Protecting Your Feet During Harmattan

The harmattan doesn't only affect your hair and skin, you feet can be adversely affected by the dryness.

Our feet do a lot of dust collection as we walk therefore we need to clean it thoroughly. Given that we clean it up during bath time, we can go the extra mile to give our feet more attention to prevent cracks. You can't imagine how painful it is to have cracked heels!

First all, foot scrubs are your tickets to a healthy, soft feet this harmattan. Scrubbing the feet removed dead skin, leaving the feet soft and smooth.

After the scrubbing, a good moisturizing routine will be using Sheabutter or oil on the soles of the feet and the whole feet. This prevents dryness.
Lastly, wear close shoes if possible. That way, you feet is not even exposed to the elements.
The last time technique you can apply is putting on a pair of socks when at home or at the bed time. That ensures the prevention of moisture loss too.
What do you do to protect your feet during harmattan?


  1. Shea butter to protect my feet sounds like a good idea. I'm trying it tomorrow.


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