I just wanted to say thank you very much to everyone who participated in my survey!
I know, I know. R&W is all about fun and not making my readers do extra work. I’m sorry…
Your comments and ratings were helpful. You should know that I’m taking them all very seriously.
I have some plans for Raviolis & Waterworks and I wanted all of you to take part in it.
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An anonymous commenter left me a future post request that I just had to answer right away.
Not only was it appropriate for Halloween season, but many would consider it an emergency condition.
Bonus points for the reader that can figure out who our mystery survey taker was!
Ten ways to get rid of zombie feet.
1. Cut your toe nails bi-weekly.
Every other Saturday, I either take a few minutes to groom my toe nails myself or get a pedicure.
I rock professional pedicures during sandal season and skip them during boot season!
2. Moisturize your feet daily.
One of the first things I do after my morning shower, is moisturize my feet with CoCoa Butter cream.
Not to mention, cocoa butter cream smells absolutely delicious. Why wouldn’t you do this?!
3. Sleep with Vaseline and socks on your feet.
Before bed, I slather Vaseline on my heels and protect it with my husband’s socks.
May I suggest asking your husband before stealing his socks. Mine wasn’t too happy with this at first…
4. Let your toe nails breathe.
As much as I love to have colored toes, I always let my nails go naked a while so they have time to breathe.
If you don’t rock natural nails for a few days in between mani/pedis, your nails will turn yellow. Ew.
5. Periodically soak your feet in treated water.
Before home pedicures, I soak my feet in a tub filled with water, apple cider vinegar, and baby oil.
This not only moisturizes, but makes it real easy to cut my own cuticles and scrape away dead skin.
6. Invest in paraffin treatments.
I try and do this a couple of times a year, typically before sandal season and sometime mid-winter.
You’re skin feels it’s best right after the paraffin treatment is peeled off. Oh, how I love that!
7. Don’t walk around barefoot.
Walking around barefoot is unsanitary and a great way to get things like foot fungus and warts.
All I can say to this is, bleh gag barf!!!!!
8. Wear shoes that fit.
Believe it or not, your feet can shape themselves to your shoes. Make sure shoes fit and are comfortable.
I’m always seeing ladies with slanted toes and horrible bunions which can be attributed to tight shoes.
9. Remove chipped nail polish.
You’re feet may be in mint condition, but chipped polish can still make them appear like zombie feet!
For the love of God, invest in polish remover and rock natural nails in between fresh coats of paint!
10. Stay away from zombies.
The most important tip of all is: If you don’t want to have zombie feet, stay the hell away from zombies!
I mean, with all the zombie TV shows around, we all know how this works already, don’t we?!
How do you get rid of zombie feet?