There are no oil glands at all in the skin of your feet. When the skin on your feet dries out, it can lead to painful cracking and peeling. The openings in the skin allow easy access for bacteria that can cause infections, making the discomfort worse.
Lack of moisture causing cracked feet and heels is obvious, but cracked and itchy feet can also be caused by other causes and medical: standing for long hours, cold weather, continuous exposure to water, being overweight, and wearing improper footwear.
Conditions like eczema, psoriasis, thyroid disease and diabetes can also contribute to this problem.
With these simple remedies, you can be on your way to smoother skin and a lot less pain.
This oil contains ingredients that naturally cool the skin and minimize pain and inflammation. The oil also temporary relieves itching feet due to dry skin or skin irritations.
Before applying the oil to the skin, make sure to dilute the oil with water.
Baking soda is known for its anti-inflammatory properties and is often utilized as a remedy for itchy skin and feet.
Mix 2 to 3 teaspoons of water with 1 tablespoon of baking soda. Stir the mixture until a paste forms.
Apply the paste on your dry feet.
Allow the paste to dry for 5 to 10 minutes, and then rinse with cool water. Pat your feet dry with a soft towel and apply a light dusting of cornstarch to soak up moisture.
Massaging olive oil into the cracked areas of your feet will help to quickly heal annoying symptoms. The oil will help to moisturize while the massage will help stimulate circulation.
VASELINE AND LEMON JUICE
Soak the feet in warm water for about 20 minutes and make sure to dry completely.
Combine one teaspoon of Vaseline and three teaspoons of lemon juice and mix well.
Rub the mixture over the feet and let sit for about an hour. You can also leave it on overnight and cover with socks. Do this every day for a week.