April 18, 2019

Stinky feet happen to everyone at one point or another. Whether it sneaks up on your tennies in your gym bag, builds up during an extra hot summer, or sinks into your socks while your camping, foot odor happens. Luckily, there’s a lot you can do to end foot odor and prevent it from coming back.  FOOT SENSE all-natural foot and shoe powder is one of the best solutions out there. It doesn’t just cover up bad smells, but it deodorizes and kill odor-causing bacteria. It also contains lemon oil, which is just one of many  FOOT SENSE all-natural ingredients that makes it a powerful odor killer.

Why Lemon Oil?

Lemon oil is one of those essential oils that becomes a pantry staple for those who know how to use essential oils. It’s popular because it’s so versatile. Lemon oil has scientifically established health benefits. There’s a lot of power packed into one little bottle of lemon essential oil. The oil itself comes from cold-pressing the lemon peel, not the fruit. The fruit, of course, makes lemonade, which is not what we want to pour on our skin. As with most fruit, the peel is the most nutrient-dense part of the fruit, so it’s the part of the lemon used most often. Here’s a short list of some of the most popular uses:

Lemon Oil for Foot Odor

It’s true. Lemon oil actually helps your feet. It kills odor-causing bacteria. When used as part of a regular skin care regimen for your feet, it not only keeps odor-causing bacteria from taking hold, it keeps skin healthy. That means your feet won’t be a good environment for bacteria to take hold in the first place. Plus, you avoid all the secondary symptoms of poor foot health, like flaking, itching, burning, and inflammation.

How To Use Lemon Oil

It turns out, the soles of our feet have large pores, perfect for absorbing. That’s why cleansing foot baths are so popular. When you apply the right foot products and keep your feet healthy, you are contributing to keeping your whole body healthy. Also, the hands and feet are the only part of the body that does not have sebaceous glands. Sebum is created by sebaceous glands as a way for the body to protect itself. In fact, sebum acts as an oily barrier on the skin to help prevent infection. In general, this is a healthy bodily response. However, when we want the skin to absorb essential oils, it helps to have an area of the body that won’t put up much of a barrier in the first place. When fighting foot odor, using essential oils is critical, and more accessible than other areas of the body we want to deodorize.


Lemon Oil - Citrus Sunshine For Your Feet | Palm Beach NaturalsApplying only lemon oil to the soles of our feet, wouldn’t do the trick by itself. It needs to be toned down. And if we’re going to mix it with a few other foot-health promoting compounds, we may as well make sure they are all built for fighting odor. Palm Beach Naturals has done that research for you. We’ve created  FOOT SENSEall-natural foot and shoe powder. Among other powerful ingredients, FOOT SENSE contains the perfect dose of odor-fighting lemon oil.  Give it a try today and experience the difference for yourself.