Rub Your Feet With This Mixture And Say Goodbye To Varicose Veins, Horns And Heels Cracked In Only 10 Days

You have been concocting the peeling for feet to test urgently at the end of summer ... just after having ventilated gambols and petons and have done to them undergo the worst abuses on the pebbles, the rocks and the burning sand. Result: your feet can not stand up to you and make gray mine. Test our natural recipe, which will both moisturize them but also degumps dead skin to stimulate the production of new cells. You're going to kick your feet you're told!

The crevasses affect the heels, because they are the ones most affected and the most stressed by the daily aggressions. The lack of hydration is also implicated in the appearance of this excess of keratin, hence these unsightly cracks which become very disabling and sometimes even painful.

Overly aggressive or inappropriate care, exposure to the sun, rubbing, prolonged standing as well as wearing unsuitable footwear also contribute to drying out the skin and making it rougher. Hello calluses and cracks! To remedy this, here is a natural recipe to test without further delay. Your feet will thank you.

Here is an inexpensive tip based on turmeric and aspirin to exfoliate the feet

ingredients

A few drops of lemon juice
10 aspirated tablets
1 tablespoon turmeric powder

Preparation:

In a bowl, mix the lemon with a large tablespoon of turmeric powder and the aspirin pillaged and reduced to powder. Coat your feet with this mixture. Rub vigorously, insisting on areas where the skin is rougher. Wrap your feet in food wrap and then put on socks. Leave it on all night. Nothing to say, this peeling for feet is miraculous!

Rinse your feet in the morning. Dry thoroughly before massaging with vegetable oils. Argan oil or olive oil work miracles on dried skin. And that should soften calluses, corns and calluses, soften the arch of the foot in addition to favor the blood circulation.

The benefits of ingredients:

Turmeric has no place except in the spice bottles that are enthroned in your kitchen. This spice with a thousand virtues is as preventive as it is curative. It also beautifies the skin, thanks to its anti-oxidant properties that combat the aging of the skin. Dreadful anti-inflammatory and antibacterial, turmeric is a valuable ally against acne problems. You will have understood this bright yellow spice will take care of you from the head ... to the feet. No more swollen feet! The turmeric disentangles and detunes the corns.

It has been demonstrated in light of phytotherapeutic studies, that turmeric is full of resources and is not good only to promote the digestive process. It has the property of alleviating inflammation, but also preventing breast or liver cancer, protecting the brain of Alzheimer's and fighting diabetes. Do not be surprised either if you were told that this spice that brings up so well the taste of your chicken curry, could rid you of eczema, itching and even psoriasis.

Aspirin: Did you know that the oldest medication in the world now has its noble beauty? Its new indications may surprise you. Its anti-inflammatory effect would overcome acne. There is every reason to believe that it would be greatly thanks to a fat-soluble ingredient that consists of aspirin, beta-hydroxy acid, which is used in the manufacture of exfoliating, lightening and cleansing creams. Aspirin would thus clear the spots, stimulate the elimination of dead cells, and exert a healing effect that repairs the sequelae and lesions of acne.

Lemon: Astringent, antibacterial, antioxidant, the benefits of this citrus on the skin are no longer to be demonstrated. Its role will consist in this recipe to make the skin more pleasant to the touch, especially in the roughest places.

Some habits to adopt on daily basis:
  • Adopt the bathing ritual with sea salts or baking soda
  • Take the time to thoroughly dry your feet by insisting on the cracks between the toes to avoid the proliferation of fungi
  • Make sure to moisturize the epidermis of the foot after each cleaning
  • Avoid wearing too narrow or high-heeled shoes, especially for long walks. 

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