How To Give Yourself An Amazing At-Home Pedicure


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.


Pedi Party

Epsom Salt Soaking Solution


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


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



3. Clip & File

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

Marula Cuticle Oil


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


Formula X

Base Coat



Nail Lacquer in Strike A Pose



Skin Rejuvenating Socks



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.