Hard and cracked heels often appear due to lack of moisture. We pay a lot of attention to our face, but above all, we neglect other parts of our body, especially our feet. Over time, the dry skin on the heels cracks and not only causes a lot of pain but also makes it easier for harmful bacteria to enter the body.

Fortunately, with proper care, it is possible to remove tough skin from your feet forever. We have prepared 6 easy and efficient methods for you to achieve baby-soft skin on your feet. All the necessary ingredients are widely available and accessible, so just take action.

Special Care for Damaged and Broken Skin

Skin-repairing Parsley Foot Bath

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Parsley contains vitamin Ccollagen, and vitamin K. These nutrients help repair and regenerate the skin, promote skin elasticity, and accelerate skin healing. This makes parsley one of the best home remedies for dry feet and cracked heels.

What to do:

Chop 10 to 12 sprigs of parsley into fine pieces and add to a bowl of warm water; soak your feet for 30 minutes; Repeat every day for smooth feet.

Lemon Compress

Lemon is one of the best remedies for dry and cracked heels. It has antiseptic and anti-inflammatory qualities and contains vitamin C. Lemon juice improves skin health and relieves skin irritation. It has no side effects, so you can use this method as much as you want!

What to do:

Buy a big soft lemon and a cheap pair of socks; Cut the lemon in half and remove the juice with a juicer or simply by squeezing it (but leave the pulp in half);

Place the heels on the lemon halves and put on your socks. Leave on for 30 minutes; Remove the lemon peels and rub some carrier oil (eg coconut) on your heels.

Tea Tree Oil Foot Bath

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Tea tree oil has been used in traditional medicine for a long time. It is a natural antiseptic that relieves inflammation of the skin and heals wounds. Use a tea tree oil lotion to rub your feet or make this amazing foot spa:

What to do:

Fill a bowl with warm water and add a few drops of tea tree oil; Place your feet in the basin and moisten the calluses until the skin softens.

Warning: do not soak for more than 15 minutes! Tea tree oil is very strong and can damage the skin if it is kept in the oil for too long.

Apple Cider Vinegar Soak

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Apple cider vinegar has many benefits for our feet. During the day, our feet are mainly covered in socks and shoes, which generates germs. In addition, our feet do not receive enough oxygen, which causes the skin to dry out. Apple cider vinegar kills microbes, softens skin, and eliminates foot odor.

What to do:

Fill a bowl with warm water (4 parts) and add one part apple cider vinegar; Soak for 20 minutes; After taking your feet out of the sink, gently rub your heels or with a pumice stone.

Oatmeal And Jojoba Oil Mask

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Oatmeal is used as a natural exfoliator that removes dead skin and softens it. When applied to the skin, oatmeal relieves redness, itching, and dryness. Jojoba oil is suitable for all skin types, is rich in vitamin E, B complex, zinc, copper, and selenium, and restores the natural balance of the skin. It is lightweight, non-sticky, odorless, and has a long shelf life.

What to do:

In a bowl, mix the oatmeal with enough jojoba oil to make a thick paste; Rub this paste on your dry skin and leave it for 30 minutes; Wash your feet with lukewarm water and dry them with a soft towel; Repeat every day.

Banana And Avocado Moisturizing Mask

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Bananas are the perfect moisturizer. The enzymes in this fruit help remove dead skin cells from the feet and soften them like silk. Avocados are rich in oils and fats, perfect for dry and tough skin. This simple mask will help heal dry heels and enrich your skin with vitamins.

What to do:

Blend a banana and half an avocado in a blender to make a paste; apply this paste on the heel and let it rest for 20 minutes; Wash your feet with lukewarm water and dry them with a soft towel;

Repeat every day until the dry skin on the heels improves and the cracks heal.

Do you have tough skin and cracked heels? Which of the recipes listed would you like to try? Maybe you have your own cracked heel medicine? Make sure to share with us in the comment section!

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