We can all recognize ourselves in the mirror. We know our own hands. We style our hair and can describe our body type. We understand our medical history and know what’s normal for our body.
But for most of us, our feet are a mystery. Other than knowing our shoe size and clipping our toenails, we often aren’t aware of how our feet work, what they need to be healthy, and how to care for common foot ailments when they occur.
Feet contain 26 bones, 33 joints, over 100 tendons, muscles, and ligaments, 8,000 nerves, and an incredible 250,000 sweat glands!
Unlike the sweat glands throughout the rest of our body, the sweat glands in our feet never rest. Sweat glands in feet produce sweat all the time.
The skin on the soles of our feet is the thickest on the body. The palms are the second thickest.
35% of people underestimate their shoe size by at least a half size. Wearing the wrong size shoe can lead to pain, discomfort, and sometimes serious medical conditions.
Our toenails grow much more slowly than fingernails - only 1 mm per month compared to .1 mm per day.
Body odor, foot odor, bad breath - they are all caused by bacteria or fungus. Grooming and cleanliness are one of several key ways to avoid personal odor challenges.
Some bacteria actually eat away the top layer of the skin, producing a foul odor.
Some materials, especially synthetics, can end up holding onto the bacteria that create odors, even after they’ve been washed. Choosing wool or athletic materials built to resist bacteria are your best bet.
Toes hold clues to our health. Nails with spoon-shaped indentations indicate anemia. Hairless toes can mean poor blood circulation. Pits on the surface of your toenail can mean psoriasis.
Fingernails and toenails grow faster in hot weather, during pregnancy, and during our teenage years. Clipping toenails more often in summer will help reduce the likelihood of fungal infections.
While putting our feet up is great for relaxing, walking is the best exercise for feet. It helps circulation, which isn’t otherwise strong in feet. And it contributes to our overall health.
Women experience foot problems four times more often than men. Men experience foot odor six times more often than women.
Sweat glands in the feet product approximately half a pint of perspiration daily. Ewe! But that does explain why we can end up with foot odor, even when we wear flip-flops. The constant presence of moisture is necessary, but cleanliness is what keeps the odor-causing bacteria away.
Each square centimeter of the soles of the feet have more sweat glands and nerve endings than any other part of the body.
Treating shoes, socks, and feet with a high quality, all-natural, zinc oxide-based foot powder is the best way to kill bacteria and prevent bacteria from returning.
FOOT SENSE is all natural, so we don’t have to repeatedly place potentially harmful chemicals on our body. Being gentle on our body doesn’t mean it won’t do the job. This powerful formula may be gentle on our skin, but it’s hard on bacteria. FOOT SENSE neutralizes and destroys the bacteria that causes foot odor.
This formula also lasts four times longer and can treat four times as many shoes as the average powder. It’s podiatrist recommended and safe to use on all surfaces. So, if an odor is building up on sports gear, athletic equipment, and even gloves, FOOT SENSE is the answer.
The best part is, FOOT SENSE comes with a 100% money back guarantee and is made right here in the USA.