Poll posted by BR Natalie
Here's our foot fact of the day - the skin on our feet has no oil glands. This means the skin is naturally dry. Ever wonder why your feet seem sweatier than the rest of your body? You feeit rely on the thousands of sweat glands to keep them cool and moisturised.
Which means if you don't moisturise your feet on a regular basis you're going to end up with very dry feet. And very dry feet lead to 3 things - cracked skin, flaky skin and thick skin. Now prevention is better than cure, but never fear - if you've let things fall by the wayside beneath your ankles there are things you can do.
Top of the list is to remove the dry skin. And to do that you need an exfoliant of sorts.
The Body Shop Peppermint Smoothing Pumice Foot Scrub uses volcanic rock to "slough away rough patches of hardened skin". An exfoliating not only removes the dry and dead skin, it will stimutalte circulation and give your tootsies a nice foot rub.
Once you've exfoliated we'd recommend slathering your feet in a rich moisturiser, popping on a pair of cotton socks and watching a couple of episodes of Downton Abbey. Your feet will thank you!
If you'd like a spot on the trial team for this Pumice Foot Scrub, why not tell us about your feet - do you suffer from dry skin? What exfoliant do you currently use?