You can go buy a foot care cream right now, but if it is at the "dry dryness" level, it is a "vitamin-based" that contains vitamin E that improves blood flow and vitamin C that has a moisturizing effect. "Cream" seems to be effective. At the author's house, there was a surplus of "Uskin A" that was taken care of by the rough winter, so I will use this to clean it this time.
The point of Yuskin massage is the amount of cream. Use as much as "a little more" from the heel to the toe up to the second joint of the index finger.
Apply to the heel until the cream disappears, then wrap the heel in the palm of your hand for 3 seconds to allow it to penetrate.
Use the belly of your thumb to stimulate the soles of your feet where you feel comfortable, and put on socks at the end to improve the moisturizing effect! The whole leg will be warm, so it's good for getting cold in the summer.
By the way, it is possible to care for the knees and shins while being aware of the same amount. For heels that have become "stiff" due to keratinization, start by removing the stratum corneum with a urea-based cream.
A few days after I started using it, my legs have become much softer, so I'll be able to make it in time for summer! The use of hand cream peaks in winter, but please try it in summer as well.
* For the massage method, refer to the official website of "Uskin A".