How to Cure Shoe Bites?

Everyone has suffered at least once in their lifetime from a shoe bite. This problem occurs quite often when wearing a new pair of shoes. The shoe bite is actually a sore that appears when the tight shoe rubs and brushes against the skin. The friction caused leads to swelling, pain and inflammation and sometimes blisters. The most serious shoe bites can also leave scars. This problem affects mainly the women, because they are the ones who wear uncomfortable, narrow and tight shoes. The antiseptic cream is known for treating shoe bites, but you can also use natural remedies to prevent scaring, reduce the pain and speed up the healing process.

How to Cure Shoe Bites?

Rice Flour

If you want to prevent a shoe bite scar, then you should be using rice flour. This remedy will help you eliminate the dead skin cells because it’s a natural exfoliating scrub. Mix water with rice flour (2 tablespoons) and use the paste to apply it on the affected area. Let it dry and then use lukewarm water to wash your feet. Use the remedy thrice a week to see the scar disappear.

Aspirin

The anti-inflammatory properties of the aspirin will help you in this case. This medicine will also reduce the swelling. Grind an aspirin until it becomes a fine powder and make a paste by adding some water. Use the paste to apply on the affected zone. Let it cure for a couple of hours and afterwards use lukewarm water to rinse it off. Repeat the remedy 2 times per day until you notice the positive results.

Lemon

This citrus fruit has antiseptic properties and can offer relief from itching. At the same time, it prevents you from ending up with a scar. Squeeze a fresh lemon and extract its juice. Use a cotton ball to soak in the juice and then apply it on the shoe bite. Let it dry and then use lukewarm water to wash it off. Use this remedy two times per day for about 7 days.

Coconut Oil

Shoe bites can be treated with coconut oil due to its anti-inflammatory and moisturizing properties. Use a green coconut tree leaf and burn it. Use the ashes to mix with coconut oil and then apply the solution on the shoe bite. Repeat this remedy thrice a day to speed up the healing process. You can also mix coconut oil with camphor and apply the mixture on the affected area. This remedy will reduce the itching, the inflammation and the pain.

Aloe Vera

Sometimes, the shoe bite can also cause a burning sensation and in this case, you can use aloe vera. This plant will also offer relief from pain and inflammation. The soothing and anti-inflammatory properties of the plant will also speed up the healing process. Finally, you can prevent the infections by using aloe vera, because it has antimicrobial qualities. Use one aloe vera leaf and extract its gel. Use it to apply on the show bite and then let it dry. Use lukewarm water to wash it off. Repeat the treatment a few times per day until you see the improvement.

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