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Beautiful Feet

Foot soak. Really need HIM to try this! Men forget their feet!

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The Best Home Remedies to Get Rid of Spider Veins

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How to Prevent and Treat Bunions

wow!! simple, easy-to-do exercises to remedy or prevent bunions or hammertoes!!! it can even - possibly - help you avoid surgery!


Hammer Toe Improving Exercises

Hammer Toe Exercises

Foot Reflexology .... massage the part of your foot that corresponds to the part of your body that hurts and it will slowly reduce and eventually get rid of pain. Helps promote blood circulation to that particular part of the body!


6 Exercises for Swollen Feet and Ankles

Exercises for Numb Toes

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According to the 2012 National Foot Health Assessment, a full 78% of adults report having experienced foot pain at some time in their lives. How much


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Dr Oz: Marilyn Milian Bunion Surgery Recovery + Bunion Home Remedies

Need to try some alternative methods for treating bunions. Avoid a pointed toe box, which can exaggerate bunion deformity. Increased height in the toe box is a good thing, making platform shoes a viable option.

Home Treatment For Calluses & Corns...1/2 cup Baking Soda 1/2 cup Kosher salt Pumice Stone Directions: Rest feet in a tub of hot water with the baking soda and Kosher salt stirred in. Soak for about 20 minutes. After 20 minutes, lift one foot out of the tub and begin to scrub the callus or corn with the pumice stone. Do this gently, your skin will be tender from the soaking.

If you have pain when walking, leg cramping, numbness or tingling in your feet or toes, you may have poor circulation. Read some tips on how to help your circulation on our FootSmart blog.