Have you ever noticed your feet smelling bad? If you say no, you’re probably lying. Let’s face it. We’re all human, and we’ve all been turned away by the stench of our own feet at some point. You get home after a long, hard day at work, kick off your shoes and…run straight to the shower because you can’t stand the distinct, cheese-like aroma that your tootsies are emitting. So what exactly causes this nauseating smell, and how can you avoid it in the future?
If you’ve been living with dry, cracked heels, hiding your feet in sneakers all summer because you’re too ashamed of the unsightly skin and experience pain when wearing sandals, you’re not alone. Many people ignore their feet and don’t care for them properly, leading to all sorts of skin and movement issues. It’s time to break your bad habits and pamper your neglected heels. Read on to find out the secret to banishing that cracked skin for good.
Standing and walking are integral aspects of many jobs. From retail workers to restaurant employees and hospital staff, it is common to spend upwards of 8 hours per day on your feet. These days are usually passed on hard concrete floors that aren’t exactly comfortable. Extended periods of standing can cause severe joint and muscle issues throughout the body, especially if you don’t take the necessary precautions to prevent stress and fatigue on your feet. Here a few simple tips and tricks to avoid and alleviate that post-work foot pain.