• Michelle Bilodeau

    DIY Solutions for Summer Dry Heels {pictured here ~ summer socks} if you take the time to moisturize your heels cover them at night several times a week you will be amazed at how soft your heels will stay despite the flip flop wearing season.

  • Coco of Summer

    "If you take the time to moisturize your heels and cover them at night several times a week you will be amazed at how soft your heels will stay despite the flip flop wearing season. " Soft, summer feet. Or, just walk on the sand...

  • Amy Plunkey

    never thought of cutting off the toes. then I wouldn't get so hot at night.. If you take the time to moisturize your heels and cover them at night several times a week you will be amazed at how soft your heels will stay despite the flip flop wearing season. such a good idea!

  • Janet Locklear

    moisturize your heels and cover them at night several times a week for soft heels during flip flop wearing season.

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