This $19 nail kit gives you a spa-like pedicure at home


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We’ve all been there before: After going too long between pedicures, you glance down at your feet and wonder what is going on before you shake your head in frustration.

With salons and spas closed for the foreseeable future, many of us are itching to get a nice manicure or pedicure, even if we have to do it at home. Let’s face it: Dry, cracked feet just isn’t sexy.

More than likely, you’ve probably neglected to exfoliate (yes, you need to exfoliate your feet as well) and do a bit of scrubbing to remove dead skin. Thankfully, this pedicure kit has saved my feet throughout isolation and can save yours, too.

Shop: Earth Therapeutics Foot Doctor Pedicure Kit, $18.75 (Orig. $25)

Earth Therapeutics Foot Doctor pedicure kit
Earth Therapeutics Foot Doctor pedicure kit

Credit: Kohl’s

The Earth Therapeutics Foot Doctor pedicure kit is perfect for all of us who are at home and craving a spa-like pedicure experience. On sale for $18.75, the kit comes with a foot scrub, a foot remedy therapeutic balm, a pumice stick, a cuticle pusher, a cuticle trimmer, a nail clipper and a nail file.

The foot scrub is infused with tea tree oil, mint and pumice, all of which cleanse and exfoliate the skin. The balm also has tea tree, chamomile and aloe vera, which help soothe and hydrate the skin.

Once you’ve finished exfoliating, you can go in with your clippers and files to clean up your toenails. Afterward, paint them with your favorite polish if you’d like and you will emerge with what feels like brand new feet!

At less than $20, it’s hard to argue a great value pack when you see it — and with Mother’s Day right around the corner, why not gift that special person in your life with a present that’s both posh and practical?

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