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6 DIY Foot Scrub Recipes To Soften Your Feet
Foot scrubs are easy to make at home, using the ingredients around you. Sugar, sea salt, coffee grounds, essential oils, baking soda, olive oil, or coconut oil can be used as ingredients for your DIY foot scrubs. Using them before you shower is an effective way to clean your feet and also moisturize them and remove dead skin. Using them twice or thrice in a week will make your feet healthy and free from germs.
Why You Should Soak Your Feet In Apple Cider Vinegar
Apple cider vinegar soak can help remove dead skin, balance pH, helps soothe sore muscles and removes odor. Its anti-fungal properties help reduce the appearance of warts as well. Use a tub of water that can comfortably fit your feet. Fill this with warm water and add one cup of apple cider vinegar. Make sure not to use this remedy if you have any open wounds or sores. Frequent hot water soaks may be drying for the skin so use sparingly.
9 Natural Uses Of Vinegar To Treat Athlete’s Foot
Athlete's foot is an itchy, uncomfortable infection of the foot caused by a fungus. It can be treated at home with vinegar, used as patches, a soak and even as a topical application. However, duo not use this remedy for too long, or when you know that the condition is only getting worse. Use only uncontaminated vinegar that you trust completely, and never use it if you notice any adverse symptoms.
10 Uses Of Camphor You Might Not Know About
Camphor is a waxy, white byproduct made from distilling the bark of camphor trees. While it is traditionally used during Hindu prayer rituals, it...
10 Everyday Clothing Items That Are Silently Harming Your Immunity And Health
When looking at your closet or clothes, there are only a few things that may occur to you. This could be: doing laundry, how...
What Causes Numbness And Tingling In Feet?
Not when it is recurrent, periodic and localized or accompanied by pain, numbness, itching and muscle atrophy. Nerve entrapment due to tight shoes and wrong posture is the most common cause. Other causes include Raynaud's disease, low back pain, injuries, gangrene, diabetes, kidney and liver diseases, exposure to toxins and alcohol intake.
Effective Ways To Reduce Tummy After C-Section
Reducing your tummy after C-section is about not just looking good but also your health. So gently massage your stomach to break up the tissue. Take up these light exercises to tone your tummy and get it in good shape. Know that it is important to focus on your health as well post the procedure and not just the baby's.