1. Lemon, Salt, Glycerine, Rose Water Foot Mask:
One of the first steps towards having a pair of beautiful feet is to heal them, and that is why this foot mask is absolutely perfect home remedy for cracked heels.
2. Vegetable Oil
Combine a spoonful of olive oil and a few drops of lemon or lavender oil to create a moisturizing cracked-heel cream. Shake the ingredients until they form a thick, milky solution and use when needed. Shake before each use.
3. Vaseline and Lemon Juice
Combine one teaspoon of Vaseline and juice from one whole lemon. Wash your feet and pat them dry before applying. Apply to the dry areas and heels of your feet until you’ve used the entire batch. You should do this just before bed and wear wool socks to lock in the moisture. The wool will also prevent your sheets from becoming stained. The oils in the mixture will soften the dry areas.
Honey is great to moisturise your feet and has great antibacterial properties.
5. Rice Flour:
Make this scrub that’s great for scrubbing your feet.
1. Do not rub or scratch the affected area. Instead, try applying cold compresses or ice packs to the itchy area for a few minutes at a time.
2. Do not wash too often. Avoid bubble baths, fragrant soaps, and other products that may dry your skin. Pat your skin dry when you are finished instead of rubbing the towel over your body. Use lukewarm water instead of hot water. The heat from the water can contribute to your dry feet.
3. Avoid saunas and steam baths if possible.
4. Moisturize after each shower or every time your feet come into contact with water.
5. Wear shoes that allow your feet to breathe. Avoid excessive sweating.
6. Avoid blasting the heater in your home, or use a humidifier to help keep moisture in the air. Heating units are notorious for drying out the air in a home or office.
7. Avoid alcohol and caffeine, which can cause the itchy feeling to worsen.