Wintertime can really take a big toll on your skin. From the dry air, the hot showers, and nipping wind, your skin tends to become dry. Our feet seem to be especially affected. It seems that you go to bed in the fall, and wake up two weeks later with ankles that are rough, cracked, and sometimes bleeding.
So just how can you provide your feet with the best wintertime care? What can you do to take care of that difficult area of skin?
Do You Have to Take Care of Your Feet?
While we often take very good care of the skin on our face and neck, and most people do a decent job of caring for the skin on their arms and legs, many people tend to overlook that which they can't see: their feet, especially the bottoms.
It seems the season of boots, especially, tends to give people the idea that their