How to do a 5-minute pedicure at home

athomepediprev.pngIt’s almost sandals season, which means it’s time to get your feet in shape. If you have five minutes, you can do a simple pedicure at home that will leave your feet feeling soft and your toes looking pretty.

To soften your feet, fill the tub up with warm water and let your feet soak. Use an exfoliating scrub (try Dr. Scholl’s for Her Pumice Foot Scrub, $6.99 at beauty.com) to moisturize and refresh your feet.
After about two minutes, pat feet dry with a towel and moisturize with a lotion containing soothing peppermint (try Burt’s Bees Peppermint Foot Lotion, $8.99 at beauty.com).
Wipe toe nails with polish remover, add your favorite nail color, and finish with a  quick dry top coat (we suggest Revlon Nail Care Quick Dry Polish, $7.99 at Ulta). Give the polish a minute to dry, and you’re ready to slip into your new open-toed shoes!

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