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There are various reasons why feet can emit an unpleasant odour, such as wearing damp shoes or socks, and occasionally not wearing socks

Home remedies for smelly feet

Smelly feet, also known as bromodosis, is a common problem that can be embarrassing and uncomfortable.

It is caused by the accumulation of sweat and bacteria on the feet, which leads to an unpleasant odour. If you are dealing with smelly feet, don't worry, there are many ways to treat and prevent this problem. In this article, we will discuss how to deal with smelly feet.

One of the easiest and most effective ways to deal with smelly feet is to wash your feet regularly. Use warm water and soap to wash your feet thoroughly, paying special attention to the areas between your toes. Dry your feet completely with a towel after washing them.

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An antifungal foot powder can help to reduce sweating and kill bacteria that cause foot odour. Sprinkle the powder on your feet and in your shoes before wearing them.

Wearing breathable shoes can help to prevent sweat from accumulating on your feet. Look for shoes made of natural materials, such as leather or canvas, and avoid synthetic materials, which can trap moisture and bacteria.

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Changing your socks frequently can help to keep your feet dry and prevent the growth of bacteria. Choose socks made of breathable materials, such as cotton or wool, and avoid wearing the same socks two days in a row.

After washing your feet, make sure to dry them thoroughly with a clean towel. Moisture can cause bacteria to thrive, so drying your feet well is essential. If possible, avoid wearing socks or shoes until your feet are completely dry.

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Shoe inserts can help to absorb sweat and reduce odour. Look for inserts made of materials such as activated charcoal, which can absorb moisture and kill bacteria.

Tea contains tannins, which can help to kill bacteria and reduce foot odour. Soak your feet in a basin of warm tea for 20-30 minutes once a week.

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Practicing good hygiene can help to prevent smelly feet. Avoid wearing the same shoes every day, and give your shoes time to dry out between wearings. Trim your toenails regularly, and avoid wearing tight-fitting shoes or socks.

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