Most people don’t take much care of their feet except for people who get regular foot massage pedicures at beauty salons, spas, home…etc. people develop foot pains as early as their 20s. By getting older, some foot problems are inevitable but the progress of many problems can be slowed down.
Daily care of the feet is important not only to treat foot problems but also to prevent them. Podiatrists suggest washing and drying the feet thoroughly at least once a day and massage cream into the feet after bathing. For an odor problem, use a deodorant. Tired foot therapy is a good way to relax them and aid and boost blood circulation.
Foot ills such as ingrown toenails, calluses, corns, blisters and bunions can be treated successfully, if not prevented, with appropriate attention from a podiatrist. Rapid Soothing foot baths, glossy nail polish and pumice stones will not end foot ailments by months of poor foot treatment.
For the treatment of calluses and corns, soaking the feet in warm, soapy water for few minutes. Gently rub calluses or corns with a luffa. Remove dead skin with a firm brush. Massage moisturizing cream and oil into the skin. To prevent ingrown toenails, nails should be cut straight across and should extend a bit further than the end of the toe to prevent ingrown nails. Soaking the foot in warm water to soften the nail. Then, slip a small bit of sterile cotton under the nail so that it will be directed to grow properly.