Summer's drastic weather make you sweat more specially your feet. And in case neglected can turn your feet into a stinking bomb. The micro bacteria that live on your skin & shoes eats away your sweat, thus producing an acid which apparently leads to the bad odor.
But you can easily reduce this by following easy home remedies:
- Saltwater: We already know that salt removes moisture from your skin, thus reducing the amount of bacteria that survive. To get rid of bad odor fill a large bowl or a tub of lukewarm water, mix a pinch of salt in it. Soak your feet for 15—20 minutes. Repeat this process on a regular basis for two good weeks.
- Bleach: Mix maximum 2 tablespoons of bleach in a gallon of water. Soak your feet in this solution for 5-10 minutes. If your feet is dry after this, apply baby oil.
- Baking Soda: Take a gallon of water and mix one tablespoon of baking soda in it. This mixture will make your skin alkaline which eventually prevents growth of bacteria.
- Hand Sanitizer: Carefull apply a minimum amount of scented or unscented sanitizer just to restain any bacterial growth on yor skin.
- Alcohol or Vinegar: In an equal proportions mix isopropyl and vinegar. Keep this solution safely in a bottle. After that, use a dropper and use this regularly between your toes and skin irritation part. Vinegar will cure the fungus and the alcohol will restain the growth of bacteria thus removing bad odor.
- Talcum Powder: Spread talcum powder on your feet before wearing socks. This small tip will make your feet dry and smell good.
- See a Doctor: I f you still have a foot odor even after trying these remedies, then it can be because of some medical problem. Please consult a podiatrist or a doctor.
Say goodbye to bad odor with these simple remedies!
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