Have you ever noticed when you get a pedicure how much dry skin they remove, you can see all the flakes lying around your feet, eegghh! Once the treatment is finished your feet are smooth, soft and hydrated, you leave the salon and your feet are like brand new. Then after a couple of weeks you have forgotten about your feet and they start growing calluses and become dry, hard and scaly.
The skin on your feet is just the same as the skin on the rest of your body, the dead skin build up is a continual process as your skin renews itself. If we don’t slough off that top layer of dead skin it will accumulate and you will get rough dry patches on your body, the skin looks dull and crepy. A sure sign of dry skin is when you can feel the rough skin on your elbows.
Easiest way to fix this is by dry body brushing daily. Personally if I forget to dry brush and my elbows have become rough, it only takes a few days of dry brushing and the skin on my elbows are soft and hydrated, the rest of my skin has a lovely sheen to it, vibrancy!
You can overcome dry skin with a bit of consistency. Get the results you want and dedicate a little time each day to you!