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Foot Care

Foot Care

What it is and what it is for?


The feet support the weight of our body, so it's no wonder that, at the end of the day, they are swollen and painful, not to mention the terrible infections that can appear.
That's why a wide variety of products emerged and also a great awareness about the care we should have with our feet.



What are the most used ingredients and their function?

Most foot care products use common natural ingredients, including natural oils that help reduce joint pain, swelling and smooth the skin, salicylic acid that promotes healing and is an anti-inflammatory, lactic acid that helps deep hydration and cleansing of the skin and urea that contributes to maintaining a long-term hydration in the skin.



Which types exist and what are their differences?


There are 3 types of anti-odor, exfoliating and comfort foot care.
Starting with anti-odors, they are usually sprays with the aim of neutralizing foot odor.
Exfoliants are usually creams or gels that clean away dead skin cells, moisturize and smooth the skin.
For comfort, creams or gel insoles are usually recommended to help reduce the sensation of swelling and pain during the day.



What is the most used packaging format and what are the most frequent sizes?


Usually, the packages of gels and creams usually come in tubes and bottles with a capacity between 70ml and 200ml.
Spray packs tend to have a capacity between 65ml and 80ml.
Insoles usually come in cardboard and plastic packaging, and the weight varies with size.



What to take into account when choosing foot care products?


When talking about foot care, you have to pay attention to some things, you should check what type of skin it is suitable for and see if you have any allergies to the ingredients of the product.
Important: a diabetic patient cannot buy products containing urea.



What are the recommendations for use and tips?


To apply cream gels, apply first to the soles of the feet, then with circular movements spread the cream or gel to the heel, apply twice a day.
For sprays apply on clean feet and let it absorb.
Applying the gel insoles is a very easy process, remove the existing insole from the shoe and replace it with the insole with the gel part facing down.



What are the pros and cons of using foot care products?


In most cases there are no downsides, just pay attention to the skin type and the ingredients of the product.
Regarding the advantages, you will feel lighter and more comfortable and you will never feel pain or swelling again.



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