London: Hands often give away the age of a person, but that doesn’t mean you avoid your feet. Take care of both as they are as important as your face, says an expert. Apply a mixture of glycerin and rose water or lemon on your heels to make them soft and smooth. In summer, fungal infections are common so keep your feet clean and use a medicated powder.
Take a close look at your nails. Are they as strong as they should be? Perhaps, not. Many people don’t pay enough attention to keeping their nails clean and healthy, which can lead to brittle nails that can easily chip and split.
And if you think that manicure and pedicure are the best ways to maintain healthy hand and feet nails, then think again. Hit the nail on the head by following these five ‘dos’ for healthy nails, as compiled from inspirationail.com and mayoclinic.org.com.
Pedicure at Home: Feet Whitening Spa and Nails Care
Moisturizing your nails helps protect them and keeps them soft and smooth. A gentle rub on your nail cuticles and surface helps in keeping them healthy.
When you lack in taking proper care of your feet, this may result in cracked heels. Therefore, it’s essential to follow a daily regime of cleansing and to moisturize your heels and a weekly regimen of exfoliating them during winters. If you already have cracked heels, exfoliate them daily by using milk and honey and moisturize them until they are cured completely.
Fruits have many enzymes and other miraculous components. They can even make you get rid of your cracked heels. You just need to pick certain fruits like banana, pineapple, avocado, papaya and mash them to massage your feet during winters. Banana and papaya are the best options as you can mash them easily. Rub them on their own or make a fruit mixture.