Rough and cracked feet are a result of many causes, such as having a job that requires all day standing, wearing sandals, or walking barefoot on uncomfortable shoes. Fortunately, by following these tips you’ll make them softer and healthier.
– product for foot baths
– a pumice
– moisturizer / foot cream
1. Use a good product. Soak your feet for several minutes. Baking soda and liquid soap are some of the best substitutes for foot baths products. Dry with a towel, especially between your toes.
2. Scrape the rough calluses on your heels with a pumice. Pass it over and over again gently around the edges of your heels. Make sure your feet are clean and dry.
3. Moisturize your feet regularly. A common lotion is sufficient to maintain hydration, unless you have extremely dry skin. Rub Vaseline on your feet and wear socks before going to bed to preserve the moisture.
4. Make an appointment with a podiatrist if your feet condition is serious and the above steps don’t get good results. You may need pills or a topical ointment to treat dry and cracked feet.