Dr Anders – Footcare

During the summer I always wear more open shoes and sometimes flip flops or sliders so I want to make sure my feet look good! I always like to keep my toe nails painted if they are likely to be on show and I like to take care of my feet all year round but more so when they are on show. In the winter they often get dry but in the summer I sometimes struggle with dryer patches from wearing socks/shoes all winter that may have rubbed my heal.

I have been trying out the Dr Anders range of foot care products and have been getting on really well. The things I have been using are:

Intensive rescue balm

Conditioning nail treatment

Nourishing daily therapy

Dr Judith Anders has been a podiatrist for over 20 years so to have a range created by her and using her knowledge is amazing.

The intensive rescue balm is a rich cream which soaks in quickly and leaves your feet feeling really hydrated and soft. It is suitable for all skin types and it helps to break down any hard skin and helps with any cracking. I like to use this once a week before bed.

In between using this I like using the nourishing daily therapy as this is quite a lightweight oil to help with dry skin. It soaks in quick and is easy to use as it is a spray. I use this every few days or as needed.

The conditioning nail treatment can be used to help strengthen your nails and stop them being so brittle. It also helps the appearance of them.

Do you use any creams or anything on your feet?

Sarah x



  1. 27/08/2019 / 18:56

    These creams sound awesome, there is nothing worse than dry and cracked heels so I love finding new creams that help cure dry skin.

    Shannon x

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  2. Debbie
    28/08/2019 / 00:12

    I use Margaret Dabbs foot products, they are very good

  3. 28/08/2019 / 20:22

    Ooh I really need to check these out, my heels are really dry at the moment and I hate the feeling of them!
    Beth x

  4. 29/08/2019 / 13:58

    I have to be real careful with my feet being Diabetic and have a podiatrist come out to do mine every 8 weeks. The one thing my feet consistently are, is dry but I hate that feeling after you’ve moisturised your feet.

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