By LightningRod - 18/10/2021 11:00
By Anonymous - 17/10/2021 08:01
Hey, OP here. I lotion my feet multiple times a day. I also work at a place that requires me to constantly be on my feet. It's not like I don't try to fix it. I've had it for a long time now, I even have my own pedicure instruments and sugar scrub, but it doesn't help get my feet 100% smooth.
By driving me crazy - 26/05/2017 16:00
By Anonymous - 13/12/2020 17:01
By jetlagged - 16/01/2011 17:17
By Anonymous - 29/12/2020 20:01
By Princess ? - 12/04/2020 14:00
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Maybe time for a pedicure? Some exfoliation and good lotion would do you some good. Take care of yourself!
Well that sounds a little unpleasant I shan't lie. But on the positive side it doesn't bother your boyfriend and he actively uses it whilst still cuddling with you so it's not all bad right?
#12 that's quite true but sadly some people do still think that way in relationships and sometimes the people with them do things they normally wouldn't to appease them. Personally I usually think girls look better with little to no makeup etc but point is if you like wearing makeup (or perhaps having scaley feet) go for it, nobody should get to decide that for you and anyone who cares enough about you and is worth your time should be happy you're happy... Just you know, if you do choose to have scaley snake feet don't expect them to want to touch them.
In a way, I see nothing wrong with someone breaking up with their partner for not taking care of themselves. Not necessarily over one thing like feet, though. I had an ex who didn't take care of himself. Didn't eat his fruits and veggies, didn't brush his teeth, showered once a week.....god he was gross.
Shower then use pumice stone to scrub away the dead skin. After that use any decent foot cream designed to tackle dry skin. Also, think about changing footwear, this can also lead to manky ass feat.
Ew, you know it's time for lotion when your feet become leg scratchers. Try to slather on some lotion and wrap them in some soft socks before bed.
As #7 said: it's a personal hygiene issue. If you neglect your feet this bad ... well, I shudder to think about the potential condition of your intimate feminine anatomy. Ewwww.
I completely agree with 51. The FML doesn't say how old op is either, unfortunately as women get older they're feet tend to get dryer and it's harder to lock in moisture. My mom has really dry/rough feet. She keeps them clean, puts lotion on, sometimes sleeps with lotion and socks, but nothing but a good pedicure really helps and even then it won't turn out baby smooth. Pedicures also cost a bit and isn't something she can do every 2 weeks. Moral of the story, it isn't a hygienic issue, & even though there are some things that can help, nothing can permanently cure the issue.