We cannot help the odors of our body. We cannot help what we secrete at times because we are fleshy living organisms that have things that go in and go out of us. And when you start thing asking about it from a different perspective, you are going to start thinking that we, as a species, are so flawed and disgusting. But that is okay. We have foot odor remedy.
Was that a good transition? Well if you are getting impatient about what to do for your smelly and stinky feet, then pull up your pants and listen carefully. First of all, this could have been prevented if you just washed your feet properly before putting on socks and shoes.
But then again even if we clean ourselves up every day then why do we still stink by the end of it? hmm, good question huh? The only answer we could think of is that we are humans and we tend to stink no matter how hard we try to make that not happen.
We eat and drink and therefore, all that stuff has to come out after we took all the nutrients it has given us, right? We cannot help it. All of that has to come out at some point bt and while we could address the last two of that, we need to discuss more on our sweat.
We sweat everywhere and most of all we stink when we sweat. So imagine your feet, which sweats a lot, get encased in cotton for the entirety of the day and then get covered up in leather or cotton shoes. How do you think that will turn out? The sweater in there is going to ferment, for the lack of a better word.
And it is going to stink so damn bad. Once you take all the shoes and socks off, you need to wash it a lot with water and soap. Then mix two cups of some Epsom salt into something filled with warm water.
Make sure that the water is not really full to the brim or else this is not going to work. Soak your feet in that for a full fifteen minutes and do this twice a day, alright? That kind of salt is going to help you lessen the sweating and it can also kill the bacteria that makes the smell. Good, right?
But if you want to use powder instead of all this water, use both baking soda and also cornstarch. They absorb the moisture, which is good enough of a reason to start using socks and shoes the next day.
Do this frequently every day so it does not go over to smelly territory for when you have to remove your socks and shoes at work. Why would you even do that? Well, our feet are not exactly going to get comfortable in there for that long. It needs to breathe out. And just so you do not kill your workmates with the smell, use all these remedies.