Usually the shoe bites are a direct result of wearing wrong fitted shoes that do not allow your feet to breathe.Tight fitting shoes rub against the skin surface leading to scars, blisters and pain. You will find it hard to walk or wear such shoes. While your feet may get used to the shoes over time or you may replace it with another, it is essential to take care of the scars and blisters created by the shoe.
Below are some remedies for shoe bite
• Ice cubes offer instant relief to the feet and pain caused by a bad shoe bite. Drop a few cubes onto a clean cloth and rub it on affected spots. This not only soothes the pain and will also reduce swelling that may be caused by the bite.
• Apply aloe vera gel on the affected spots on the feet for instant relief from pain. Prolonged usage will also help reduce any scarring that the bite leaves behind.
• Using aspirin can be helpful to treat shoe bite scars and blisters. It need not be eaten for this.
• Apply antiseptic cream or lotion on blisters and scars caused by a shoe bite
• Massaging the feet with the mixture of olive oil and almond oil can help in treating shoe bite.
• Toothpaste helps heal blisters as they have compounds like menthol, hydrogen peroxide and baking soda.
• Honey is used to treat shoe bite caused scars and spots. Dab the affected areas with raw and organic honey for immediate relief.
• Apply a paste made of rice flour and water on blisters and allow it to dry. Wash it with lukewarm water. Repeat twice a day to treat the scars left behind by a shoe bite.
• Virgin coconut oil and camphor is another excellent shoe bites remedy.
• A blend of neem and turmeric paste can be good to treat shoe bites.
• To soften and soothe the skin that is irritated by shoe bite, you can apply common petroleum jelly on it.
• Sesame oil is yet another natural lubricant that you can use to prevent and
• While all the home remedies are safe and effective, consulting the doctor in case the blisters still persist.