How to keep feet clean
1- baking soda
2- rose water
3- hot water
How can you keep your feet fresh and lovely? Cut down on odour and other unpleasantries by following these steps ✔
+ Bacteria are to blame. In the right conditions, bacteria will feast on your feet. These bacteria eat dead skin cells and oils from your skin. Their colonies will grow and start getting rid of waste in the form of organic acids. It’s those organic acids that smell bad. And for 10% to 15% of people, the smell is really bad. Why? Because their feet are extra sweaty and become home to bacteria called Micrococcus sedentarius (say: my-kroh-kah-kus seh-den-tair-ee-us). These bacteria produce more than just stinky organic acids – they also produce stuff called volatile sulfur compounds. Sulfur compounds usually are powerful and awful smelling. If you’ve ever smelled a rotten egg (Hydrogen sulfide), you know what volatile sulfur compounds smell like. One of the most effective ways to kill bacteria on your feet is to soak them in water with lots of vinegar. + The acid kills bacteria and diminishes their growth.
+ Put petroleum jelly on your feet to make them smooth.
+ For most people, foot odor can be controlled. The worst part about having stinky feet is that it’s embarrassing. If you’re worried about this, just keep your shoes on when you’re in social situations, like when you’re at school or riding in a car. At home, keep your feet clean and go barefoot so they get some air. If your feet are clean and dry, those bacteria will have to find their lunch somewhere else!
+ Wash your feet every day, they are the most dirty part of your body and the least you can do to stop the odor is to wash them with soap and water. Also, make sure you scrub them either with a loofah or washcloth to get rid of dirt, bacteria, and dead skin cells.
+ Before you wear your shoes put some baking soda in each shoe. The baking soda absorbs the sweat and will help them not stink as bad.
+ If all else fails, see a doctor, your foot odor may be a more serious problem.
+ Wash feet in water with a few drops of tea tree oil. This is antibacterial and antifungal and 100 percent natural.
+ Take some lukewarm water and add shampoo in it, dip your foot in it for five minutes then take out and dry it ✔
+ Avoid shoes and socks made of plastic or petroleum-based materials (for example, Lycra). Plastic and some human-made materials don’t let your feet breathe, and can cause relatively healthy feet to smell unhealthy ✔
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