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Cracked Heels:9 Natural Remedies To Heal Them FAST.

Cracked Heels:9 Natural Remedies To Heal Them FAST.

Cracked feet are ugly and hurt!

These cracks tend to appear when wearing sandals and flip flops in the summer.

The concern is that these cracks in the skin can lead to infections and pain if they are not treated quickly enough...

Fortunately, there are 100% natural and effective remedies to heal and remove cracked heels quickly.

You will find beautiful soft feet in just a few days!

Here are 9 easy treatments to relieve and heal large cracked heels . Watch:

Cracked Heels:9 Natural Remedies To Heal Them FAST.

  • 1. Coconut Oil
  • 2. Honey
  • 3. Epsom Salt
  • 4. Avocado Oil
  • 5. Banana + Coconut Oil
  • 6. Shea butter
  • 7. Listerine
  • 8. Vicks
  • 9. White vinegar
  • How to avoid cracked feet?

1. Coconut Oil

Put a spoonful of coconut oil on each cracked heel and massage well.

Then put on a sock before bed.

The next day, your heels will feel smoother and softer.

Repeat the operation every night until the skin of the heels is more supple and the cracks are closed.

Coconut oil is a natural disinfectant that kills germs that can cause infection.

2. Honey

Put a cup of honey in 4 liters of hot water.

Pour the mixture into a basin and immerse your feet for 20 to 30 minutes.

Honey moisturizes and cleanses cracked heels, warding off germs that could lead to infection.

3. Epsom Salt

Add about 100g of Epsom salt to a basin of hot water.

Soak your feet for 20-30 minutes.

Epsom salt gently exfoliates the feet.

Then, massage your feet with an oil like coconut or jojoba oil to moisturize them.

4. Avocado Oil

Avocado oil soothes the skin naturally.

It is excellent for cuts, scrapes and crevices.

It kills germs, heals and hydrates the skin.

Massage your feet with a teaspoon of avocado oil before going to bed. Put on some socks and let it work.

In the morning, your heels are very soft.

Repeat the operation every night until complete healing.

5. Banana + Coconut Oil

Mash a banana and add 3 tablespoons of coconut oil.

Apply to heels that are too dry and leave on for 20-30 minutes.

Rinse in a warm bath (without soap) and dry your feet well.

Banana and coconut oil are loaded with natural enzymes that promote cell renewal and moisturize the skin

6. Shea butter

Shea butter is rich in vitamins A, D, E and F, as well as antioxidants and essential fatty acids.

It fights the dryness of the skin naturally.

With shea butter, a very small amount is enough.

You can soak your feet in a basin filled with hot water with a tablespoon of shea butter for 15 minutes.

You can also massage your feet with 1-2 tablespoons of shea butter and put on socks for the night.

7. Listerine

Here is an easy to prepare and extremely effective home remedy.

Mix 100 ml of listerine, 100 ml of white vinegar and 150 ml of hot water in a basin.

Then, soak your feet in it for 10 to 15 minutes.

Dry your feet well.

8. Vicks

This is the DIY remedy that I use in winter when my feet are very cracked.

Soak your feet for 10 minutes in warm soapy water.

Then pass the pumice stone to remove the dead skin.

Finally, massage your feet with Vicks Vaporub and put on socks before bed.

Repeat the process until your heels are flawless.

It also works with Tiger Balm.

9. White vinegar

Here is the fastest and most economical remedy of all.

It works in just one to two weeks to heal your heels.

For this, mix 150 ml of white vinegar and 2 liters of hot water.

Soak your feet in this mixture for 20 minutes every night.

Hydrate your feet well before going to bed.

Once a week, use a pumice stone to gently remove all dead skin.

How to avoid cracked feet?

Cracked Heels:9 Natural Remedies To Heal Them FAST.

We think, wrongly, that having cracked heels is not very serious.

However, over time, the cracks can become deeper, increasing the risk of infection...

It is therefore urgent to use one of the remedies that we have just seen together to cure them.

Also remember to drink plenty of water to stay hydrated.

If you tend to get cracked heels, avoid doing the following things:

- walking barefoot

- leave your feet without hydration

- wear open-backed shoes

- have shoes that are too small and rub on the heel

- avoid standing in the same position