Nobody likes to see someone with cracked heels, because they look groomed. The way your legs look can be the way people around you are making an impression about yourself. Because it’s said that the hands are a person’s business card, well, the same can be said about the legs.
Especially in summer, everyone wishes to have an impeccable pedicure and good looking legs. Beyond an impeccable hygiene, it takes a lot more to have beautiful and healthy legs that look good in any pair of slippers or sandals.
Many people spend a lot of money on pedicure. But you don’t have to do this anymore, because you can get rid of cracked heels with only two ingredients you already have at home. Here’s how you can prepare a highly effective treatment that will help you get smooth and soft hells:
- 2-4 cups of milk
- 3-4 tablespoons of baking soda
Heat the milk in a pot and then place it in a bowl. Add the baking soda and mix well. To get it done, you have to make sure the hells are sinking into this solution. Keep your feet for 10 minutes in the bowl. During this time, it’s possible to rub the area well with a special brush. People with very cracked heels can repeat this treatment every day or every two days. After 10 minutes, rinse your feet well with warm water and dry well with a towel. Finally, your legs will remain soft. It’s recommended to use a moisturizing cream for feet or coconut oil. Apply a generous amount, put some socks on your feet and let it work overnight.
People who are struggling with cracked heels will need more treatments, but in a few days they should see very good results. Baking soda also helps to eliminate the unpleasant odor of the legs and to neutralize nail fungi.
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