The best foot soaks for cracked heels
There’s no doubt that you have come across many recipes and commercial foot soaks for cracked heels already. But you probably still have a lot of questions. Do any of them really work? Where do you get them? Which natural ones work? What is the best foot soaks for cracked heels?
We were wondering the same things so we scoured all of our top resources and found the following results below. But first, let’s take a look at why we love foot soaks
They are convenient.
Take little effort
Come in a variety of scents
They are an inexpensive way to help fix cracked heels.
Common ingredients in foot soak:
- Baking soda deodorizers your feet by killing the bacteria and act as an exfoliator
- Peppermint also has anti-inflammatory properties
- Epsom salts soften your skin
- Tea Tree as a disinfectant, antifungal
- Milk work great for healing irritated skin
- Green tea is a natural moisturizer
- Olive oil soothes itchy skin
- Vinegar helps to soften the callouses
Most all natural DIY foot soaks and commercial foot soaks have these ingredients in them. The commercials foot soaks may also have a form of medication in them also to help a variety of ailments.
The most common DIY homemade foot soak is:
1 cups of Epsom Salt
1 cups of Kosher Salt
1 cup Baking Soda
2-3 drops essential oil
Warm water to cover the feet to the ankle in the basin
Instructions: Mix all the together in the bowl. Let the water cool to a skin safe temperature. Soak feet 15 minutes or until water is no longer warm. Pat dry.
Take a look at our top selling foot soaks:
Once you soak your feet what do you do?
Soak your feet in a foot bath.
File your heels in with a foot file
File toenails in a straight line with curved edges
Push back cuticles on toenails
Give yourself a paraffin treatment
Apply a thick lotion or heel cream
Keeping your heels smooth can be a lot more manageable than you think. What are some of your favourite foot care products?