You've been dealing with stinky and itchy feet for a long time and you just can't seem to figure out what you can do to tame the smell and discomfort and now you're just frustrated...
Does this sound familiar to those with stinky feet problems? We always recommend that anyone experiencing ongoing foot issues consult with a board certified physician or Podiatrist to get to the root cause of what is causing itchy and smelly feet.
As a licensed Pedicurist we speak with client's who express these concerns regularly. Home remedies can be used to help manage characteristics related to flaky peeling skin, burning, and smelly feet. Holistic remedies should not take the place of suggested medical advice given by your Physician or Podiatrist, but there are some things that you can do immediately to hopefully help ease some of the problems mentioned.
For starters, Vinegar Foot Baths feel good and is a well known holistic remedy for those seeking some comfort with peeling and itchiness on the feet. Fill up a foot basin with just enough water to touch the base of the top of your feet and then pour 2-cups of Vinegar into the water and soak your feet for up to 20-minutes. After you have soaked your feet, thoroughly dry the feet and pay close attention to drying in between the toes.
Watch this 10-second YouTube video we created on how to dry in between your toes: www.youtube.com/watch?v=wrwYYisaJrw
If you you have been properly diagnosed with having foot fungus and wonder why you can't get rid of it after using topicals and orals; the culprit could be your shoes. Purchasing new shoes or thoroughly laundering the shoes you wear is crucial. Once you have worn a pair of shoes with active foot fungus your shoes are infected as well. In order to truly get rid of foot fungus, you must use your topicals or orals on a consistent basis and make sure your shoes are clean. You can use a Foot Powder or Anti-Fungal Spray to spray or powder the inside of your shoes as an added preventative measure. Wearing clean cotton socks each day of the week is also something that you need to do to ensure that your feet stay dry and clean.
OTC (over-the-counter) topicals purchased at your local pharmacy or online is also another option that can be considered. Essential oils have been known to help fight fungal and bacteria infections and may help alleviate some of the characteristics of itchy, smelly and flaky skin on the feet. Tea Tree oil, Clove oil and Lavender oil are just a few essential oils that could greatly improve the condition of your feet with repeated and consistent use. Our Anti-Fungal Oil is a wonderful holistic option. To purchase this product visit our natural product website: www.frommetouessentials.com/product-page/anti-fungal-oil-w-dropper-top
If you have questions about our products or services, please feel free to call or connect with The Traveling Pedicurist via email: firstname.lastname@example.org OR via phone: (919) 621-7027.