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How to Heal Your Heel Naturally?

How to Heal Your Heel Naturally?

Your feet bear it all and say it all. You might neglect your feet amid your skin care and hair care routine. But your feet deserve your attention too.  Imagine you are donned in your favorite outfit with a spiffy hairstyle and flawless makeup but your feet are looking dry and chapped. It will certainly look awkward. Isn’t it?  So it is important to moisturize your feet while keeping it neat and tidy and free from any issues. 

The best and natural way is to apply a marigold foot cream infused with the goodness of neem, coffee and pomegranate extracts  that will not only soften your feet but also rejuvenate and repair the dryness and cracked heels so that your feet also smiles with you.

Benefits of marigold foot cream

Hydrate and Nourish Your Feet

It is essential to keep your feet hydrated and moisturized to make a protective layer all over your feet. It retains the moisture while making it soft and supple all day long.

Create a protective shield for your feet

A foot cream can protect your feet from cracks, calluses, harsh environment, UV rays and all kinds of inflammation. [caption id="attachment_10432" align="aligncenter" width="908"]A women Ningen marigold cream applying on feet  [/caption]

Heals your Heel

A  relaxing foot massage with a marigold foot cream can incredibly calm your nerves and boost blood circulation to help you feel rejuvenated.

Stay odor free all day long

A marigold foot cream  will ward off bad odor while keeping your feet fresh and refurbished.

Get rid of dry and flaky feet

A foot cream with the goodness of marigold, neem coffee and pomegranate extracts repairs the damage while making you feel as if you are levitating.  The natural ingredients relieve your feet from itchiness and all kinds of bacterial infections.

Protects you from Athlete’s Foot

Athlete's foot is the most persistent skin infection which occurs when you sweat a lot and wear tight shoes specifically which leads to itchiness around your toes. A foot cream infused with natural ingredients can stave off such issues.

Say Goodbye to cracked heels

Due to lack of proper moisture and care a lot of people face the issue  of dry heels. It is  a common issue but  could be easily sorted out with regular moisturization and maintaining a hygiene routine.  

How to repair a cracked heel?

Best time to apply heel crack repair cream  is at night after taking your shower. Massage your feet well with a marigold foot cream in circular motion. After that you can cover your feet with a pair of socks to let it absorb properly. This will help your feet to get proper hydration and healing as well. [caption id="attachment_10428" align="aligncenter" width="1000"]care feet with cracked and dry heel skin cream at home.  [/caption]

How to repair crack heal at home along with a foot cream?

Treat your feet with warm water

Soak your feet in lukewarm water at least once a week. It will remove the accumulated dirt and dead skin cells. After cleaning your feet you can massage your feet with a foot cream.

Exfoliation is vital

Exfoliate your feet with  a foot scrub or a pumice stone to remove the dead skin cells.

Ningen’s Marigold Foot Cream

Wrap your feet in the richness of flowers and herbs and treat your feet overnight.It is prepared from 100 percent natural ingredients to give your feet a soothing and calming effect and a long lasting fragrance of marigold flowers. Neem is rich in vitamin E which works effectively on scars and blemishes. It is cruelty free, sulfate free and paraben free and dermatologically tested and suitable for all skin types. It is one of the best foot creams for dry skin.

Best Heel Crack Repair Creams in India

  1. Oriflame foot cream
  2. Ningen Marigold Foot Cream I Infused with Neem, Coffee and Pomegranate Extracts
  3. Himalaya foot cream
  4. Nysa foot cream
  5. Khadi Natural Jasmine Green Tea Herbal Foot Crack Cream
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