Your feet produce a lot of sweat, especially during summer days. It produces more sweat glands than any other part of the body. Your skin release sweat throughout the day to keep your body cool and also keep your skin moisture.
Everyone has sweat problems, but pregnant women and teenagers’ feet produce more sweat because their body produces hormones that make them very sweaty.
People who are doing a lot of work all day on their feet, who are under more stress or have a medical problem that makes them produce more sweat than others’ feet. If you have sweat on your feet for a long time, there are some bacteria on the feet. When a sweat and bacteria buildup, it causes a foul odor on your feet. There are some home remedies available to eliminate the foot odor.
Soak in the black tea for a foot bath
Strong black tea has tannic acids. This acid helps to kill any odor-causing bacteria on your feet, and also help to close pores as well as helps your feet to sweat less. You should boil the two tea packs in a pint of water for 15 minutes. After that remove the packs and add two-quarters of water with the tea. If the mixture is cool, then soak your feet for 20-30 minutes. Do it daily until your foot odor is gone.
Try an antibiotic ointment
If your foot normally sweats, it does not smell. When the bacteria interact with your foot, then it begins to stink. If you have odor problems, you should know how to kill the bacteria? Before you sleep, rub your feet with an antibiotic ointment. Put the ointment on your foot as well as between your toes. In the morning, bacteria and your foot odor will be gone out.
Neutralize odor with vinegar
Make a solution of 1/3 cup of apple cider vinegar for your foot with a full of warm water or cold water. This solution will help you to kill bacteria and it neutralizes the odor on your foot.
Use the fragrant on your foot
Rub your foot with smell good oils like lavender, rose and so on. These oils not only keep your foot with good smell, but it also helps to kill the bacteria. Use the fragrant few drops on your feet and rub it all before you go to the bed. For full benefit, cover your foot with socks.
Some peoples are saying that adding zinc to your diet can help to eliminate the foot odor. This mineral has the top pantry sources includes beef, spinach, seafood, oatmeal, beans, mushrooms, cashews, and almonds. Dark chocolate is another great source of zinc.
Dust on some starch
Cornstarch is a help to your feet feel fresh and it absorbs sweat. Sprinkle the starch liberally on your foot once or twice a day before putting the socks. And also try to dusting your shoes and foot with a baking soda.