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A: Absolutely! Using your body scrub on your feet will most likely do the trick. But if your heels are particularly dry and cracked, a foot scrub might exfoliate more effectively.
A: If your heels are very dry, you may need to apply cream every night, as well as use a lighter lotion for daytime. But some people will find that using an intensive cream every other night works fine.
A: Try wrapping the feet in plastic wrap before putting on your cotton socks for a more intense hydrating treatment.
A: Unless you have a specific form of dermatitis and your doctor advises you to avoid exfoliation, using a gentle exfoliating product twice weekly should actually help with the dryness rather than making it worse. Follow up with a soothing cream and if irritation does occur, exfoliate once a week or every other week.
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