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5 Home Remedies To Keep The Feet Softer And Nourished


5 Home Remedies To Keep The Feet Softer And Nourished

When we say our skin needs care, does it count skin of our hands and feet as well? Most of the home remedies focus only on face or neck but today you are going to come across remedies meant for your feet. The aim is to replace the dry feet with softer and smoother feet just like a baby. However, you need not to buy a cream or lotion for that because here you will be needing homemade recipes, which you have to prepare by yourself and use on your own. Do follow once daily for much softer and nourished feet. If you do so, don’t forget to share your experience here.

Here Are 5 Home Remedies To Keep The Feet Softer And Nourished

1. Turmeric And Milk Scrub

Scrubbing the feet thoroughly from time to time helps in keeping them nourished and heal any kind of dryness. For preparing the recipe, mix ¼ teaspoon of natural turmeric in ½ a cup of cool milk. Stir the mixture properly until they are blended thoroughly and apply evenly on your feet. Keep for 10 minutes followed by removing from hand and then rinsing clearly with water. The best is to use lukewarm water for the same.

Turmeric And Milk Scrub

2. Honey

Honey is often used as a blend for softer, smoothers and moisturized skin. From head to toe, it can be used. Also, it has antibacterial property that keeps the skin from the attack of the microbes. Do follow once daily for quicker and much visible results. In ½ a cup of warm water, add one teaspoon of honey. Stir the mixture well and apply on your feet, you may even soak your feet into the mixture. Keep for 20 minutes before finally rising off with warm water.


3. Glycerin

Glycerin has deep moisturizing property that makes the skin turn softer just like itself. Continuous usage of glycerin helps in getting rid of dryness. Do repeat the same remedy at least thrice a week. Although, you may apply glycerin without mixing it with anything else but the best is to apply the mixture of glycerin and lemon juice. If you go with the latter, then keep the ratio of the two 1:1. Mix thoroughly and apply on your feet. Keep for 20 minutes at least and then wash off with warm water.


4. Coconut Oil

Unlike other recipes, coconut oil penetrates deep down the skin no matter how hard it is and works effectively. It moisturizes the skin and pampers it as well. It has anti-microbial property that fights foot odor coming from the presence of microbes. First, cleanse your feet thoroughly with warm water and then pat dry with a clean towel. Now massage coconut oil or warm coconut oil on your feet. You may apply it at night and keep overnight. Finally rinse off the next morning.

Coconut Oil

5. Oatmeal

At times you might be using oatmeal as facial scrub but today you are going to use it on your dry feet. It moisturizes and exfoliates the skin thus helping in removing the dead skin layer and revealing the new, soft skin underneath. For preparing the mixture, mix 1 teaspoon of oatmeal, ¼ cup of honey and ¼ cup of olive oil in a bowl. Mix properly and then apply evenly on your feet or wherever you feel is dry. Keep for 20 minutes and then rinse thoroughly. Use it regularly to avoid dryness. You may also take a break of two days before repeating it again.




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