As winter weather beings to sweep in, you’re going to have to start paying special attention to keeping skin hydrated—including your feet. Whether yours are just feeling a little gross after a long summer in flip-flops (it happens to the best of us), or your heels are starting to feel the drying effects of cooler temps, or maybe you just need to kick back and pamper yourself after a long day, this DIY foot soak and scrub from Skyy Hadley, celebrity manicurist and owner of As “U” Wish Nail Spa in Hoboken, New Jersey, will help you bring the soothing effects of a spa pedicure to your home.Here’s Hadley’s recipe for her super-hydrating “Milk-Me-Away” Pedicure:Ingredients:2 cups whole milk1 cup hot waterA few drops lavender or vanilla essential oilDirections:Mix ingredients together in a bowl. Let feet soak for 5-10 minutes. The lactic acid in the milk will help naturally loosen up dead skin and gently exfoliate, smoothing out callouses and dry heels.After your feet have soaked and the skin is a little soft, exfoliate flaky heels with this homemade scrub:Ingredients:Brown sugarOlive oilBaking sodaDirections:Mix together equal parts brown sugar, baking soda and olive oil. Sugar has TK to TK, and the olive oil will help moisturize to leave skin nourished. Scrub on rough heels, callouses, and lower legs, concentration on the driest spots. Then, use a thick shea butter lotion (we like Dr. Teal’s Shea Enriched Foot Cream) to boost hydration and lock in the moisture.