Tuesday, 13 June 2017

[ ::: ♥Keep_Mailing♥ ::: ]™ Get Rid of Cracked Heels With These Easy Home Cures!

It's caused by wearing slippers. If I get cracked heels, I wear socks and sport shoes and the problem is gone.


The Best Home Remedies For Cracked Heels

Cracked heels, or heel fissures, are a common condition in which the skin begins to break along the outer edge of the heel. The skin there becomes very dry, hard and flaky, which causes the fissures to occur. Some of these fissures may even lead to painful bleeding. But there's no need to lose hope, because there are excellent home remedies to treat this condition. Lets review some of them.

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What Causes Cracked Heels?

Cracked heels can happen to anyone for a variety of reasons, but here are some of the most commonly found responsible factors:

How Can You Treat Cracked Heels?
One of the most important habits to adopt if you have cracked heels, or have had it in the past, is to keep your feet moisturized at all time. Use a soft foot file on your cracked heels to reduce the development of fissures and to remove dry and dead skin cells. Remember, getting rid of cracked heels can be a bit of a process, and the condition will not disappear overnight.

1. Use Oils


Hydrogenated vegetable oil is said to be very good at treating cracked heels. Other oils that are good for treating the condition are: sesame, coconut, olive and vegetable oils.

First clean your feet with soap and water and pat them dry. If you already have cracks in your heels, rub your feet down for a few minutes with a pumice stone to get rid of the dry skin. Then, clean the area with a tissue and apply the oils to any cracks or sores in your heels. Rub the oils in liberally and leave the oil on your feet overnight. For effective results, apply oil each night for a week and you will experience a dramatic improvement in your cracked heels.

2. Ripe Bananas

ripe bananas

Bananas can be an excellent moisturizer if they are used correctly. Mash up the banana and apply the mixture to your dry and cracked heels. Leave it on your feet for 15 minutes, then wash off the mixture with warm water. Later, use cold water to wash off the remainder and to refresh your feet.

3. Paraffin Wax



If you experience pain from cracked heels, paraffin wax can give you almost instant relief. Mix the paraffin with coconut or mustard oil and then heat it up until the wax melts. Use the resulting liquid and apply it to your feet to be left overnight or wash it off in the morning. You'll be amazed at the results!

4. Lemon Juice


Applying lemon juice to cracked heels will soften the skin as lemon has acidic properties. Stick your feet in a bucket of lukewarm water and lemon juice for 10 to 15 minutes to hydrate your feet. Once you finish, clean your feet with a pumice stone and pat your feet dry.

5. Rice Flour With Honey and Vinegar

rice flour

This is a great natural scrub for removing dead skin cells. To make the scrub, take 2 tablespoons of rice flour and mix it with 2-3 tablespoons of honey and vinegar. This should make a thick paste. Then, soak your feet in warm water for 10 minutes, apply the scrub on your heels and wash it off with warm water after it's dry.

6. Honey


Using just honey alone can also aid your cracked heels because it has antibacterial and moisturizing properties. When you soak your feet, mix 2-3 tablespoons of honey into the warm water and soak your feet for 15 minutes. This will leave your feet feeling moist and supple.

7. Salt Water

salt water

Believe it or not, this is an excellent remedy for dry and cracking heels, and it may be why most of the beach bums you know have soft, baby- feet. Place your feet into a bucket of salty warm water and leave them there for 15 minutes. Now remove your feet and place them in a bucket of cold water for 10 minutes. This will improve your blood circulation to your feet.

8. Indian Lilac or Neem Leaves


If you are able to purchase this herb fresh or have a paste available to you at your natural foods store, this solution is most effective in ridding of cracked heels for an extended period of time. Apply a mixture of neem leave powder and turmeric powder to the cracked area of your heels. Leave the mixture there for 30-45 minutes and wash away the paste when you are done. Pat your feet dry. You should see results in only a few days!

9. Petroleum Jelly


If you regularly scrub your cracked heels with a pumice stone, and then apply petroleum jelly, this will help you get rid of the dryness. After you have scrubbed your feet with a pumice stone, apply petroleum jelly to them before you go to bed. You will wake with softer and mostly crack-free heels.

10. Rosewater and Glycerin


Mix together equal amounts of rosewater and glycerin and rub the mixture over your cracked heels. If any of the fissures are open or bleeding, this could sting as a result of the glycerin (it contain alcohol). This should keep your skin soft for hours, and the mixture can be easily applied before you put on sandals or walk around barefoot outside.

11. Drinking Water

drinking water

It is important to keep your body hydrated, as this will prevent your feet from going dry. You should drink 12-15 glasses of water a day to give your heel the necessary elasticity so it won't crack in the future.

12. Watch Your Calcium Intake


To improve the state of your cracked heels, you need to watch your calcium intake. Add foods yogurt, milk and cheese, broccoli or fish to your diet.

13. Vitamin E and Iron


By adding Vitamin E to your diet, you will significantly aid in the occurrence of cracked heels. Foods vegetable oils, green vegetables, nuts and whole grains are great sources of vitamin E that you should try to incorporate into your diet. Iron is also important for curing cracked heels, so make sure that you are eating enough meat, chicken, and fish. 

14. Omega 3 Fatty Acids


Foods flaxseeds, flaxseed oil, and cold water fish are known to be rich sources of Omega 3, which helps reduce the effect of cracked heels.

If you suffer from cracked heels, try some of these natural and home-made remedies, and you are sure to have soft, supple feet.


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