Monsoons are a tricky time for the body with the flu and other infections floating around. But do you know what bears the brunt of the monsoons the most? Our feet! The rainwater filled with mud, bacteria and fungi can affect our feet in several ways. If you want to save yourself from this problem, read our foot care tips for the monsoon…
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Choose the right footwear

We know you love your ballerinas and comfy chappals but your feet truly need a break from them during the monsoons. Avoid picking closed leather or canvas shoes as they tend to accumulate more water. Opt for open-toed jelly sandals instead.

Trim your nails
 

Trim your nails

If your nails are long and unkempt, you should know that they will attract dirt and bacteria. If you keep your nails short, dirt won’t enter them while you step out in the rains. It’s as simple as that!

Moisturise
 

Moisturise

One of the monsoon problems is often bad odour and dead skin. Hence, it is of utmost importance to keep your feet moisturized. Make sure you wash your feet thoroughly after returning from outside and then before hitting bed, moisturise your feet to keep them supple and fresh. For this, you need to rely on the Vaseline Intensive Care Deep Restore that has a glycerin-rich formula, which combines pure Soya extract and Stratys-3 multi-layer moisture ensuring that the top as well as core layers of your skin are moisturised.