6 Ways To Take Care Of Sweaty Feet

6 Ways To Take Care Of Sweaty Feet

Apr 12 , 2021


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Feet have more sweat glands than anywhere else in the body, with 250,000 sweat glands.

Therefore, it’s inevitable to have sweaty feet from time to time.

Fortunately for you, here are 6 ways you can take care of sweaty feet.

1. Wash Your Feet

As obvious as it sounds, if you’re suffering from sweaty feet, the first step is to wash them daily.

Doing so, rinses away sweat and bacteria as well as cooling the skin down to prevent further sweating.

Once washed, dry thoroughly, especially between the toes and then apply antifungal powder available over-the-counter. 

2. Soak Feet In Black Tea

Sounds bizzare right?

But, black tea is actually an effective way to stop sweating.

Simply, soak your feet in a basin of warm water with two black tea bags.

Basically, the tea works by closing the pores of your skin which in turn, reduces sweating.

3. Carry Spare Socks

If you suffer from sweaty feet reguarly, it’s a good idea to carry spare socks around with you.

Note, this doesn’t mean thick, fur-lined socks (obviously!)

Also, you want to avoid cotton.

So, the best socks are moisture-wicking and breathable materials, such as bamboo.

4. Change Shoes

Inevitably, hot weather will cause sweaty feet.

Therefore, it’s important to change your shoes to a cooler, lightweight pair during summer months.

Furthermore, avoid wearing the same pair of shoes over consecutive days.

Doing so, allows your shoes to completely dry out inbetween wears.

5. Apply Rubbing Alcohol

Let’s say you’re looking for a quick solution, rubbing alcohol may do the trick!

Simply, apply a small amount between your toes or the predominantly sweaty area.

Doing so, will dry your feet out and prevent odors

Keep in mind, not to do this regularly as it can result in skin irritation.

6. Iontophoresis 

Iontophoresis is a technique that uses water to pass mild current through the skin of the feet and blocks the sweat temporarily coming out the glands.

And, is highly recommended by the American Podiatric Medical Association.

Consequently, this treatment needs to occur once a month in order to maintain the results.

However, a small study revealed 88% of participants reacted positively.


It’s extremely common to have sweaty feet every now and then.

And, the above methods should help you to prevent excessive sweating.

In the case that normal foot care is not effective, please see your doctor.

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