Did you know that many of the ingredients that we have in the kitchen can be used for other things outside of it, for example for health or cosmetics? Yes, this is how I tell you and an example of this is vinegar. This is a very versatile ingredient, but today we are going to tell you what the use of putting your feet in vinegar is, because as is known, it has many benefits to take care of the health of our feet. You want to know what they are, I invite you to continue reading below …

What is the use of putting your feet in Vinegar?

On the one hand, putting the feet in vinegar serves to kill the fungus that is in the toenails and those that are usually located between the toes.To do this, you have to put vinegar and water in equal parts and leave the feet inside a container with this mixture for fifteen minutes. Ideally, repeat this every day.

On the other hand, it serves to alleviate the itchiness that we may have on the feet, whether due to the presence of a fungus, an infection or because you have sensitive feet. In this sense, it is said that vinegar helps to relieve the itching and burning sensation that any hives can cause, also including athlete’s foot itching and the red hue that the skin acquires due to irritation.
In this case, you have to immerse your feet in a container of water with three tablespoons of vinegar and leave them there to soak for twenty minutes.

In turn, we must mention that this practice also helps our feet to be much softer, softening the calluses that may be on them, especially on the heels.
To do this, you are going to put in equal parts warm water and vinegar and leave the feet there to soak for 45 minutes. After this foot you are going to exfoliate your feet with the help of a pumice stone.

Lastly, pickling your feet can help remove warts. In this case, we are going to use cider vinegar, which we are going to apply directly to the warts and after leaving fifteen minutes for it to act, we rinse the feet with plenty of water.

Remember that in order for these tips to be useful to you and to get the most out of putting your feet in vinegar water, this practice should be done daily.

Samantha Robson
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Dr. Samantha Robson ( CRN: 0510146-5) is a nutritionist and website content reviewer related to her area of ​​expertise. With a postgraduate degree in Nutrition from The University of Arizona, she is a specialist in Sports Nutrition from Oxford University and is also a member of the International Society of Sports Nutrition.

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