This All-Natural Foot Soak Works Wonders In Monsoons
One of my pet peeves about the rainy season is how filthy my feet get every single day making a pedicure session a weekly ritual. No matter what mode of transport I choose to travel in, when I finally get home in the evening my feet are a horror story waiting to be told. While I don’t have the luxury of time to give myself a pedicure every night, here’s a quick fix that gets my feet ready for the coming day and its challenges.
All you need to do is whip out the bottle of apple cider vinegar gathering dust in the back of the kitchen shelf. Pour half a cup of apple cider vinegar (ACV) with five cups of warm water and soak your feet in it for 15 minutes.
The ACV soak is a relief for tired feet at the end of a long, hard day. Secondly, the soak kills off all bacteria that might be lurking on your feet, especially under your nails because ACV has anti-fungal properties. It also eliminates the funky smell that some people have a hard time getting rid of from their feet. ACV is also great for people who have cracks in their feet. If you have corns and calluses, use a pumice stone after your soak, then apply some ACV directly on the affected areas and cover it with a bandage.
I’m going to hold on to my trusty bottle of organic apple cider vinegar all of this monsoons. What about you? Sound off in the comments below.