#NationalFeetWeek – Looking After Your Feet

*AD-gifted: I was gifted a selection of foot care products in exchange for this post on looking after your feet.

Here we are in National Feet Week. I’ve been kindly send a small pamper box for my tired feet. 12 years of wearing safety boots with steel toe caps for the most part of 5 days a week hasn’t done my feet or toes any good over the years.

But now is the time for me to start looking after them! Before I had the girls I was a size 9 now I comfortably fit a size 8. Much better for shopping on the high street!

#NationalFeetWeek - Looking After Your Feet

National Feet Week 2020 is taking place from 9th – 15th March and encouraging everyone to prioritise their foot health as they would other check-up appointments.

Inside my foot care package

These are the items that were inside my foot care pamper box:

Palmers Coconut Sugar Foot Scrub

Palmers Coconut Water Foot Cream

Dr. Anders Podiatrist Intensive Rescue Balm

Pernation Gel for joint massage

Neon Yellow laces

Haribo – who doesn’t love Haribo?!

I’ve got to say the Palmers Foot Cream smells divine! It’s made my feet lovely and soft.

#NationalFeetWeek Looking after your feet with Palmers Coconut foot cream

Foot health

Osgo Healtcare, the team behind National Feet Week, is keen to encourage people not to ignore common foot complaints which can lead to serious issues and pain. Many people will suffer in silence with common foot complaints which can ultimately lead to conditions becoming more serious and affecting overall health and wellbeing. Your feet are vitally important for getting around, so why wouldn’t you look after them?

National Foot Week

A podiatrist is an expert in foot health and the best person to turn to when experiencing fungal nail infections, corns, heel pain and hard skin or indeed any other symptoms relating to the feet. Most conditions can all be routinely treated giving feet a new lease of life and avoiding pain and discomfort from reoccurring. It is not to be underestimated how heavenly healthy feet can feel with a bit of extra tender loving care. I’ve never been to a podiatrist, but from learning what I’ve learned this week, I will be looking to go and see one.

Tony Gavin, founder of osgo Healthcare and leading podiatrist said:

“Here at OSGO we can’t emphasise enough the positive impact that happy, healthy feet can have on your life and it’s our mission to make people prioritise their foot health in the same way they would eye and dental care. We are sure that anyone considering a visit to the podiatrist will never look back once they have made a commitment to regular foot care.”  

Looking after your feet. For more information about common foot ailments and seeing a podiatrist visit www.podsfixfeet.co.uk and www.nationalfeetweek.org

Thanks for stopping by today, I hope you’ve enjoyed this post.

rachel bustin
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