“My neighbor is 57 years old, and her feet are like a twenty year old girl’s” – says the author of “uspesnazena.com” portal and she is giving us her recipe.
Visual and health problem
At the beginning, cracked heels are only an visual problem, but if it’s not treated, the cracks become deeper and the pain occurs because of dirt that is collected in them and it can lead to infection.
Therefore, it is necessary to act as soon as possible.
Thickening of the feet leads to weak circulation and elasticity of skin occurs due too much dead skin.
It can be solved using a stone that helps you to get your skin smooth or a file. You should get it done after a shower or bath while the skin is still soft.
Dead skin can not be removed with a sharp object because removing too much skin can lead to infection.
Medical tinctures for foot – recipe:
What do you need (ingredients):
- 10 tablets of aspirin (300 mg)
- 250 ml brandy (brandy suggests) or 70% strength of Medicine, alcohol
How to prepare it (preparation):
10 tablets of Aspirin should be smashed into the powder and than you pour 250 ml of brandy (or 70% medical alcohol) in it and let it sit for about 1-2 days.
How to use it (treatment):
Every evening shake a tincture and than put it on piece of folded gauze.
Wrap it around a heel,than wrap a plastic bag and wear a sock.
Leave overnight. In the morning, wash with water, wipe and apply a cream for legs or glycerin.
After 10 treatments, foot and heel are cleaned of rough skin and fat. By the way, the foot can be cleaned using a brush or stone, and then you can apply the cream.
This tincture can be applied on painful areas and can be used for varicose veins (varicosities). After rubbing, the pain disappears immediately.
Quick-made mask for removing thick and rough skin on foot.
Put 5-6 crushed aspirin and some lemon juice until you get a thick paste. Rub the paste on your feet, cover in nylon, warm towel or socks.
After 10 minutes, remove and give your for good rub with rough glove, sponge or stone to remove dead skin.
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