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Many of us have foot odor due to many reasons. A good breathable pair of shoes or sneakers and socks will help. But when your tootsies need extra help try these solutions:
Give your feet a nice soak in water with a bit of vinegar in it. Even a tablespoon of vinegar in 4 inches of water will do. Soak for 10-20 minutes then rinse off with water only.
Rub some natural oils such as aromatherapy oils on your feet before bed and wear socks over that so you won't ruin your sheets.
Give your feet a foot rub with some salts any salts scented or unscented will do. What you want is to scrub them so as to take off some dead skin then run with a good smelling oil or cream. If you don't have any creams use some baby petroleum jelly you can find in any dollar store.
Spray your feet with foot spray before wearing your shoes. Your shoes are very important if they smell so will your feet. It is hard to tell if they smell sometimes. Try the smell test on shoes after you have worn them. spray or disinfect if needed.
Always wash your feet well when taking showers or bath. No, they will not get clean cause the water is dripping on them, they need to be washed like the rest of the body.
Happy feet are also manicured feet go get a pedicure! Even guys get them. But make sure the place practices good hygiene and disinfects things for each customer.
fill with baking soda and place in freezer. once the moisture and bacteria are gone they should smell better. consider washing insoles. allow to dry before replacing and try to keep the shoes dry to avoid oder
The problem is the heat produced in the shoes. Since they are so warm many people's feet sweat in them making them smell, and the fur makes the smell stay. One suggestions would be to obviously wear socks, that's what I do with my uggs. If you would rather not wear socks then you can try washing them, but you can only do it by hand because the washer may ruin them. Be careful tho because they are easily ripped when wet. If that doesn't help enough then get odor eaters for shoes and use them when you aren't wearing them. If possible many people have started to replace the inserts in their uggs. Click here to see a website that sells these inserts and click here for a website that sells odor eaters.
I THINK THAT NOT A PROBLEM WE CAN REPLCE THE SOLE F YOUR SHOES . WHEN DID YOU BUY YOUR SHOES IS IT STILL IN WARRANTY IF YES THEN APPROACH YOUR AUTHORIZED DEALER AND GET THE REPLACEMENT IF NOT , TRY APPROACHING ANY DEALER WHO DEALS WITH YOUR SHOES AND GET THE WORK DONE IT WILL BE CHEAP ONLY . IF YOU FURTHER NEED ANY HELP PLEASE CONTACT ME THANK YOU
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