7. Sesame Oil
Sesame oil contains high concentrations of vitamin E. Like olive oil, it’s also great for the skin, but sesame oil also packs antibacterial qualities. To avail yourself of its benefits, soak your feet in warm water for 10 minutes, then rub them with sesame oil. Repeat nightly.
Turmeric is one of my favorite spices to stock in the kitchen. Not only does it add great color and flavor, it also has more health benefits than I could list in a single sitting (including fighting cancer). If your dry feet are caused by athlete’s foot, in particular, then this remedy is for you. Mix three tablespoons of turmeric powder with a few drops of coconut oil to make a paste. Apply to the affected area, and let sit for about a half hour before washing off with warm water and mild soap. Be warned: turmeric stains very easily and will likely turn your feet temporarily yellowish. Don’t be alarmed: it’ll come off on its own eventually.
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