During winter, we apply lotions and creams to our hands, neck, and face but miss out the most important part, the feet, thus causing cracked heels. Give your feet an oil massage and apply glycerine and rose water, says an expert.
Oil massage: Oils are the best natural moisturizers, not only for your dry feet but also for your skin anywhere.
Glycerine-rosewater remedy: Glycerine is one of the best moisturizers that one can imagine. Applying glycerine on cracked heels can accelerate the healing process as well. Blend together one tablespoon of glycerine with two teaspoons of rosewater and half a teaspoon of freshly extracted lemon juice.
Rice flour scrub for cracked heels: Not exfoliating your feet is also a reason for dry and cracked heels. So, exfoliating them is also necessary. Rice flour is best exfoliating scrub you can make for your feet at home. Mix one tablespoon of rice flour with two tablespoons of honey and one tablespoon of lemon juice.
Herbal neem and tulsi remedy: And now an Ayurvedic remedy for cracked heels which has been used for decades in India. Use the anti fungal and anti bacterial margosa leaves or neem leaves, when mixed with the turmeric, can do wonders to give you soft and smooth heels.
Milk and honey exfoliate for cracked heels: When you lack in taking proper care of your feet, this may result in cracked heels. Therefore, it’s essential to follow a daily regime of cleansing and moisturizing your heels and a weekly regimen of exfoliating them during winters.
Fruit mask for healing cracked heels: Fruits have many enzymes and other miraculous components. They can even make you get rid of your cracked heels. You just need to pick certain fruits like banana, pineapple, avocado, papaya and mash them to massage your feet during winters.