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Sunday. 3.25.07 3:38 pm
So my friend Beth told me a while ago that petrolatum jelly and saran wrap could do wonders for your feet. It'd make them soft and smooth and everything I've wanted my feet to be for quite a while.
She said that Vapo-rub could do even more... make them soft, as well as make your toes look better/kill toe-fungus.
She said that any lotion with alcohol in it was horrible for your feet. Makes sense.
She also sent me a link to this page, a bunch of different ideas on getting soft feet.
I hope she's right, and I hope bootleg vaporub will do the same...
I'll update, perhaps with pictures... hahaha, no, no pictures of my feet.
That would be creepy.
No, Dave doesn't like feet like that. I'm doing it because I want pretty feet, even though I know in a week they will be crusty and icky again.
Nope, I'm still on Icemelon :)
» Morpheus on 2007-03-25 03:43:29
vaseline does work.
i tried it!
» helloiloveyou on 2007-03-25 04:15:13
Does wonders! :) I can definitely attest to it. Thank you for the welcome back! I've missed your entries! :D
» little-b on 2007-03-25 04:49:55
Whoa my sis has the same problem! and she uses petroleum jelly. =)
And yeah, it works. But then when you stop applying for some time, it comes back again. :-/
» frostbitten on 2007-03-25 05:00:55
Yep. I'm back! Sort of...
I was watching Tyra and they did this thing with how to get smooth elbows but I bet it'd work with feet too. You're supposed to take Crisco (or the generic corn oil shortening of your choice) rub it on your elbows or feet as it were, and then you put a sock over it overnight. Supposedly, it'll sink into your skin overnight and you'll be baby smooth in the morning. I haven't tried it, but the short thing they did on Tyra's show seemed to work for them...
» Noacat on 2007-03-29 11:35:09
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