Foot perspiration – How to combat!

@Ronimas (699)
October 27, 2007 3:25pm CST
Some people suffer from the problem of excessive foot perspiration. It smells bad, which cause a lot of embarrassment. This problem of foul smell occurs when the sweat is combined with bacteria and decomposition sets in. wash feet as often as you can. Frequent changing of socks or footwear can reduce this problem. Use a talcum, which is anti-perspirant, or dust your feet with alum powder. Backing soda in place of talcum powder for best result.
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@marciascott (25550)
• United States
28 Oct 07
I don't have a problem with my feet perspiring I don't even sweat much. Yes those are good ideas, I have heard of people putting Talcum powder or Baking soda in shoes, even on the body, like under your arms, make the Baking Soda into a paste and put under your arms, I have try that when I didn't have deodorant. sometimes I use baby powder in my Tennis Shoes.
27 Oct 07
rinsing in a solution of alum can help keep the bacteria down