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The winter season can be a bit harsh on your feet. Don`t let the season play a toll on you take care of them. And if you`re wondering how, follow these steps and have happy feet this winter.
After fighting the scorching heat of the sun in summers and the drenching rains, finally, winters are here as a blessing. The soothing cool breeze is here and is alarming everybody to take extra care of them. But are you winter ready? This soothing season can take a toll on your feet if not properly cared. Follow these simple tips and make your feet happy this winter.
Make this the mantra for winters to keep your skin moisturised. The season tends to make your skin dry and dull. Take extra care and use a good quality of moisturizer to keep your feet healthy and soft. Use it before going to bed and you’ll see the results soon.
Soaking makes sure your feet are hydrated and any dirt doesn’t stick to it. Sock your feet in warm water and add some cider vinegar solution. You’ll get your very own pedicure at home and without much expense. Though make sure that you don’t sock your feet for a very long time because it can add to dryness.
Remove dead skin
Like your face, your feet also require exfoliation. To eliminate dry skin, you can use a pumice stone. It’s a great tool to naturally remove dead skin. It helps to smoothen the heel area. Though if you have big cracks, using pumice stone will not be the best idea.
Massaging your feet helps in better circulation of blood. You can use coconut oil for massaging your heels. Coconut oil has natural healing properties and starts showing results immediately. Not only it moisturizes your feet but nourishes your skin well.
Make sure that you don’t roam around barefoot it damages your soft skin. Make sure that you wear some cotton socks which prevents drying of your feet and keep the moisture intact. Covering your feets also lowers the risks of cracked heels.
If you think we missed out something do let us know. Happy winters!