Did you ever wonder how to clean your feet with baking soda?
Well, look no further. Below I’ll give the right way to do this.
And I can tell you that you’ll get some great results. See the below picture just to have an idea.
I think it is important to have nice and smooth feet at all times.
But with our stressful life where we have to run everywhere, we are really giving a hard time to our feet.
So having an easy method to clean up hard skin and dead skin would be really welcome at times.
Baking soda foot soak is a method that you can apply at home.
It is cheap and easy to do.
So there is nothing that prevents you to perform it. But first, let see if baking soda is safe for your feet.
Is baking soda good for feet?
Well, bakeries owners will definitely tell you that there is nothing wrong with baking soda.
In fact, we all bake using it and that’s almost on a weekly basis.
So if baking soda is good as a food intake ingredient, it surely should not hurt in cleaning up our feet.
Does baking soda remove dead skin on feet?
This a technical question that I’d like to put to bed.
Yes, baking soda does remove dead skin on feet.
And it does, even more, it removes hard skin too after a couple of applications.
Can baking soda kill foot fungus?
Researchers have thoroughly investigated this condition and the application of baking soda to solve it.
And the results are clear.
So, when you apply the below method for removing bad skins, you’ll also reduce the risks of having fungus.
I think you know the proverb, where we kill two birds with one stone.
That’s exactly what we are doing here.
We will show you how to remove dead skin from feet using baking soda, but by doing so, you’ll also get rid of fungus or prevent them to grow.
Soaking feet in baking soda recipe
What I like about the baking soda for feet recipe is that it is easy.
But even better than that, and if you read in between the lines, this recipe has four potential positive effects on you:
- First, it’ll clean up your feet from dead and hard skins.
- Second, you can use it for your hands.
- Third and finally, it will prevent you from a fungus.
- Fourth, you can use baking soda for feet smell.
- You don’t have to go to a specialized salon to use this remedy. You can just apply the below treatment at home.
Ingredients for the soaking feet in baking soda
- You need about 4-5 liters of water.
- And just 3 tablespoons of baking soda.
- Pumice stone.
The below picture illustrates the feet of your dream after applying the baking soda recipe. Note that you need to apply some nice cream after the treatment. We will see this below.
How to make feet soft with baking soda?
Second, dissolve the baking soda in the warm water.
Third, soak your feet in the solution for about 15-20 minutes.
Fourth, take you pumice stone and gently rub your feet with it.
Fifth, applying a nourishing cream or some Vaseline.
Now, you’re done.
For optimum results, you may want to wear cotton soaks overnight.
The soaks will also prevent the cream from getting into your bedsheets.
How long do I need to use baking soda for my feet?
First, let me tell you how long it will take for you to see some results.
What you’ll find is that this method is very quick.
Right after your first baking soda feet treatment, you should see some very nice and positive results.
You’ll see it and feel that your feet are smooth and you’ll feel good about it. And that as soon as you’ll apply the cream at the end of the first baking soda feet bath.
You probably will fall in love again with your feet. What else do you really want?
Now, I can say from experience that you need to do the “baking soda on feet” recipe every day for between 5 to 7 days.
Then you need to pause for one week.
After the week has passed, you can repeat the procedure.
For me, I needed to perform the procedure three times.
And I had optimum results.
And you know what, you can use baking soda for getting rid of feet smell. This is a really nice side effect.
Here is a very easy homemade foot scrub baking soda recipe.
The treatment helps in getting rid of bad smell, bad dead skin, bad hard skin, and baking soda helps athletes foot recovery too.
So if athletes use it and it works for them, there is no reason why it should not work for you.
Back to you
I truly hope you’ll take action and get your dead skin removed.
I do not know if you know this, but dead skin is a house for microbes.
And as such, I would advise you not to undermine this and ensure you clean your feet.
Take great care of you and speak soon in another Omigy healthy article.