How to Treat Tired, Puffy Feet
Symptoms of Tired, Puffy Feet:
- Puffy, swollen feet & ankles
- Stiff, aching joints
- When pressed, the skin may hold the indent for a few seconds
How to Treat Tired, Puffy Feet:
Anyone can suffer from tired, puffy feet. However, it is more likely to occur in those who stand for long periods of time, after strenuous physical activity or a lengthy walk and in those with poor blood circulation. Tired, puffy feet can stop you from feeling and moving at your best but the good news is you don’t have to put up with it!
- Treat yourself to a luxurious foot bath using the Hydrating Foot Soak which has been designed to immediately soothe fatigued, inflamed and uncomfortable feet and ankles. Renowned for its healing and anti-inflammatory properties, the key ingredient Emu Oil helps to relieve bone and joint inflammation. Also with Aloe Leaf Juice to soothe and hydrate the skin. Use one to two pumps of the Hydrating Foot Soak in a large bowl of warm water and soak the feet for 10-15 minutes or as long as desired. It can also be used as a luxurious bath soak for a relaxing treat.
- Follow with the Intensive Hydrating Foot Lotion. It’s expertly formulated to work on a treatment level, with anti-inflammatory properties that help to protect against bone and joint inflammation and tired, aching feet. It is also gorgeous to use and immediately absorbs, moisturises and treats the skin of the feet, leaving them fresh, soft, silky, and illuminated, giving instant results and feet that not only look better but feel it too. Apply a small amount of lotion all over the feet. Take a couple of minutes to slowly massage into the feet and ankles and then elevate your feet for 15-20 minutes to help reduce puffiness by encouraging healthy blood circulation.