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How to protect and get smooth feet

How to protect and get smooth feet

Every now and then, our feet deserve a little attention. You can maintain your feet to be smooth and lovely all year long by following these simple guidelines. However, since you wear sandals more frequently in the summer, you might want to focus on the steps listed below.

Our feet play a vital role in our bodies and benefit us in several ways. You may prevent getting cracked skin over time by taking good care of your feet and keeping them dry.

How to protect and get smooth feet:

  • Banana for smooth Feet:

The tropical fruit banana is known for its numerous health benefits. It even aids in the painless treatment of extremely cracked feet.

  • In a mixer, whip a ripe banana. Spread the paste all over your feet.
  • Wash it off with warm water after letting it dry for ten minutes.

If you use this remedy once a week, you will see the results you want.

  • The best moisturizer for dry skin is olive oil.
    • Applying olive oil to the affected regions with a cotton ball is the simplest method.
    • After gently massaging in a circular motion, put on a pair of socks and let your skin absorb the oil. After an hour, wash your feet.

Leave the oil on the skin overnight and rinse it off in the morning for the best results.

  • Hot Footbath

You must first soften the dry, dead skin on your foot before you can remove it. After that, removal is simpler. A quick and aromatic footbath recipe is provided below:

You'll require:

  • Luke
  • hot water
  • a sizable basin or bucket for soaking
  • one cup of fragrance-free Epsom salts
  • preferred essential oils (lavender, sandalwood, and frankincense are suggested)

Tap water should be drawn out until it is lukewarm. Once the water is at the right temperature, fill the soaking tub about 3/4 of the way up, leaving space for water to escape from your feet.

After that, proceed to add the remaining components. Add 10 to 15 drops of your preferred essential oil or oil blend. You have the choice. Put your feet in the water and rest them there as you soothe dry skin.

Remove your feet after 20 to 30 minutes. You'll notice that the dead skin on your feet will have been released when you pull them out. You can either choose to moisturize your feet and put them in stockings for additional care, or you can exfoliate your feet after the footbath.

  • Exfoliate

To encourage skin renewal, this is essentially just the physical act of sloughing off those dry, dead skin cells. A rough, textured cloth, a natural sponge, an exfoliating pad or file, or just your hands massaging the area are all acceptable methods.

How to exfoliate is as follows:

After taking a soothing, relaxing footbath, gently rub your feet with your favorite exfoliating tool, starting with the areas that are the driest. Up to 10 minutes can be spent doing this, but avoid too agitating your skin as this could harm it.

  • Lime Juice:

Lemons are vibrant citrus fruits that are useful for more than just their energizing, refreshing fragrance. Citric acid, a highly powerful chemical known to remove dead, dry skin from your foot, is present in lemon juice.

Studies have demonstrated that organic Alpha-Hydroxy Acids can eliminate remaining dead skin cells from the epidermis (the top layer of skin).

Notably, oranges, limes, and tangerines are other citrus fruits that can be used to eliminate dry skin from your foot.

Your delicate, healthy-appearing, smooth feet can age and lose their shine when covered with dry, dead skin. Follow these six easy DIY methods to have softer, summer-ready feet if you're ready to get rid of that dry skin.

Apply FootMedix from Dermalmedix if all else fails and you need quick treatment for dry feet. The ground-breaking mixture contains the extraordinary hEGF component, which won the Nobel Peace Prize. Simply apply the rich cream to your feet as you sleep to give them an extra dose of hydration and get them ready for summer.


As crucial as maintaining your hands and fingernails are your feet and toenails. It is easier to avoid dangerous diseases from mud and contaminated water if your feet are perfect and clean. We have compiled a list of the top five all-natural foot care suggestions that you can easily implement at home.

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