Tips on Good Foot Care – Feed Pink

Tips on Good Foot Care

Our feet get tired after a busy day and requires a bit of our time and effort so that once again it can look and feel beautiful. Brown sugar is a natural ingredient that works diligently on the feet and gives them a royal treatment via DIY methods at home.
1 Brown Sugar + Organic Honey + Lemon Juice + Olive Oil
How To:
In a glass bowl add half a cup of brown sugar and an equal amount of olive oil.
Now add one tsp of raw organic honey and an equal amount of freshly squeezed lemon juice.
Mix all the ingredients with help of a spoon.
Apply this paste on your feet with help of your hands.
Massage and scrub in a circular motion for ten minutes.
Leave it for half an hour.
Rinse with lukewarm water and apply moisturizer.
How it Works:
It speeds up the blood circulation in the feet and offers relief from ache and pain.
2 Brown Sugar+ Bath Salt + Raw Honey + Lemon Essential Oil + Coconut Oil
How To:
Take a glass bowl and add a half cup of brown sugar and an equal amount each of bath salt and coconut oil.
Now add two tbsp of raw honey and eight drops of lemon essential oil.
Mix all the ingredients.
Apply this scrub on your clean and dry feet with help of your hands.
Massage and scrub in a circular motion for fifteen minutes.
Rinse with lukewarm water and apply moisturizer.
How it Works
The mixture removes discomfort and pain as it gently exfoliates dead skin cells.
3 Brown Sugar + Strawberries + Olive Oil
How To
Take two strawberries, wash and blend them.
Pour it in a bowl and add half cup brown sugar and one tbsp of olive oil.
Mix all the ingredients.
Apply it on your feet, gently scrub and leave it for twenty minutes.
Rinse with warm water.
How it Works:
It is a refreshing foot scrub that prevents cracked heels and brightens the feet at home.
4 Brown Sugar+ Whole Milk + Coconut Oil
How To:
Take a pedicure basin and add lukewarm water enough to soak your feet and two cups of whole milk.
Soak for fifteen minutes.
In a bowl mix four tbsp of brown sugar and two tbsp of coconut oil.
Take out your feet and apply this mixture on your feet as a scrub for ten minutes.
Rinse with warm water.
How it Works:
This DIY scrub removes dead skin cell and moisturizes your feet at home super-effectively.

Make it a habit to use a pumice stone or foot file on damp heels and calluses. Doing so will keep your feet looking good in open-back shoes.

First, soak your feet in water or a foot bath for 10 to 15 minutes to help soften the skin. Then gently remove the thickened skin with a pumice stone. New York podiatrist Isaac Tabari, DPM, recommends a warm foot bath made of black tea (tannic acid). Tannic acid, he says, is a natural antibacterial agent that may reduce the chance of getting athlete’s foot.

Moisturizing foot scrubs made from botanicals such as crushed fruit pits, sugar, or chemical exfoliators also help remove dead skin. After you scrub, apply a rich foot cream or balm containing shea butter or cocoa butter.

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