DIY To Exfoliate Feet In This Monsoon Season?

DIY To Exfoliate Feet In This Monsoon Season

Monsoon is approaching so we need to take care of our skin. But sometimes we ignore our feet only start caring about our face. But we can’t ignore the fact that our feet require more attention in monsoon. The contaminated rainwater and exposure to damp weather can cause smelly feet, fungal infections and other kinds of problems.

Here we are suggesting you the few ways to exfoliate your feet in monsoon:

DIY To Exfoliate Feet In This Monsoon Season

  1. Moisturise Your Feet with Olive Oil: Blend half cup of olive oil with one cup of sugar and it will be a wonderful moisturiser for feet. Apply it and rub on your feet and see the difference your skin will get polished. Olive oil is one of the essential oil for our skin and sugar smooth are skin.DIY To Exfoliate Feet In This Monsoon Season
  2. Exfoliate with Essential Oils: A scrub made of one cup of crude sea salt or Epsom salt with one spoon of lemon zest and a small amount of drops of lime essential oil. Use it twice a week for best results. It will not only peel all the dryness from the skin but also it will make your feet refresh.DIY To Exfoliate Feet In This Monsoon Season
  3. Exfoliate with Honey: Foot scrub can be made with two spoons of ground oatmeal, one spoon of honey, lime, olive oil each and two spoons of brown or standard sugar. Gently rub the blend on the feet and see the difference.DIY To Exfoliate Feet In This Monsoon Season
  4. Soak Your Feet In Milk: Blend a cupful of milk and one dollop of shampoo in tepid water and immerse your feet in the mix. Milk’s lactic acid will aid in the release the dull skin cells.
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