The Best Tips To Heal Cracked and Dry Heels

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The Best Tips To Heal Cracked and Dry Heels

Obviously, brides should start taking care of their skin and bodies before the wedding day. And one way to do so is by trying some amazing DIY beauty recipes.

And with the wedding getting closer, brides tend to try different scrubs and creams to get the soft and silky skin they want.

But many brides can forget to take care of their feet and especially their heels.

Cracked heels are not a pretty sight, and no one wants to have them.

Here are some tips to help you get soft and silky heels.

 

 

Natural Oils

Coconut Oil, Argan Oil, or any other natural oil is great to moisturize your feet and heels.

Wash your feet first and scrub them, then apply one of your favorite oils. After that wear some cotton socks to keep them moisturized.

Lemon, Salt, Glycerin, and Rose Water Mix

This recipe is one of the best recipes to help you have soft feet and silky smooth heels.

Make sure you soak your feet more than once in this great mixture.

Fill a tub or container with water, add some salt, lemon juice, glycerin, and rose water, soak your feet for 15 minutes, then scrub your feet.

After that, mix some glycerin, rose water, and lemon juice, rub the mixture on your feet and wear your socks till the next day.

After taking off your socks, make sure you wash your feet with warm water. 

Dead Sea Salts

At the end of the day, soak your feet in warm salt water for at least 10-15 minutes. Dead Sea salts would be perfect for that.

After drying your feet, apply your favorite moisturizing foot cream. Don't leave your feet uncovered, put on a pair of socks right away, and leave overnight.

Additional Tips

  • Do not walk barefoot.
  • Drink plenty of water to keep your skin hydrated.
  • Dry your feet well after a shower.
  • Moisturize regularly.
  • Avoid wearing open shoes for extended periods of time.
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