We've all heard the line "A man's heart is through his stomach." And sure, who doesn't't love a great meal, especially when someone cooks it for you! However, being a great cook is not what touches deep into a man's sole, excuse the pun, but actually it's a pair of well-groomed feet.

Why you need happy feet this holiday season

Why you need happy feet this holiday season

When looking for the perfect match, many men admit they secretly love a woman who takes care of her feet. With a clean spring in her step, taking pride in her polished toes is believed to be a reflection of her healthy lifestyle and beauty regime.

Chief Chemist and skin care expert, Seena Seka, from Pedi Care, has compiled his top three tips to get happy feet for a happy heart.

Smiling Soles

"Keep soles smiling with a monthly foot massage".

Not only is this relaxing, it helps stimulate good blood circulation and reduces stress levels which are extremely good for the heart, providing vital health benefits. Additionally, the treatment also softens the skin with the use of essential oils applied whilst massaging to leave your feet looking and feeling great too. You don't even have to go to an expensive salon, why not have pampering nights in with your friends and save your pennies as well as your toes?

Pretty Feet

"The key to beautiful feet is ensuing you take care of your cuticles and nail".

Sometimes less is more. Avoid cutting your cuticles, as this can lead to nail problems, such as ridges, white spots or white lines. Concentrate on shaping your nails correctly, a straight nail is a happy nail. It reduces the chances of developing in-growing toe nails which can be unattractive and extremely painful.

Maximum Moisturise

"Keep those heels hydrated to the max to prevent dry, cracked heels and build-up of hard skin".

Try a super hydrating foot treatment like Pedi Care Cracked Heel Repair Cream which locks in moisture and produces soft results with 48 hours. There is an important addition of Keratin formulated within that also helps renew skin cell structure helping your heels feel and look more healthy.

For further details on Pedicare -  http://www.lincocare.co.uk

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