How to keep your feet clean, beautiful

How to keep your feet clean, beautiful
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Everyone are so obsessed on looking right – particularly make-up, hair and attire; that they tend to lose out focus on the feet which needs as much attention as the rest of the body.

Everyone are so obsessed on looking right – particularly make-up, hair and attire; that they tend to lose out focus on the feet which needs as much attention as the rest of the body.


Feet are more prone to problems in the hot season – mainly if they are covered up all day. Some even go to the extent of covering up feet to avoid embarrassment. Instead of tricking yourself, you can make certain changes to help your feet look clean and beautiful. During summer, feet produce a lot of sweat and even swell when they are hot or get flatter with age, so it becomes even more important to treat your feet better.


Let your feet breathe –


Make sure you wear open sandals particularly in summer which lets your skin breather and not be trapped in sweat-soaked shoes. If you still intend to wear socks or trainers, change them at least once in a day.


Odor-


When your feet are trapped all day in shoes and socks, odor forms at the end of the day but using a good soap while scrubbing helps your feet in curbing down the smell.


Blisters-


The more your new shoes rub in, blisters are formed which are a pain in the heat, but they can be avoided by wearing the new shoes well before taking your first steps and protecting your feet with foot balm. Let your blister pop naturally and make sure to add antiseptic along with a plaster to cover the spot.


Cracked heels -


Cracked heels are one of the aspects experienced due to dry skin as the feet are exposed to dirt and dust in sandals, but a good moisturizer is the best treatment to get rid of the cracked heels. Pumice stones and foot tiles can also be of help for the cracked heels.


Toenails –


Ingrown toenails are the one problem everyone can relate to – Use a nail cutter to snip them and take care to not cut too close to the nail or skin.

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