We tend to care for our hair, hands, and face, but seem to forget about our feet all too often. It shouldn’t be that way. They are your support and have to be the first to be cared for and pampered. They are also the most affected by walking, wearing tight shoes, walking barefoot, doing exercise, etc.

In order to have perfect feet, with no hard skin, callouses, or cracked heels, you just have to have a little bit of time every week. Follow these tips:

1. Use a pumice stone

pumice stone

It is a vital element for caring for your feet. It is a volcanic rock that is very porous but low in density that you can find in any beauty store or supermarket.


After showering or a hot bath, use this stone to gently scrape the areas where callouses form on your feet, especially on your heels.

2. Power of Banana


Bananas have curative powers for your feet. Just beat two bananas in a blender until you get a paste. Put it on your heels after showering. Leave it on for 10 minutes and remove it with warm water. Repeat this process once a week.

3. Vegetable Oil

vegetable oil for feet

You may not like the feeling at first, but you should keep in mind that it’s very effective for dry or cracked feet. Once you wash and dry them well, put your feet in a bowl with hydrogenated oil. Wear thick socks all night. This will help remove dead cells. You can do it three times a week.

4. Foot Bath with Sea Salt

Foot bath with Sea salt

You should do a weekly foot bath with sea salt for a half hour. It isn’t a big task: you can do it while you watch television or while painting your fingernails. This will make them look more relaxed, especially if you tend to keep standing or sitting down all day at work.

5. Petroleum Jelly

foot treatment with Petroleum jelly

Apply generous amount of lotion or petroleum jelly on your feet and cover it with light cotton socks to let your skin absorb the moisture while you sleep. Do it twice or thrice a week and see a remarkable change on the soles of your feet.

6. Lemon Juice

foot treatment with Lemon juice

Soak your feet in lemon juice for approximately ten minutes. Lemon juice is a mild acid that helps to dissolve dead and dry skin for easy removal. Use a loofah or soft foot brush to scrub your feet after you’re done soaking them.


You may want to wait until any cuts or trauma have healed before trying this.

7. Olive oil or Coconut oil

olive oil massage

Daily massage olive oil or coconut oil on feet. These oils contain vitamin E and other helpful natural extracts that make skin soft.

8. Honey and Lemon Mix

honey and lemon mix

Take honey and add lemon juice to it. This mixture helps to remove dead skin cells from feet and provide lots of moisture. Follow this remedy twice a week for getting beautiful feet. One can also add honey to milk and keep feet in it for 10 minutes daily for getting rid of dry and crack feet.

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