1. Peppermint Foot Scrub - Soak your feet in water for a few minutes and then apply a foot scrub like this one (this could be done at the end of your shower). Massage along your feet to remove the rough, dry skin. If your feet have gotten very bad it could take a few times to get them back to perfect. Rinse and dry off.
2. Sephora Foot File - Now gently use a foot file to remove even more of the unwanted dry, rough skin.
3. Foot Beauty Cream - Next, you will want to apply some kind of non-greasy lotion like this to moisturize your feet and to help them remain soft and smooth.
4. Deborah Lippman Cuticle Remover and Cuticle Pusher - Now use a cuticle remover like this Deborah Lippman one to soften and remove dry, dead cuticle skin. Use the round edge of a cuticle pusher to aide in this process.
5. Beach Bum Blu Essie Nail Polish - Pick an awesome nail polish color and apply to dry nails. I'm partial to slightly metallic, shiny polishes like this Beach Bum Blu. I like the extra shine and I think it helps to hide my mistakes.
6. Julep Quick Dry Drops - If you are impatient like I am when it comes to waiting for polish to dry use some quick dry drops. I keep these Julep ones on hand and they really work. After painting your nails you just drop 1-2 drops on each nail and wait like a minute and they are dry.