Two Feet Foot Soak
Two Feet Foot Soak
In my past life, I was a Cosmetologist. Driving to the state board to take my exam with a courageous and good friend, I thought the cosmetology career choice was one where I would learn and grow. It turns out; I hated the chemical process. It was not a pleasure for me to know that many of the procedures involved chemically breaking down the skin during facials, the nail bed during manicures, hair during the perm and relaxer process, and some hair removal applications. Maneuvering through the different salons allowed me to work with all hair types until I no longer had an interest.
For me, hair was the end. My new interest was manicuring. The first class I went to continue my education was Tammy Taylor. She had a new fiberglass product. I took the class to learn how to use the product. My Tammy Taylor kit and tips were in a tackle box along with my API polish in every shade I could afford. The salon that hired me was plush and welcoming from my workstation to the pedicure area. It was manicurist heaven of sorts.
One for Me
I went on to take several classes, and the only thing that led me to be concerned was the recommendation to wear a mask. The instructor emphasized the need to wear a mask for safety reasons. See, the fiberglass is lightweight. Fiberglass particles are practically invisible and very damaging when inhaled regularly thus the mask. Imagine sitting down after greeting and showing your client to his or her chair to place a cover on your face. What is the answer to the question, "Why do you put on that mask?" Well ...
To use this product at home, gather these items.
- Foot bath or tub big enough for both feet
- Two towels – one to place under the foot bath to keep it steady and one to dry your feet
- Comfortable chair
- 30 - 45 minutes of your time
- Foot kit or this product, soap, scrub, and cream
- Peroxide (optional) If challenged with Athlete’s Foot or Fungus
Two Feet Foot Soak is the first step in the process of caring for your feet. Soaking the feet not only loosens the dead skin and dirt but it relieves stress challenges. Allow your feet to sit in the warm water for at least 10 – 15 minutes longer if you have the time.
- Fill the foot bath or tub halfway with warm water.
- Add peroxide to warm and ¼ cup of Two Feet Foot Soak.
- Soak your feet for at least ten minutes longer if you have the time.
- If you have the kit, follow up with step two and three. Dry your feet thoroughly.
- If you have the kit, apply Two Feet Foot Cream to finish the task.
The suggestions provided within this text are not meant to diagnose or treat any ailment, infection, or disease. Please consult a doctor or podiatrist for any foot ailment. If you have a circulation or diabetic challenge, please consult with your physician before using this product.