Besides being a basic ingredient in the kitchen, vinegar has many other uses that many are unaware of, such as deodorant, cleanser, and even as an ingredient for natural skin and hair care. Can you imagine making a vinegar bath for your feet?
1. It will relieve swollen feet:
To relieve your sore feet, the best thing you can do is dip them in warm water and vinegar. You only need water, vinegar, sea salt, Epsom salt, and dried lavender.
Heat the water to a pleasant temperature. Then add the other ingredients to the water, soak your feet for 15 minutes, and relax. Feet can retain water dor to heat and lack of proper hydration, or because you have spent a long time standing. Vinegar bath to the rescue!
2. It will improve the appearance and health of the skin and toenails:
Vinegar can help you have more manicured and beautiful feet, as it removes unsightly cracks in the heels and callused.
In a large bowl, mix white vinegar, water, and essential oil of your choice, soak your feet for 15 minutes, and then use a pumice stone to gently remove dead cells.
3. It will prevent athlete's foot:
One of the most suitable ingredients to treat this problem is vinegar, which will decrease the itching and burning symptoms caused by this rash.
You only need to mix distilled white vinegar and a tablespoon of salt in warm water. Let your feet soak in the water for 15 minutes, take them out, pat them dry, and then add pure white vinegar to the affected areas to enhance the effect.
4. It will prevent fungal infections:
Fungal infections are a serious problem and should be treated with a professional. For prevention, mix warm water with vinegar and put your feet in for 15 minutes, the pH of the nails will balance, and they will become healthier, as well as alleviating pain and inflammation. Again, this does not replace medication but will help alleviate the symptoms and prevent further issues.
Things to bear in mind:
While vinegar baths can be extremely helpful when used occasionally, their regular application can cause a skin rash and should be avoided. So weekly use is OK, but a daily one may not be helpful. (If you have open wounds, scratches, or cuts on your feet, don't use the vinegar foot bath).