Are your feet in need of thorough foot care?

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Do you have dry and cracked heels? Discolored nails? Or maybe your feet have an unpleasant odor or itch often? We have a solution! And baking soda will help solve all these problems! Find out how to use it.

The skin on your heels doesn’t look too good. What’s more, it often takes on a yellowish hue, which further drives us into complexes. In addition, itching, burning or cracking skin not only makes it difficult to walk, but also to expose your feet in flip-flops or sandals. But there is a home and simple way! Baking soda, which has a brightening effect, and also has a beneficial effect on the condition of the skin on the feet. On the other hand, thanks to its antibacterial, antiviral or antifungal properties, it is perfect for the treatment of warts, foot fungus or effectively copes with the removal of bacteria responsible for unpleasant odors.

Therefore, it is worth systematically soaking your feet in soda. This will ensure that they are always smooth and pampered. To do this, pour a bowl of warm water and add 2-3 tablespoons of baking soda. Such a soda soak also has a relaxing, soothing effect on any wounds and irritations. Moreover, it is also great for dealing with tired and sore feet after a day of walking or standing.

It is worth soaking your feet for about 20-30 minutes, and then using a special heel file, remove keratinized epidermis. It will be easy to remove because baking soda perfectly softens the skin. Then remove the hardened skin on the rest of the foot. Finally, lubricate your feet with linseed oil, which will further moisturize your skin. To maintain the effects, it’s also a good idea to use urea creams from time to time, which will systematically soften the skin when you don’t have time for a soda soak. However, be careful with them and do not apply them on your nails, as they can soften them too much.

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