How To Give Yourself An Amazing At-Home Pedicure

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Sandal season is finally here, and the last thing you want is to feel self-conscious showing off your heels and toes. While salon pedicures are a treat, time and budget constraints can make weekly visits hard to keep up. We suggest a little DIY job right in the comfort of your own home to keep your feet prepped and polished in all their summer-loving glory. Ahead, six easy steps to get you started.

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Epsom Salt Soaking Solution

$5

Dr. Teal's

1. Relax & Soak

Prep your feet by soaking them for 20 minutes in a tub of warm water and half a cup of Epsom salts, which help soften the skin and eliminate odor.

Foot Peel Lavender

$25

Baby Foot

2. Exfoliate

Got a case of gross calluses? Try this exfoliant that promises to leave your feet as soft as—you guessed it—a baby's. Steep in the treatment-filled boot for one hour, then wash off the gel. You'll see results in three to seven days as dead skin cells naturally peel off.

Mini Nail Rescue Kit

$22

Tweezerman

3. Clip & File

Shape, clip and clean your toenails with these essential tools for a smooth, fresh canvas.

Marula Cuticle Oil

$19

Ciaté London

4. Prep Cuticles

Clean up your cuticles by massaging in a hydrating oil and using a cuticle tool or fingers to push them back.

5. Polish

Select a fun neon color for summer, and don't forget to apply a base and top coat for a shiny, long-lasting result.

Condition Plus – Nail Conditioning Top Coat

$16

Formula X

Base Coat

$20

NARS

Nail Lacquer in Strike A Pose

$12

SpaRitual

Skin Rejuvenating Socks

$35

Iluminage

6. Moisturize

When your polish is fully dry, seal in hydration by wearing moisturizing socks to bed. These are laced with high-tech copper, which helps replenish dull, dry feet for a smoother texture.