Sweaty Feet Formula acts as an astringent to help in reducing the perspiration of the skin on the feet. Containing Oak Bark and Sage, it is also naturally anti-microbial. SIZE: 125 ml / 4.23 oz. Read more
Sweaty feet are a common issue. That’s no surprise. There are 250,000 sweat glands in each foot and they can produce half a cup of sweat per day! However, sometimes the sweating is excessive; a condition is known as plantar (relating to the foot) hyperhidrosis. Sweaty feet aren’t just uncomfortable. The condition can also lead to foot odor and fungal infections, such as athlete’s foot and toenail fungus.
If your feet are slipping because they are too clammy or wet or your socks are moist halfway through the day, you need an effective foot care formula that really works around the clock. Proper moisture balance is essential for healthy feet. The Footlogix® Sweaty Feet Formula is an effective treatment for reducing perspiration of the skin of the feet.
Although there are times when sweaty feet just can’t be avoided, you can help control the issue by choosing shoes made of breathable fabrics and moisture-wicking socks. Ensure shoes aren’t too tight, which will crowd the feet and toes and cause more sweating. If possible, rotate gym shoes so shoes have a chance to dry out between wearings and wash and dry the feet thoroughly, at a minimum, daily.
Many people may not be aware, but there are treatments that can improve sweaty feet. Choose a formula that has astringent properties to help reduce perspiration, as well as anti-bacterial properties to ward off odor and infection.
Footlogix Sweaty Feet Formula is formulated with Dermal Infusion Technology® to deliver targeted ingredients to reduce foot perspiration. It contains Oak Bark Extract, an astringent proven to shrink the poor size, and Sage, a natural antiseptic and astringent that also acts as an anti-inflammatory. It should be massaged onto clean, dry feet before putting on footwear (especially non-breathable footwear such as rubber or construction boots) or before physical activity.
Feet that perspire excessively
Wearers of non-breathable footwear