I used a pumice stone to scrub away all of the dead/hard skin, they are great to use, and leave your feet feeling super soft.
Then I used Boots Invigorating Foot Scrub £3.49, all over my feet. Its like a really thick exfoliator, with tiny particles in it which scrub away all the rough skin and soften the feet. I applied it to clean dry skin and rubbed it in until it dried out and flaked, then rinsed off. It smells like lavender and peppermint, and its a very natural scent, not artificial at all, lovely!!!
Next I painted my nails in Cactus Green, by Max Factor. Its a nice thick creme, and needed two coats to get good coverage. It dried quite quickly, and applied very evenly. As it was such a good price (I think it was around £3.99) I wasnt expecting amazing quality...I find some of the cheaper brands of nail polish to be watery and they dont give an even coverage, but this one was great, I will definitely be using more Max Factor colours in the future
Finally, I used Boots deep Moisturizing Foot Cream. This is without doubt, the best foot moisturizer I have ever used. It smells of peppermint, lavender and faintly of Witch Hazel, and I usually put it on just before bed. Its very thick, but absorbs quickly and doesnt leave your skin feeling greasy. In the morning my skin feels amazingly soft, refreshed, smell great and the best part is, this is only £3.99 for 100ml, an absolute bargain! This is one product that really does do exactly what it says on the tin.