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NATURAL REMEDIES FOR FEET SMELL

All of us know how unpleasant and embarrasing is when you visit someone and have to take off your shoes knowing that your feet smell. The reason for smelly feet is not the sweat, but the bacterias that live in humid environment. It is worse in summer time when the weather is hot and it is a must to wear shoes. There are some natural and at hand remedies which can help you get rid of the smell.

Black tea. In a recipient put five packets of black tea and pour 5 cups of hot water over them. Let the water cool for ten minutes and dip your feet into it. Keep you feet for twenty minutes and then dry them well. It is a daily treatment and it is proven to be very efficient.

Baking soda and lemon juice. You need juice from one lemon, two spoons of baking soda and eight cups of warm water. Put them in a recipient and dip your feet into this solution. Baking soda is one of the most efficient cleaning agents. It naturally controls unpleasant smell and destroys bacteria and fungus. It can be used as a natural anti-perspirant. Keep your feet for twenty minutes and after, dry them well.

Sage and rosemary. These two plants have powerful anti-bacterial and antifungus properties. Also they are strong anti-oxidants. In a recipient add one teaspoon of dry sage plant and one teaspoon of dry rosemary plant. Pour hot water over them. Take the plants out of recipient when the water is cool enough to dip your feet. Keep your feet for thirty minutes. Dry your feet well after that. You can use this treatment every day.

Vinegar. It is very useful for this matter. Vinegar creates an acid environment in which the bacterias cannot survive. In a recipient you add half cup of vinegar and eight cups of warm water. Dip your feet into this solution for twenty minutes. After that, cleanse your feet with cold water. Dry your feet very well.

Take nature’s way! Nature is the best doctor!

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