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A whole lot of birthdays during the weekend and it’s been party and celebration all around. I thank God for adding another year to my baby boy’s year and my mum.
On this post, i want to talk about how to get rid of stinky feet, reactions and keeping your feet clean.
Stinky feet can be caused by sweat, sores and many other untreated reactions.
WAYS TO GET RID OF ODOR
- APPLE CIDER VINEGAR FOR FOOT SOAK
Apple cider vinegar has a whole lot of benefits like treating athelet foot, toenails fungus, prevents foot odor, treat bee stings, sore feet muscles and lot more.
What you need & directions
– 5 spoons of ACV, enough water and a bucket or foot spa tub.
– Mix thoroughly by stiring and soak your feet in it for 10-15mins.
– Take your feet out and dry gently.
– you can do this 1-2 timea daily till relief or change in smell.
- TEA BAG FOR FOOT SOAK
This method was something i tried way back and believe it works well for me.
What you need & direction
– new tea bag
– hot water
– bucket or foot spa tub.
– Add enough hot water in your bucket or tub, dip the tea bag in it and allow it to steep for a while. Wait till hot water is warm and ready for your skin.
– Soak your feet in it and leave for about 10-15 mins. Take your feet out and dry gently.
– You can repeat three times a week…
- SPA SALT & EPSOM FOOT SOAK
– add one half cup of salts to a small tub that holds enough warm water to cover the feet up to the ankles.
– Or add 2 cups to a standard size bath tub. Soak feet for 30 to 60 minutes. Combining Epsom salt with essential oil is a relaxing aromatherapy bath treatment
Topical Epsom salt is not known to have any negative impacts on health; however, excess use of Epsom foot baths can result in dried, cracked skin on the feet. Use a foot bath only two to three times a week for duration of 30 to 60 minutes. Individuals with very dry skin should try using less Epsom salt and massage the feet with moisturizer after drying them. Even though Epsom salt may help heal of minor wounds, in certain cases medical treatment will be necessary. If you have diabetes, or if you have nerve damage or poor blood flow to the feet, consult your doctor first with any sores, wounds, redness, swelling or foot pain. Anyone with severe foot pain or redness or pain following a foot injury should also see a doctor (livingstrong.com)
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