You will need
- - baking soda;
- - ammonia;
- - baby soap;
- - a pumice stone or nail file for heels;
- - iodine;
- potato cleaning;
- - flax seeds;
- - the banana;
- - vegetable oil;
- - the onion.
First, make a foot bath with added baking soda, ammonia and grated baby soap (take 1 tablespoon of all components for 3-5 liters of water). After softening scrape the rough skin with a pumice stone or nail file for heels, trying not to touch the painful cracks that need to be treated with iodine.
Is this the bath you can apply the following well – washed potato peelings, with the addition of a handful of Flaxseed half fill a 2-3 quart saucepan, cover with water up to the top and boil for about half an hour until ready cleanings. Then hold the leg in this and pounded with water the slurry for 20 minutes, rinse with warm water and treat cracks in any wound-healing disinfecting means or iodine.
Helps to heal cracked heel mashed ripe banana once a week, apply on rough skin for 10 minutes. Lemon juice, added to a ten-minute foot bath, you will also come to help in healing.
In folk medicine for the treatment of this disease there is a tool that can be used daily, instead of foot cream. In a heated vegetable oil (0.2 l) add sliced like a roast, 2 large onions. When onion is browned to a light Golden color, strain through a strainer into another bowl, put 60 grams of pure beeswax and melt. Pour into jars, use, and your heels will be as gentle as a baby.
To prevent the appearance of cracked heels care for your feet every day, lubricate them with a nourishing cream, take vitamins, especially A and E, eat liver, butter, sorrel, spinach, green onions, milk, carrots, citrus fruits – they have high contents of these vitamins. Remember that any disease is easier to prevent than to cure.