Foot odour controlThe main thing that feeds foot odour is sweat. With more than 250,000 sweat glands each, your feet are one of the parts of the body that perspire most. In one day, each foot can produce more than a pint of sweat! Sweat is basically just salt and water, so it doesn't have a distinctive smell. The smell is actually caused by bacteria on our skin that feed on the sweat, and excrete waste, which has a strong odour.
Sweat, bacteria growth & a bad smellWearing the same pair of shoes every day means that sweat builds up inside the shoes. This keeps the shoes moist, contributing to the production of excessive perspiration, bacterial growth and often, an unpleasant smell. If your footwear is left to dry for a few days, the smell usually fades away. But once you put the footwear on again, the warmth returns and so does the bad smell.
Effective treatment for smelly feetIndependent research has shown that Gran's Remedy is 100% effective for actively treating all five of the bacteria and fungi are known to cause smelly feet and footwear. Gran's Remedy treats the feet and shoes at the same time.
Sprinkle a spoonful (Spoon included in the pottle) of powder in each shoe daily for seven consecutive days or until the powder is used up. Gran's Remedy leaves your feet, shoes and socks odour-free for up to six months.
Any other footwear that you wear intermittently, such as sports shoes, should be treated each time they are worn until the powder is used up.