant or unused products and give your overall skincare routine and foot care routine a much-needed revamp after the dry winter months.

First things first…

Before you start narrowing down the best products to include in your foot care routine, let’s have a chat about labels. While the FDA doesn’t require manufacturers to put an expiration label on their products, most do. This PAO label (Period After Opening) is usually a number followed by an M representing the number of months it should be used for after opening. A label with 36M means you should be good to use that product for a solid three years after opening it. 

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The next time you purchase a new beauty product, or when you’re next browsing the aisles at the store, look and see if you can find the PAO label. It’s so interesting to learn how the differing quality in the ingredients impacts the expiration of the product.

Next up: improving your foot care routine

Now that you’ve narrowed down your products to only those whose PAO dates still make them valid and safe to use, let’s take a look at your foot care routine and the products you’re using to rejuvenate your skin after a long winter.

We offer a full regimen of products that amplify your foot care routine to heal and ward against dry, cracked skin on your feet.

First, start with an exfoliating product like our Multi-Acid Foot Exfoliating Treatment Pads. You’ll be able to give your feet a fresh, clean slate of soft skin with this quick nightly routine.

Next, polish your heels to maintain that velvety smooth feel. Use our BHA Resurfacing Toner Pads daily to keep your heels from drying out as the weather changes. These pads are the lowest maintenance foot care routine you’ll ever implement, which makes it a sustainable routine when life gets busy.

Our Ultra Hydration Oil is the perfect next step in your spring foot care routine. Dry skin begone with this top-selling product!

Your last step is to boost or enhance the results you’ll achieve with daily use of our other products in our foot care regimen by applying our B3 Repair Serum. Only a small amount of this product is needed to repair and rejuvenate the skin on your heels to keep them perfect all year long!

 

If you’d like to make a change to improve your foot care routine this spring, don’t sleep on the regimen prescribed here! In fact, we’re offering an easy way to get started with our Multi-Acid 5-Pad Sampler Pack! We’re offering this sample pack for just $5 when you purchase using coupon code TRYFOR5. Get yourself a set today, and then let us hear how it’s working for you!

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I love Roots & Bloom!

My feet are finally soft and smooth--all the time. I've been using the Exfoliating Pads for over a month now. I don't want to be without them.

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