Winter Foot Care - Expert Tips To Take Care Of Your Feet This Winter
The complete two months of snuggling under the quilt are the most desired part in the winter season, but it can also be really difficult to deal with as it can take a heavy toll on the hands and feet. This is a time when we exactly want to wrap them up and hide them until and unless the season of chill blows away completely. Though this isn’t the best you can do but also heading towards it is not that impossible.
In damp conditions, artificial heating can be extremely tiring for the feet so we are here to share a few Dos and Don’ts that should be done for utmost care of the feet. There’s a lot of things that you can take as measures from feet soak to wearing the right kind of socks.
The most common problem that is faced by every individual irrespective of gender or age is the trouble of cracked heels. The sensitive skin on the bottom of the foot or the heels gets too dry and splits alarmingly to leave painful cracks which are also known as fissures. The cracked heels may only not be painful but can also lead to serious infections. Getting rid of this matter is the ultimate goal but first, we need to know the reasons for the circumstance.
Dry feel or cracked heels may occur for several causes, they might be:
- Cold Weather;
- Dehydration and Poor Nutrition;
- Not Enough Moisturization;
- Very Hot Showers;
- Harsh Rubbing;
- Scrubbing Dry Feet;
- Diabetes; etc…
As Medical Science explains; "It's kind of like if you put a plaster on a balloon and let it harden and blow up the balloon, the balloon will expand the plaster and crack. The heel pad wants to expand outward, but the skin is not pliable enough to expand with it, so it cracks.” As the skin cracks, it starts to bleed and the gap also lets in several pathogens causing various diseases.
Foot care quotient in the season of chill can be tough with a lot of home remedies. Though natural solution always tops the priority list the preparation of these cure-alls are not only troublesome but also would require quite a lot of time for. While on the other hand, the chemical treatment may resort to multiple harmful side effects yet would be faster and easy to use. To sort out this dilemma of choice Keya Seth Aromatherapy brings to you the finest range of foot care based on completely natural ingredients certainly packed as user-friendly.
Heel Healing Lotion:
A fine blend of essential oils from botanicals for round the clock foot care. Enriched with the goodness of Castor Oil, Sunflower Oil, Aloe Vera, Glycerine, Tea Tree Oil, Basil Oil, Rosemary Oil, Chamomile Oil, and Carrot Seed Oil; Heel Healing Lotion provides complete care to your feet.
- Heals cracked heels quickly and effectively;
- Moisturizes and Nourishes the thick heel skin;
- Improves the moisture retention capability of the heel skin;
- Keeps any microbial infection at bay;
- High Vitamin E content makes the heels the baby soft;
- High aromatic essence calms the pain and soothes mind and body;
- Can also be used by diabetic patients.
Wash your feet with lukewarm water. Dry it with a soft towel. Take the required amount of product on your palm and apply with the help of a cotton ball. For best result apply twice daily. Also taking care off feet through regular pedicure is also essential.
An amount of 35ml is available for Rs 80.
Winters are not only about cracked heels but also of foot odor. Keeping the feet warm with a pair of socks is the utmost requirement. This situation can suddenly turn into embarrassment as soon as you tend to put out your sneakers. It is due to the sweat that gets stuck and leads to bacteria build up on the skin. Scientifically this condition is called Bromodosis. Not only a smelly foot but this can eventually result in different kinds of fungal and other infections. Poor hygiene or inadequate washing can also add up to this situation of trouble.
Here’s when Foot Fresh comes to the rescue. Excellent blend of essential oils of Tea Tree, Eucalyptus, Basil, Rosemary, Ylang Ylang in a cream-based containing aqua is super handy and easy to use a product that can instantly save you from the moments of humiliation. A spray full of fragrance can combat malodor from the micro-organisms making your feet fresh, healthy, hygienic, and odor-free.
A pack of 45ml is available at for Rs 175.
Sticking to the basics, taking the minimum care of your feet is fundamental and for that a few following extra steps are important. Here presenting some tips for healthy and happy feet:
- Wash your feet with lukewarm water regularly;
- Dry your feet well before putting on socks or shoes;
- Scrub your feet twice in a fortnight;
- Stay hydrated;
- Moisturize and nourish your feet regularly;
- Wear comfortable shoes;
- Dry out the shoes and socks before wearing;
- Keep the toenails trimmed and clean;
- Use good quality nail polish;
- Keep your showers moderate; etc...
There’s no better way to pamper your feet than a relaxing pedicure. A good pedicure involves several steps like that of massaging, soaking, scrubbing, and relaxing. No doubt that this complete procedure in a salon absolutely burns a hole in your pocket but it is also fully worth it. Pedicure removes all the dirt, dead skin cells, and roughest skin to leave you with baby soft heels and nourished feet.
You can always look for the possible options at your nearest Keya Seth Medi Spa. The professionals at the spa not only ensures the right treatment for your feet but also takes care of your overall experience so that you can actually relax while the professionals care for you.
Hope to get back to you soon…
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