Say Goodbye To 

Cracked Heels

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Cracked heels are a nightmare. They don't just look horrible, but are often painful. It's a way of our skin telling us that it lacks moisture 

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While we regularly moisturise our face and hands, we often forget about the feet. The soft and sensitive skin on our heels easily tends to crack

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Give your skin the much needed hydration by resorting to easy home remedies to treat cracked heels naturally

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Banana + Coconut Oil

Banana and coconut oil are both known for their excellent moisturising properties. Make a mask for the ultimate skin hydration

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Make A Mask

Mash a ripe banana, and then add quarter cup of coconut oil. Mix well and generous apply on your feet. Let it rest for 20 minutes before rinsing it with cold water.

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Malai + Oatmeal

Malai or the cream layer that forms over hot milk acts as an incredible skin moisturiser. Combine it with oatmeal for a double treat

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Scrub And Moisturise

Soak half a cup of oatmeal in warm water. Use it to gently scrub your heels and feet. Wash off and then apply malai for 15 minutes. 

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Glycerine + Lemon

When nothing else works, there's always glycerine to give your skin intense and deep hydration. Add in lemon to cleanse and brighten the skin

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Cleanse And Hydrate

Make a paste of 2 tablespoons glycerin, 1 tablespoon lemon juice and 1 tablespoon salt. Apply it generously on your feet and leave it on for 15 minutes. 

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