Foot Care:

The basic care of the lower leg, foot, and nails, including mobility and health assessment, and interventions of trimming nails; buffing corns, calluses, and thickened nails; and patient teaching.

How can you get wrinkle-free hands and feet?

Husain says, “The best way to treat aging lines and wrinkles on your feet is by doing home treatments like applying olive oil or sesame seed oil on your feet and massaging it until it absorbs completely." For cracked heels, soak your feet in hot water for a good 20 minutes.



16 Tips & Tricks for Foot Care to Enhance The Natural Beauty Of Feet:

  • Wash Your Feet Regularly with soap and water.
  • Soak the feet in warm water with oils and massage them to relax.
  • Exfoliate Twice Weekly
  • Keep Your Feet Moisturized
  • Trim Toenails Properly
  • Wear Well-Fitting Shoes
  • Allow proper blood circulation
  • Try to avoid a barefoot walk in public areas
  • Indulge in a moisturizing treatment and scrub for smooth feet
  • Dry your feet carefully especially between the toes.
  • Use foot packs
  • Trim your nails to a suitable length
  • Remove your nail polish
  • Take care of sweaty feet
  • wearing socks can help prevent injury.
  • Perform foot self-exam


                                             


Tips to prevent sweating in feet:

If you are putting on hosiery or other fabric socks (that prompt sweating) then dust the feet with baking soda or corn starch, it would prevent sweating.

Tips to fight foot odor:

  • Take warm water 
  • Add some salt and white vinegar to it.
  • Dip your feet for 15-20 minutes in the solution.
  • You can repeat this process as required, this would help fight the foot odor.


Diabetes foot Care:

Diabetics are at special risk for developing foot issues. With diabetes, damage to the blood vessels causes poor circulation and this can be especially true in the feet. 

Proper foot care with the help of a trained professional reduces the potential for permanent nerve and circulatory damage.

Do's:

  • Wash your feet every day with mild soap and lukewarm water. Gently oat your feet dry after washing them. 
  • Ask your doctor if it's safe to trim your own nails. Cut your toenails straight across to help prevent ingrown nails. Then file your toenails so they are not sharp on the corners.

Don'ts:

  • Don't wash your feet in hot water. It could cause burns.
  • Don't use a knife or rip out long nails to trim them.