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May 8th is “No Socks Day,” But Those With Ugly Feet Have No Reason to Celebrate

May 9, 2011

Celebrated annually on May 8, “No Socks Day” encourages everyone to wiggle their toes in freedom. Ways to celebrate this rather bizarre but lighthearted holiday range from decorating bare feet with jewelry to recycling socks that are mismatched or worn.

Princeton, NJ (PRWEB) May 08, 2011

Celebrated annually on May 8, “No Socks Day” encourages everyone to wiggle their toes in freedom. Ways to celebrate this rather bizarre but lighthearted holiday range from decorating bare feet with jewelry to recycling socks that are mismatched or worn.

While it’s all in good fun, foot care expert, Carol J. Buck, CEO of Xenna Corporation (http://www.xenna.com) says, “I enjoy off-the-wall holidays like “ËœNo Socks Day’ because we all need to be reminded to “Ëœlighten up’ at times. And, I love walking in bare feet. However, in our business, we often hear from people who are so embarrassed about how their feet look that they’d never be able to enjoy taking their socks off in public ““ or private.”

“Ugly, dry feet or discolored toenails cause many people to hide the problem by always keeping their feet concealed with shoes or socks,” says Buck. “I’ve talked to podiatrists with patients who even sleep with their socks on because they’re too embarrassed for their spouse to see their bare feet. Xenna foot care products can help these individuals by giving them attractive feet and toenails that don’t have to be hidden anymore.”

Based on natural formulations focused on the exfoliation of dry skin on heels and keratin debris buildup that makes toenails look yellow or brown. Xenna’s diabetic-friendly foot care products are distributed nationwide through chain retailers that include Walmart, Walgreens, CVS, Rite Aid and others.

Used by many podiatrists Xenna’s CalleX® Exfoliating Dry Heel Ointment (http://www.callexointment.com) contains patented natural exfoliating enzymes, rather than acids, to smooth away dry, rough and scaly skin on heels and soles. CalleX Ointment hydrates the skin with a moisture-barrier base – and no scraping is needed for a soft, supple heel in about two weeks.

Diabetic-friendly, CalleX Ointment’s unique, natural enzyme formula breaks down and exfoliates only the dry, dead top layer of flakes or scales that contribute to the look and feel of rough-to-the-touch, unsightly feet. It also has a refreshing peppermint scent (from natural peppermint oil) that keeps unwanted foot odor at bay.

For embarrassing yellow or discolored toenails, Xenna’s natural foot care line offers NonyX® Nail Gel (http://www.nonyx.com).

All natural NonyX Nail Gel improves the appearance of unsightly toenails by breaking down keratin debris, the yellowish granular buildup under toenails that makes them discolored or dark.

With continuous use toenails become clear and healthy-looking as keratin debris is softened, dissolved and scraped away using a manicure tool.

Both NonyX Gel and CalleX Ointment are natural, patented and free of potentially irritating urea, salicylic acid, parabens, lanolin, preservatives, artificial fragrance and colorants.

Buck says, “Those with embarrassing feet may want to celebrate “ËœNo Socks Day’ this year by making a commitment to a foot care regimen that tackles ugly toenails or dry heels.”

Send a free “No Socks Day” e-greeting to friends and colleagues by going to http://www.crosscards.com/cards/wacky-holidays/no-socks-day-or.html.

Xenna Corporation has a commitment to the environment, as well as to the personal well-being of its customers. Manufactured in the USA, Xenna products are never tested on animals and they contain no animal byproducts.

For those on a budget, $5 and $4 rebate coupons for NonyX Nail Gel and CalleX Ointment are available at http://www.xenna.com/xenna_coupons.html. For special offers and product news, follow Xenna on Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/xennacorp.

NonyX can be found in the footcare aisle at Walgreens, Walmart, CVS, Rite Aid (larger stores), Duane Reade, Kinney Drugs, Kerr Drug, HEB, Publix, many Medicine Shoppes, ShopKo, Harris Teeter and online at http://www.drugstore.com and http://www.xenna.com.

CalleX Ointment is available in the footcare aisle at Walgreens, Rite Aid, Kinney Drugs, Publix, many Medicine Shoppes, Kerr Drug, Stop & Shop and online at http://www.drugstore.com and http://www.xenna.com.

Free shipping is currently available when ordering directly from Xenna.

About Xenna: Xenna Corporation is a privately-held, woman-owned company based in Princeton, NJ, which develops and distributes natural personal care products for skin, hair and nails. To contact them visit http://www.xenna.com or call 800-368-6003 (business hours, Mon-Friday Eastern Time).

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