How to Prevent Smelly Feet

Smelly feet is otherwise known as bromodosis and is a common problem that can be very embarrassing not only for you but also for those around you. The odor of the feet is mainly caused by sweat and shoes. The feet and hands have more sweat glands than any other part of the body. So controlling foot sweat can be a daunting task. But when you focus on your feet and shoes, you will get odor free feet.

Here are a few simple steps you should take that will guarantee you odor free feet.

Bathe your feet daily

If you want to keep your feet from smelling, practice good foot hygiene. Wash your feet every day with warm water and soap. This will remove dirt, sweat, and other odor causing bacteria. Make sure to always take special care of your feet every time you take a bath or a shower. People always forget to wash their feet or do it too quickly. Your feet need more attention than any other part of your body.

You should make sure to wash between your toes and around the nail beds. These are places where bacteria can grow.

If your feet smell, try washing your feet severally in a day. Once in the morning, once at night, and once after you work out or get extra sweaty.

Exfoliate your feet

Getting rid of dead skin can reduce the smell. You can scrub your feet at home with an exfoliating scrucb or a pumice stone, or possibly get yourself a pedicure. You should keep your toenails clean and trimmed to reduce bacteria.

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Moisturize your feet with lotion to keep them soft and healthy. Try to use lotions with fragrances like lavender or peppermint to help combat the odors.

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