According to "Braun-Falco's Dermatology," dark spots can occur on the feet due to improperly fitting shoes, poor circulation



Step 1



Rub a pumice stone over the dark spots on your feet after you exit the shower each day. The pumice stone will exfoliate the area, sloughing off dead skin cells and lightening the appearance of the dark spots.

Step 2

Massage shea butter into the dark spots each morning. The shea butter will hydrate the skin, which will promote healthy circulation and diminish the dark spots.

Step 3

Massage liquid vitamin E into the dark spots on your feet each evening prior to going to sleep. According to "Braun-Falco's Dermatology," the vitamin E will promote cell turnover, which will fade the dark spots on the feet. If you are unable to locate liquid vitamin E, puncture a vitamin E capsule and squeeze out its contents.

 Things You'll Need

  • Liquid vitamin E
  • Shea butter
  • Pumice stone
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