This time it's not just about our monsoon scalp issues or the skincare woes, smelly feet is what our major concern is this monsoon. Just like our skin and tresses, our feet need some extra care too. Unhealthy feet can make us feel awful and the monsoon can only add to the already existing pressure. Rainy season calls for keeping your feet bacteria-free and washing is just not enough. It needs extra attention. From handy tips to DIY foot scrubs, we have the fool proof foot care guide to survive the monsoon season like a boss.
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Tips To Keep Your Feet Healthy In Monsoons
1. Ensure to clean your feet by scrubbing every day to keep fungal infections away. Scrubbing will take off the dead skin and keep your feet smooth and clean.
2. Make sure to moisturise your feet as it will keep it plump and soft.
3. Avoid tight footwear as it can make your feet pain and leave a strange smell. Opt for breathable footwear always.
DIY Scrubs To Keep Your Feet Bacteria Free In Monsoons
Give your feet the much-needed foot care with DIY scrubs and packs
Exfoliation is the key to happy and healthy feet and with the monsoon in full swing, our feet need some extra care too. For this remedy, make oat powder at home by grinding some oats and then mixing two spoons; one of powdered oats and one of honey. Massage the scrub on your feet well for 10-15 minutes and then rinse it off.
Brown Sugar Scrub
For this remedy take one and a half spoon of brown sugar and mix it with one spoon of baking soda and olive oil. Mix all the ingredients well and then massage it on your feet for about 15 minutes. This will keep your feet moisturised in monsoon.
For this remedy, mix together half cup olive oil with one cup sugar and massage the mixture onto your feet. Afterwards, wash it off with cold water. Repeat this twice a week for better results.
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