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Posted 1 week ago

🤔 Did You Know that most cases of Smelly Feet is caused by bacteria and moisture? The odor is produced by bacteria and/or fungus that grows in the shoes and attaches to the skin. Some bacteria actually eat away the top layer of the skin, producing a foul odor. Hygiene is very important to help prevent smelly feet. 📌 Your feet have about 3,000 sweat glands per square inch—more than any other part of your body! 📌 Perspiration mixing with bacteria found in your socks and shoes is the most common cause of foot odor. 📌 There are other reasons your feet may be sweating excessively. These include hormonal changes, side effects of certain medications and fluid intake. 🔥 How to Help??? ✅ Simply washing your feet daily and regularly in a day with soap and water can effectively reduce foot odor. ✅ You should avoid wearing the same pair of shoes multiple days in a row. Alternating could be a good solution. ✅ Keeping feet dry is a key prevention for eliminating foot odor. You can change your socks multiple times throughout the day when you notice that your feet feel damp. ✅ Your footwear and sock choices can also increase foot odor. Look for breathable materials (Like RC Airphy Leather) such as leather or canvas and avoid vinyl and plastic shoes. Thick, absorbent socks and those made of materials that wick moisture away from your feet can help lower your risk for smelly feet. * As for RC Shoes or Sandals, do wipe it with water to clean off the sebum will help to reduce the accumulation of the sweat on the insole that causes smell eventually.... Honestly, when will it happen? It truly depends on your feet...😆 #regettacanoe #regettacanoemalaysia #smellyfeet #FactsAboutFeet #FeetProblems #EarlyCare #RegettaCanoeforKids #Feetanatomy #GoodpressureDistribution #ChooseYourFootWearWisely #ArchSupport #ComfortableShoes #EnoughToeSpace #DidYouKnow #HeatlhyShoes #FootHygiene #SweatGlands #RegettaCanoeMyTown #RegettaCanoe1Utama #RegettaCanoePavilionKL

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