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(Veterinary Science) another name for scratches
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Additionally, walking around takes a toll on our feet and could lead to (https://www.express.co.uk/life-style/health/825224/painful-feet-cracked-heels-dry-skin-footwear-summer-symptoms-cure) cracked heels , varicose veins, and fungal infections.
| PS34.99 from LloydsPharmacy Flexitol Heel Balm: This intense moisturising cream will restore dry and cracked heels to their former glory by penetrating deep into the skin.
Your kitchen is a treasure trove of amazing products with medicinal value that can treat many daily ailments, including the problem of cracked heels. Bright Side brings you 10 remedies directly from your kitchen to help you attain the perfect heels you have always deserved.
Available from LloydsPharmacy Flexitol Heel Balm: This intense moisturising cream will restore dry and cracked heels to their former glory by penetrating deep into the skin.
Cracked heels, flaking feet, and dry soles are not a pretty sight, so ensure you're moisturising them well.
* Cracked heels: Possessing great healing properties, turmeric can be used to soften heels.
"Cracked heels are very common, as hard-working feet take a lot of the strain when walking, exercising and generally being active," says Kate Taylor, Lloyds Pharmacy pharmacist.
"For an extra treat, soak feet in warm water for 10 to 15 minutes before using the foot polish." | Sanctuary Spa Foot Polish (left), PS6, Boots | Weleda Birch Body Scrub (far left), PS9.95, weleda.co.uk 3 FILE YOUR FEET "OUR feet are extremely hardworking, which, when combined with a lack of TLC can cause build-up of dry, hard skin and even cracked heels," says podiatrist Dr Bharti Rajput, on behalf of Canesten Foot Health.
is it's "Cracked heels are very common, as hard-working feet take a lot of the strain when walking, exercising and generally being active," says Kate Taylor, Lloyds Pharmacy pharmacist.
"Dry, cracked heels are more commonly caused by a loss of 'elasticity' in the skin when dryness sets in -- or when the skin thickens and cracks or breaks under pressure," explains Emma.
Instead, choose a pedicure treatment that uses a heel balm which contains urea, and is clinically proven to hydrate dry, cracked heels and feet, such as Flexitol Heel Balm.
It can also be used to exfoliate dead skin cells, so it can heal cracked heels. "Goat's milk contains high levels of vitamin A, which improves skin complexion and reduces dead cells," says Menon.