Apart from sudden injuries like cuts or broken toes, many of us adopt a wait-and-see approach when it comes to our feet. So will this work for most people, or is podiatry something more of us should consider?
Sustaining a foot or ankle injury is one of the worst things that could happen. Even the slightest misstep can result in a painful injury that can take us out of action for weeks or months on end. In order to help you avoid this kind of disappointment, we have compiled a list of ways to prevent foot and ankle injuries.
So with our feet on display, many of us are thinking how we can make sure they look and feel as best as they can. But whether you’re showing them off in summer or wrapping them up in winter, taking care of your toenails is something we should all be conscious of. In this blog, we will look at a few of the top tips to help keep your nails beautiful and healthy.
Whether you’re an active individual or simply feeling the summer heat, nobody likes to experience foot odour. Fortunately, there are lots of different home remedies you can try yourself that will help you tackle this issue. Here, we’re going to look at several easy ways to tackle foot odour at home.
Bunions are painful swellings that occur on the knuckles of your big toe. In addition to causing the big toes to curve farther than normal towards away from each other, bunions can lead to callused skin, tenderness, and swelling.
Sweating is a natural process, as it helps keep the body cool on warm days and allows the removal of waste products from our body. It also has a role in our emotional output, as many people sweat when nervous or afraid.
Corns and calluses are the body’s way of telling us that too much pressure is occurring in one place over either a short or long period of time. In most instances corns and calluses are not harmful, just unsightly, but they can get to a stage where they become painful and affect our everyday life.
As science continues to grow its understanding of the effects that everyday life can have on our health, and as society overall becomes more and more conscious of the importance of looking after ourselves, we are constantly hearing that this is bad for us, or that is good for us. But surely something as innocuous as tights couldn’t possibly be affecting our health?
As we get older, our bodies require more and more care in practically every area. Everything from our skin to our bones start to change, and need special attention. But because ageing can cause so many changes, it can be difficult to know how to take care of everything. In this blog, we’re going to be looking at some of the most important factors of foot care for seniors.
There are few experiences, if any, that cause more change to our bodies than pregnancy. Becoming pregnant forces us to reevaluate more or less every aspect of our lives, from what we eat to what we wear. Fortunately, the internet is full of helpful information on how to deal with each and every one of these aspects. In this blog, we’re going to examine how you can take care of your feet during pregnancy.
Insoles & orthotics are a popular solution for a number of foot-related issues, and can be very effective at reducing pain and addressing other physical or postural problems. While the two terms are often used interchangeably, they are different products that do different things, so it is important to make sure that you’re not using the wrong one.
Taking care of your feet probably isn’t your top priority in winter, but it is something that you should give a bit of extra consideration to. So we’ve put together a short list of effective-but-easy things you can do to ensure that your feet are well looked after this winter.
Whether you want to heal cracked heels with a scrub, soften with a soak, moisturise with a mask, or smooth with a moisturiser, our autumn-inspired home recipes are as good as any you can get from a spa and are easy to do at home using everyday ingredients.
Painting your toenails may seem like an innocent part of your beauty routine (and maybe an essential part when it comes to sandal season), but are these colourful little bottles causing more damage than you realise?