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This week I try…a podiatry session
I am back with my favourite podiatrist, foot whisperer Paul Poshoglian. As I’ve not been wearing high heels due to COVID-19, my feet are in better shape than usual.
There is, however, some corn work to attend to. Paul is a genius with the blade and once he has finished cutting away the dead skin, the pressure on my little toes is relieved.
Next, he tidies my cuticles, buffs my heels and gives me a foot massage. Having been given a clean bill of health on my feet, my thoughts turn to an outing in my favourite stilettos.
Getting rid of the stubborn corns with a scalpel can be a little sharp on occasion.
Thirty minutes and so worth it – I am ready to start thinking about the summer reveal.
Results My feet always feel light as air at the end of a session.
Where to get it
Sydney: Poshoglian Podiatry, poshoglianpodiatry.com.au. Cost: $87.
Beachbox Physiotherapy, beachboxphysiotherapy.com.au. Cost: $93.
To keep feet smooth, try Duit Foot and Heel Balm (chemistwarehouse.com.au, $17).
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How do you use a Beautyblender?
Beautyblenders (sephora.com.au, $30) are egg-shaped sponges designed for streak-free foundation. Run your Beautyblender under water, squeeze it out and blot onto a towel. Apply foundation to the back of your hand, dab it with the blender, then use a soft bouncing motion on your face.
This article appears in Sunday Life magazine within the Sun-Herald and the Sunday Age on sale September 13.