Prevent cracked heels or aid the healing process by applying this DIY foot balm. It contains olive oil, tea tree oil, and shea butter.
Tagged: Foot Health
If you’re prone to athlete’s foot, it’s best to keep your feet dry and alternate shoes, and avoid these common mistakes that make it worse.
Learn to use the power of natural ingredients to reduce the risk of recurring foot fungus. This DIY tea tree foot soak will do the trick!
Nourish your feet, freshen them up, decrease cracked heels, and get rid of unpleasant odors by applying this DIY mint foot butter.
Use tea tree oil for its anti-fungal, antibacterial, and anti-inflammatory properties. Read about the other health benefits in this article.
Learn how a simple DIY foot bath with bentonite clay and Epsom salt can promote detoxification and healthier feet.
Don’t be afraid to put those flip-flops on for summer. Get your cracked heels under control and moisturized with this exfoliating DIY foot scrub.
If you suffer from puffiness around the feet or ankles, this simple tea can help reduce swelling and ease discomfort.
Pamper your feet with this hydrating and cleansing foot scrub, which is filled with antimicrobial, restorative, and disinfectant properties.
Diabetic foot ulcers should not be ignored. Roughly 15% of diabetics will develop them, so be proactive with these natural remedies.
If you are looking to help your body detox without exerting a lot of effort, you need this foot bath in your life. Try it today!
You’ll never want to stop using this easy-to-make whipped foot butter recipe once you see how your legs and feet feel. Apply it at the end of the day.
Need to relax at the end of a long day? Soak your feet in this cleansing foot bath, which can help purify your feet and get rid of foot fungus.
Onions in your socks? Oh, yes! Try out this alternative remedy to remove toxins and you’ll be so surprised at how great it makes you feel!
Tired from standing all day? Do your feet need to breathe? Kick back and enjoy a homemade foot bath that’ll make your feet feel fresh and new.
A fungal infection is an inflammatory condition caused by a fungus.
Most bunions are the result of wearing tight fitting and thus uncomfortable shoes. Causes and Risk Factors According to the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, more than half of U.S. women have bunions. They go on to...
A common heel problem is “heel spur”, also known as bone spur. A bone spur is a condition where the sole becomes inflamed at the region of a bony spur or growth off the heel