The odor of the feet can not only be uncomfortable but also embarrassing. This is a common problem in people who wear closed shoes all day, every day. Sweating promotes the growth of fungi and bacteria on the feet and sometimes even in the same shoes.

Some bacteria feed on dead skin cells and this causes unpleasant odors .

Luckily, there are several ingredients that can be used to deodorize the feet . A very easy and effective method you can do is as follows:


1 gallon and a half of water
1/2 cup mint leaves
1/2 cup baking soda
7 oil droplets tea tree (optional)


Add mint leaves in a pot of large boiling water. Remove from the heat and separate the water from the leaves and cover the water and leave it for half an hour. After the water gets cooled add baking soda and essential oil. Stir the mixture well. Drowned the feet in the mixture for about 20 minutes. After that remove your feet from the mixture and dry it with a towel. It is very important to dry your feet well, and do not let the wet promotes the growth of fungi and bacteria.

This serves well because all the ingredients used are astringent and natural deodorizers.

Sodium bicarbonate is used to remove the odor of the feet.
Besides balancing the pH of the feet baking soda reduces the production of bacteria that cause odor. The tea tree oil is a natural antiseptic that is widely used in remedies to combat foot fungus .
As an added tip, alter your shoes so that you are not using the same pair for two days.

The evening hours may not be enough to dry the sweat moisture in your shoes, so use another pair the next day, will allow the previous couple dry completely.