4 Easy Home Remedies For Dry Cracked Heels
1 tablespoon of white vinegar and 8 l of water
1/2 tablespoon of baking soda and 4 l of water
4-8 l of warm water and few drops of Camellia sinensis oil (it is especially good for bacteria and foot fungus)
4-8 l of warm water and 2-3 tablespoons of lemon juice
Each of the solutions has the same procedure. Once a week soak your feet in the mixture you choose for 30-45 minutes, then wash your feet. After you dry your feet, apply some hydrating cream and put on cotton socks.
You can also apply some olive or coconut oil, or any cooking oil. Always put on cotton socks, because cotton allows the skin to breathe.
Every time you can, apply a thick layer of oil, wrap your feet in a plastic bag and put on some socks. Keep your feet like this as long as you can, it is best if you can stay like this for the whole night, once a week.
But, if it is too much, and you can not sleep with the socks on, try to do this procedure at least for an hour, 2-3 times a week. This will keep your heels hydrated and smooth.