Cracked heels are a terrible problem. They not only make women's legs ugly, but can also cause serious problems. Deep fissures cause severe pain, sometimes inability to walk, and there is a risk of infectious microorganisms entering the skin.
How to wear your favorite sandals if your heels are cracked?! This is mission impossible. No matter how much you rub with the pumice stone, things don't get better, on the contrary.
This is why you should make suitable homemade masks specifically for heel care. They will bring back their softness and your comfort.
Rose water and glycerin
and rose water is very rich in vitamins A, B, C, D and E. It is more than a vitamin bomb for dry and cracked skin.
Mix equal parts of rose water and glycerin. Massage the mixture into the heels until absorbed. Then wrap with a cotton towel and leave it on overnight. Repeat this every night until the heels heal.
Jojoba and Oatmeal Oil
The combination of oatmeal and jojoba oil is perfect for exfoliation. Cracked heels need just that.
To do this, mix 1 tablespoon of oatmeal with enough jojoba oil to make a paste. Massage in circular motions for about 5-6 minutes. Leave the scrub on for half an hour. Then rinse with warm water.
Lemon and Vaseline
Lemon juice is very useful both for the body and for dry and cracked skin. It helps to neutralize bacteria and microorganisms. Vaseline, on the other hand, is one of the most powerful moisturizers, which has a deep effect and softens the skin.
To make this mask, you need to rub your heels beforehand with a pumice stone. Then wash your feet thoroughly with warm water and soap. Mix 1 teaspoon of petroleum jelly with the juice of 1 lemon. Massage the heels in circular motions until the mixture is completely absorbed. Do not wash your feet, but sleep like this at night.
Repeat this until you see improvement. Even after that, do not stop with the procedure. Do it every 2-3 days to maintain the effect.