Foot Care Tips
- Soak your feet in vinegar water. Add half a cup of vinegar (white or cider) to a pan of hot water and add feet.
- Cutting your toenails is easiest after a bath, shower, or foot soak. These soften the nails.
- When your shoes start hurting your toes, cut your toenails.
- Wrap a corn with duct tape so that it even the sides are not exposed. Remove the tape and file the corn with an emery board, and add new tape.
- Get rid of corns with a bread poultice. Add vinegar (white or cider) to a small piece of bread. Tape the wet bread to the corn and leave it on overnight. Repeat until gone
- To speed up corn removal, soak feet in hot water with vinegar added. After soaking for a half hour, use a pumice stone while the corn is under the water. If you don’t have a pumice stone, you can dry your foot and file the corn down with an emery board.
- One of the best things to improve the look of feet is a pumice stone . It will get rid of white, dry, flaky skin in a hurry.
- Keep the pumice stone wet at all times by using it in the shower, bathtub, or a foot soak.
- Rub the stone over the heel, under the heel a short way, next to the big toe, and around the outside edges of the foot.
- If you feel the stone rubbing, you’ve gone far enough. You just want to remove dead skin and calluses. Finish with a good moisturizing lotion