Views: 51 Author: Site Editor Publish Time: 2022-01-01 Origin: Site
Spring is the time to travel and enjoy the company of family and friends.
One of the main problems that many people face in the spring is that their feet sweat too much due to the high temperature (of course, it can also happen during the rest of the year). This is very uncomfortable for people, because it makes wearing shoes or slippers inconvenient, and can produce odor. Today, the editor will introduce a few tips to prevent foot sweating.
Sodium bicarbonate (aka baking soda or bread soda) is a good help. Pour a little bit into a bucket with some water, and put your feet in it for about 10 minutes. It helps reduce sweating on the feet and also prevents odors.
Black tea is another option. Boil some water with five black tea bags for about 15 minutes. Let the water cool, then put your feet there. Then dry them very thoroughly and use some talcum powder.
These two techniques are very useful, but there are some basic routines that must be followed in daily life. They may seem obvious, but doing so can help your feet sweat and reduce odor. Even if you don't take a shower every day. Try to wash your feet with some special soap that kills bacteria every day.
Dry your feet immediately after taking a shower, and often use some talcum powder to keep it dry and prevent the rapid growth of bacteria. Also don't use the same shoes and socks often also helps.
Some other tips are to let your feet breathe and try to use open shoes, especially if because your job requires you to wear closed shoes or even boots in certain situations, it is important to give your feet a break.