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How to Take Care of Your Feet This Winter

17 June 2021

It’s finally time for hot cocoa, warm blankets, and chilly mornings. We love Winter! Our feet? Not so much. If you want to find out how to take care of your feet this Winter, read on.

 

Keep Your Feet Dry

Wet feet are a breeding ground for odour-causing bacteria and potential infections! Keep them dry by carrying an extra pair of shoes or socks if you plan on dashing through the snow at any point.

 

Wear Clean, Well-Fitting Shoes and Socks

Shoes that are too big or too small could cause painful blisters. Add sweaty feet and warm boots into the mix and you’ve got a recipe for disaster. A good way to avoid this is by making sure your shoes and socks fit perfectly. Keeping them clean also ensures that you won’t be at risk for nasty smells and even nastier infections.

 

Make Moisturising A Priority

Cold weather tends to strip the moisture from our skin and leave it feeling dry, cracked, and tight. The best remedy for dry skin is adding and locking in urea-based moisturisers. You can do this with high-quality foot care products like Neat Feat’s Foot and Heel Balm or our Natural Body Moisturizer. Both of these products will deeply hydrate your skin to leave it feeling softer and smoother than ever.

 

Exfoliate Away!

Because our skin tends to be so dry during the colder months, it’s important to get rid of the dead skin cells that inevitably build up from constantly wearing thick socks and boots. Our Pumice Stone Exfoliator helps buff away dead skin so that your moisturisers and heel creams can do their job!

 

Be one step ahead this winter with neat feat.

Reach out to our team for more information!

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