If you want lovely looking heels, you need to tend to them (and not forget them). It doesn’t take much effort or time.
The best way to take care of your heels is to use a pumice or heel exfoliating brush to scrub and loosen dead skin cells. This can be done easily in the shower. It doesn’t take much time or effort. Just doing this every time you have a shower will help immensely and prevent cracks from getting deeper and becoming a bigger problem.
If you have time, you can soak your feet in warm soapy water before exfoliating. This helps to soften the skin.
Once you have loosened, removed and exfoliated the dead skin around your heels, you then need to nourish them!
At this point, your feet will be screaming for nourishment. I know mine do. In my experience, after I have exfoliated, my heels feel quite dry. Before getting into bed, I get my rich nourishing foot balm and rub it in. Not just the heels, but all over my feet. If it’s winter, I then put on some clean cotton socks before rolling into bed.
Doing this routinely (every time you get in the shower) will have your heels looking and feeling more like they should.