1 tablespoon of salt
2 tablespoons of glycerine
2 teaspoons of rosewater
Pumice stone/foot scrubber
Add raw salt, one tablespoon of glycerine, and one teaspoon of rosewater to a basin filled with warm water. Soak your feet in this mixture for about 15-20 minutes.
Scrub your heels and the sides of the feet with a pumice stone or a foot scrubber.
Mix one teaspoon of glycerine, and one teaspoon of rosewater and apply it on your cracked heels. Since this will be a sticky mixture, you can wear a plastic to help the mixture penetrate than wear a pair of socks and leave them on overnight.
Wash off with lukewarm water in the morning.
1 cup Listerine
1 cup white vinegar
2 cups of water
Foot file or pumice stone
Soak your feet for 10-15 minutes in the liquid mix containing the above-mentioned ingredients.
Remove your feet and scrub them using the foot file or pumice stone to slough off the dead skin.
Rinse with clean water, pat dry, and moisturize.
Repeat this every day for 3-4 days until the dead skin wears off.
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