Rash, fungal diseases, stress provokes enhanced production of sweat, which are very fond of the bacteria that cause bad breath.
Eliminate breeding ground for bacteria
Most bacteria that cause bad smell collects under the nails and dead skin particles. Do not forget to walk in the footsteps of pumice, when you wash your feet, watch the nails clean and cut the their brief.
After washing, wipe the feet between the toes
After showering should not simply wipe your feet and between your toes wet towel, as the remaining moisture can cause the development of the fungus.
Brew tea for your feet
Tannin contained in tea leaves, kill bacteria and reduce sweating. Foot bath of tea, you can do on a daily basis.
Brew 3 h. L. welding in 1 liter of boiling water.
Dilute 2 liters of cold water.
Keep feet in this solution 15-30 minutes.
Help cope with the unpleasant smell of the lotion cider vinegar: 0.5 liters of apple vinegar mix with 200 ml of warm water.
Saturate the cheesecloth with the solution and apply to the legs 20 min.
Leave skin to dry naturally.
Use aromatic oils
Very good fit lavender oil. Besides the fact that it masks the smell of oil, also possesses antibacterial properties:
4 drops of oil massage movements rub into the feet.
You can make a foot bath: 2 drops of oil + 3-4 liters of water. Soak feet for 10-15 minutes. in the resulting solution.
Wash socks turned inside out
This method will allow a thoroughly clean fabric from skin flakes and bacteria. Material socks, of course, must be non-synthetic.
Walk home barefoot or remove the socks that are put on for the street
When you walk, socks collected from the ground bacteria that, getting into the wet environment in the shoe, begin to multiply.
Use your antiperspirant and leg
Antiperspirants contain chemicals that help reduce sweating. Apply it in the evening after a shower to dry skin.
Seek medical advice
If in addition to the odor appeared itching and flaking, consult a doctor. These symptoms may indicate diseases such as ringworm, a contagious inflammation, fungal infection (a disease caused by parasitic fungi).
Disinfect shoes, which already has an unpleasant odor
Shoes, wash the outside.
Cords and insole soak in chlorhexidine solution (antiseptic).
With a cotton pad soaked in chlorhexidine, treat the inner surface of the shoe.
Watch out for dry shoes
Better, of course, have 2 pairs of seasonal footwear to change them regularly. But if there is no second pair, and wet shoes, then fit the old proven method – the crumpled sheets of newspaper.
Put them in the shoes, and newspaper for the night will absorb all the moisture. You can also use an electric dryer.