Wednesday, March 18, 2015

Heel To Toe Cure

Heel to Toe Foot Care

A lot of us have to deal with dry, cracked feet. And not just in the winter, all year long. And this is a problem in the summertime. We like to wear sandals or even go barefoot and don't get to do this for being embarrassed of the condition of our feet.

Here are just a few helpful home remedies that can really help out a lot.

1. Coconut oil

Massage a spoonful of coconut oil on your cracked heels and cover them with socks before bed. In the morning, your heels will be smoother and softer. Repeat as often as needed until cracked heels are considerably better. Coconut oil is a natural sanitizer and will help to kill the germs that lead to infection causing dry skin.


2. Honey

Add one cup of honey to a gallon of warm water. Pour honey-water mixture into a bucket big enough to fit your feet. Soak 30 minutes. The honey helps moisturize and cleanse cracked heels, while keeping germs at bay.


3.  Banana and Coconut Mask

Mash a banana and 3 tbsp of coconut oil. Apply this mixture to cracked heels and let sit for 30 minutes. Wash in warm water and pat dry. The mixture has natural enzymes to help encourage cell turnover and moisturize skin.


4. Pumice Stone

Soak feet in warm water and use a natural pumice stone to slough off dead skin cells. Rub feet coconut oil, olive oil, or vitamin E oli to keep feet moisturized.


Disclaimer: I am not a medical doctor, dietitan, or nutritionist. I do not hold any medical degree. I make no claims to any specialized medical training. Please consult with your health care provider to make informed decisions based upon what is best for you. The health and health and beauty information on this Website is not intended to be a substitute for informed medical advice or care.
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Be well, be blessed and have a terrific day!
Love, Mary



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