You are constantly on the move, and your feet sweat in shoes and smell unpleasant. It occurs in summer when wearing sandals and other shoes that are partially open to the feet, yet they sweat and smell unpleasant.
The first defense against unpleasant smell is hygiene of the feet. If, despite good washing with antibacterial soap and water, your feet continue to have unpleasant smell, prepare one of these simple baths:
1.Bath made of lemon juice and baking soda
Foot odor can be neutralized if you put 50 grams of baking soda and juice of one lemon in two liters of hot water and soak your feet in it. Keep your feet in the bath for 15 minutes. Repeat the procedure daily.
2.Bath made of apple cider vinegar
Put half a cup of apple cider vinegar in two liter of hot water. Soak your feet in the bath for 15 minutes at least once a day.
3.Bath made of sage and rosemary
Your feet will smell pleasant and nice and you will forget the unpleasant odor if you soak the feet in the following bath. Add a tablespoon of dried rosemary and one to two tablespoons of dried sage in boiled water (about two liters). When the ingredients are soaked in, and the water will almost cool, put your feet in the bath and enjoy for about 15 minutes.
The feet will be healthy and without fungi, which occur as a result of excessive sweating, if you can manage to maintain your feet without moisture. You can achieve so if before putting on sandals or shoes children you apply powder on your feet. Another good moisture absorber is corn flour.