Relief from a range of foot conditions
Using the right foot care products can provide relief from a range of foot conditions, including Bunions, Ingrown Toenails, Blisters, Heel Pain, Corns and Plantar Fasciitis.
For advice on which of our products may be suitable for your needs, speak to one of our expert team members on +44 (0)1963 33088.
What should I do to look after my feet?
Foot care doesn’t have to be complicated or time-consuming. To maintain healthy feet, try these tips:
- Stick to wearing suitable footwear with arch support.
- Don’t let your toenails become overgrown as this could cause pain and discomfort.
- Keep your feet moisturised with a suitable foot cream.
- Notice and keep on top of foot problems, including cracked heels, dry skin, ingrown toenails, blisters, bunions, corns and any signs of infection.
What can I put on dry and cracked feet?
Manuka honey foot cream is one of the most effective ways to treat dry skin on your feet, with healing and soothing properties. See our full range of Manuka honey products from First Honey®.
When should I see a podiatrist or doctor?
Most foot pain can be relieved through choosing the right footwear and following an effective foot care routine. However, if you are concerned about your foot pain and/or infection, it is advised to see a podiatrist or GP who should be able to provide a suitable foot treatment and tailored advice.
How to relieve symptoms of Plantar Fasciitis?
Plantar Fasciitis is inflammation of tissue across the bottom of your feet, and is a common cause of heel pain. It is a common condition amongst runners and those who do a lot of strenuous physical activity, but can also be linked to old age and those who are overweight.
Our Plantar Fasciitis socks provide effective relief from pain caused by the condition by offering compression around the painful area, giving you the support you need to be able to carry out normal daily activities.
Having the right footwear is also an important way to reduce foot pain, including plantar fasciitis. This means investing in quality orthopaedic shoes and arch support slippers that don’t cause any extra stress to the area. We would recommend using cushioned Plantar Fasciitis insoles which are ideal for relieving pressure on the base of the foot to help alleviate pain.
How can I reduce foot odour?
No matter what footwear or insoles you wear, investing in an effective fabric spray will reduce bacteria which causes odour. The best foot odour sprays work by utilising innovative probiotic technology to target the cause of odour, which is, in fact, organic materials left behind on fabrics, rather than the actual sweat itself. Find out more about MoFlo NXT Fabric Spray, a natural solution for odour control.