Simple And Effective: How To Heal Your Cracked Feet With Baking Soda

Winter is over, so you better do something about those cracked heels and say “hello” to the sun. Dry, cracked and callused feet are not at all attractive, and you can no longer hide your feet in socks.

Don’t panic, we have the perfect solution for you! You don’t need to pay a small fortune in beauty salons, and this simple at-home treatment will make your feet smooth and beautiful!
Try this extremely useful recipe for softening dry, cracked skin on your feet.

What you will need: 

  • 2 to 4 cups of milk.
  • A generous pinch of baking soda.
  • A large bowl, large enough to hold both of your feet at the same time.

The process couldn’t be simpler, anyone can do it! Perform the trick regularly – we suggest at least once a week – for best results. Your feet will thank you for it. Here’s how to do it!


  • Heat your milk. You can use between two and four cups, depending on the size of your bowl, the size of your feet and how much milk you have available.
  • Pour the milk into a good sized bowl. You should be able to put both feet in the container at the same time, side by side
  • Soak your toes in the milk for about five minutes, then take your baking soda. Lightly sprinkle a generous amount of powder in your foot bath.


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  • Stir the baking soda into the mixture by gently moving it around the bowl with your feet.
  • Make sure to pay lots of attention to areas where the skin is generally harder or thicker. These include the bottom of your heels, the area under your toes, and the soles of your feet. Massage a lot of the mixture into these areas. Use your hands if you need to.
  • Remember to work the mixture on the tops of your feet and ankles as well, even if they are not completely submerged. These are the parts of your feet that are the most exposed when you wear sandals or flip flops!
  • When you are satisfied that you have rubbed enough, sit down with a book or your favorite TV show and soak your feet for an additional five minutes.
  • Clean your feet with lukewarm water and dry them thoroughly.
    You should find that your feet look and feel healthy and rejuvenated! The combination works because the two ingredients complement each other. Milk contains lactic acid which softens the skin. Baking soda, on the other hand, has abrasive properties that can remove dry, rough stains once they have been softened.

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