Covered feet in winter can lead to one of the major issues - smelly feet. This problem is an invitation to the stench that sure takes a while to leave and is definitely not recommendable, even for the environment. Isn't it time to be a tad bit serious about this?
To truly eliminate that stench once and for all, you need to follow these five basic and easy steps that will help you stat, this winter season.
1. Wash Your Feet Correctly
You might be thinking that washing your feet is something you do on a daily basis but in reality, your techniques could be wrong. A pleasantly scented soap may not prove fruitful and hence, you need a medicated soap. Pay special attention in between your toes as most of the moisture gets collected here. Furthermore, spray your feet with some foot spray powder to be at ease all day long.
2. The Vinegar Bath
Certain home remedies can do wonders for your smelly feet. One such remedy is vinegar bath wherein you need to fill the tub with warm water and vinegar and mix it well. Soak your feet in it and continue the same for 30 minutes. The acidic content in it can curb the bacteria and stop the stink. Try it out.
3. Maintain Hygiene
Start taking small measures which will surely have a larger effect. Use cotton socks in winter and make it a point to change them daily, keeping breathability and cleanliness factor in mind. And most importantly, before you glide your feet in it, dust talcum and cornstarch to maintain the moisture to a lower level.
4. Get A Pedicure
Let's make one thing clear that even men can get pedicures and feel pampered every once in a while. Pedicures make sure your feet are not smelly and taking help of the expert will tackle the issue. You can save yourself from the dead skin that gets accumulated between your toes in winter.
Scrubbing and exfoliating during this process can do wonders while you sit back and enjoy the technique, which BTW also includes a bonus foot massage. Total bliss, right?