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Dry (sole) feet (panunuyo ng talampakan ), How to prevent
« on: March 15, 2010, 03:23:21 PM »

Drink  plenty of water, preferably eight glasses or more a day. When you get home, air out your feet--remove your shoes and socks. Wash your feet with a mild soap, but do not use hot water every day. It can cause dryness especially when combined with harsh soaps. After bathing, do not rub your skin dry with the towel. Instead, use a gentle patting motion.

After bathing, rub oil on your feet. Use any oil such as soy, sunflower or safflower, and give it a few minutes to absorb into the skin before wiping off the excess. Do not add oil to the bath water, because it can make the feet and the bathtub slippery.

If you have poor circulation, get more cardiovascular exercise, such as walking. Bad circulation leads to dry skin because the sweat glands on the feet secrete less fat because the nerves of the skin receive a reduced blood flow. Ask your doctor about an activity program that is right for you.

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Dry (sole) feet (panunuyo ng talampakan ), How to prevent
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Re: Dry (sole) feet (panunuyo ng talampakan ), How to prevent
« Reply #1 on: March 17, 2010, 02:40:18 PM »
lotion and petroleum jelly pwede din.


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