How to Get Baby Soft Feet at Home With Simple Ingredients

How to Get Baby Soft Feet at Home With Simple Ingredients

Summer is the season of sandals, wedges, and espadrilles, and it’s high time we remember our feet. Yes, those poor feet we often forget about, though they keep us moving. The calluses, cracks, and dry skin that appears when we ignore their needs can be both unattractive and painful. So what we can do about them?

we collected some tips on how to maintain baby soft feet and rock that summer outfit. And check out our awesome bonus in the end!

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now here are some simple recipes you can use to soften the skin on your feet. Time to pamper them and thank them for all their work!

11. Baking soda

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We all know that baking soda is a universal miracle worker, and it’s time to reiterate this point once again with this powerful exfoliator. All you need is:

3 parts baking soda;
1 part water.

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Mix the ingredients in a bowl and apply to your feet. Massage them, paying special attention to heels, toes, and callouses (if there are any). If the skin is too dry, use a pumice stone or a foot file. When you’re finished, rinse your feet with warm water and apply some moisturizer.

Another use for baking soda is a foot bath. There’s nothing simpler: just fill a proper container with warm water, add 3 tablespoons of baking soda, stir, and soak your feet there for 10 minutes. Then rinse them with water and apply your favorite moisturizer.

10.Apple cider vinegar

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Vinegar is more than a remedy for dry skin — when combined with Listerine, it can soften callouses. To prepare this soak, you’ll need:

1 part apple cider vinegar
1 part Listerine
2 parts warm water

Soak your feet for no less than 10 minutes and no more than 20 minutes, pat dry, and then exfoliate the skin with a pumice or foot file.

Another way you can use vinegar to fight callouses is to soak a cotton pad in vinegar, apply it to the area, secure it with an adhesive bandage, and go to bed. Remove the pad when you wake up and exfoliate the skin. Repeat if necessary.

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