Natural Remedies for Dry, Cracked Feet

The heat, the sand and the constant sandal wearing does takes its toll on your feet here.  Add tiled floors to the mix and you have a recipe for scary cracked heels!  A weekly foot soak and treatment is a must.  I find that I am constantly battling my dry, cracked feet and used to spend a fortune on the over the counter creams. Now, I have moved to more natural ways to fight the dryness and they work just great!

Try some of the feet rescue remedies below and enjoy softer heels and feet!

Banana – Mash bananas into a pulp and spread over your heels and other dry spots.   Leave on for 10 minutes, wash off with warm water and dry.

Olive Oil – Before going to bed, rub olive oil into your dry, cracked feet but do not rinse.  Then put out on a pair of socks and go to sleep. Leave the socks on overnight.  This will help the feet to absorb all the moisture and they will be softer in the morning.

Rosewater – Apply a mixture of glycerin and rosewater to your feet everyday for at least 15 days and the result will be amazing as your cracked heels will restore to their actual softness and will heal wonderfully.

Honey and Coconut – Mix 2 tablespoons of honey and 2 teaspoons of coconut oil in a bowl.   Place the bowl in a larger bowl of warm water to heat the mixture.  Rub it over your feet and keep on for at least 15 minutes.   Wrap your feets in socks or clingfilm for a better result.   Wash off and dry feet

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    Cracked Feet
    November 8, 2011 at 9:23 pm

    This are truly great infos and very useful tips, Thanks! One option if you need a lotion to use in conjunction with the above remedies is Pure Pedi. Our exclusive formula of exfoliating alpha hydroxy acids AHAs will easily remove dry, cracked skin build-up and calluses from the heels and feet.

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    "Pamper your Feet"
    October 9, 2011 at 7:47 am

    “Pamper your Feet” reblogged this on "Pamper Your Feet".

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    Herbal Remedies
    October 2, 2011 at 12:02 am

    When our forefathers necessary First Assist, they did not have a handy small box filled with a variety of over-the-counter medicines for any emergency. So what did they do?Nowadays, we’re so utilized to popping into the nearest pharmacy and finding what we need conveniently affreux out on a shelf that most of us have forgotten the treatments employed by our grandmothers, and their moms and grandmothers before them. You may scoff at these treatments and dismiss them as old wives tales, and in some circumstances, you might be right. But don’t be also speedy to dismiss them. There are ‘old-fashioned remedies’ out there which most of us can find on our pantry shelves, and which actually workThink it or not, one of the most well-liked and trustworthy home remedies will be the potato. From my personal encounter, I can tell you that potato treatments truly perform. My son is really vulnerable to insect bites. When he was bitten by something (we believe it had been a spider) like a little kid, the bite swelled up and grew to become extremely inflamed. Around the guidance of his grandmother, I place a potato poultice around the bite, left it overnight (not simple to achieve with a little boy!) and within the morning the inflammation had gone down, as well as the bite was merely aHow does it function? Anybody who cooks can tell you that potatoes have extremely powerful absorbing characteristics. So, doesn’t it make feeling that they could be helpful in any problem that requires the drawing from harmful toxins or other undesirable substances?

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      Angie C
      October 2, 2011 at 7:27 am

      Useful tips, thanks!

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