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8 Soothing Treatments for Dry Winter Tootsies


Winter ravages us from head to toe with dry, harsh wind and air. However, when we uncover our feet come spring from their parched prison of thick wool socks and blankets, we find painfully dry and cracked feet, toes, and heels.

The good news is that you can protect your feet all winter long with these soothing and replenishing home remedies…

1. Rosewater

Rose water is a popular and natural skin softening treatment for your face, warding off dry patches as well as fine lines and crow’s feet. However, it turns out that when misted over feet or used in a foot soak, rosewater provides replenishing and antibacterial benefits to feet as well thanks to the fact that it’s rich in vitamins A, C, and E.

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