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Take care of your feet

Take care of your feet


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Your belly rounds and your feet carry your extra pounds without saying anything. Just for that, they deserve some attention, right?

In your life, you walk about four times around the Earth, about 200 million steps. During your pregnancy, they must also adapt and carry a dozen pounds more. If you feel that their role is minor, think again! Their 26 bones, 20 muscles and 114 ligaments hold your body in balance and make it stand up.

Put your feet up

  • If your legs hurt and you feel heavy legs, put them in the air as often as possible. You will facilitate the venous return, ie the circulation of the blood from the feet to the head. Also be careful not to cross your legs when sitting.

From horn to feet?

  • The soles of the feet do not have sweat glands who watch out for their elasticity and horn forms regularly. Not only is it not very aesthetic, but it can also hurt you. The horn is formed especially in places where strong pressure is exerted. That's why a lot of future moms have because of the weight of their belly.
  • How to eliminate the horn? Use peeling creams with pumice granules, it is ideal for "grating" the hardest places and making them soft as velvet. You can also try this grandmother's remedy: mix four tablespoons of sea salt and two tablespoons of olive oil. Massage your feet with this texture by making circles. Leave on for a few minutes, then rinse.
  • If your horn is bigger, use a pumice stone or a file for horn. It works best if you dry your feet well before. Then, coat them with a moisturizer.

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