Feet Need Care!
Keep your toenails clean as well. If you walk around wearing sandals in the summer, you might find that your toenails get dirty. Take the time to clean them every time you bathe your feet.
Moisturize your feet every day. Put lotion or foot cream on as a part of your routine. One way to achieve soft, moisturized feet is to rub on some lotion or petroleum jelly before bed and slip on some socks. When you wake up in the morning, you'll find that your feet are very soft and free from dryness! Just remember to never let the area between toes become over-moisturized, as this will cause fungus.
Keep your shoes clean. Sometimes the odor is worse when sweat and bacteria build up in shoes. Then every time you put them on, the problem is perpetuated. Wearing socks with your shoes, cleaning them every so often, and buying new shoes when it's time are all ways to reduce odor.
Try foot powder. There are many products designed to keep feet dry and odor-free. Try sprinkling foot powder, baby powder or talcum powder in your shoes before you put them on.
Use foot powder. Many people sprinkle powder in their shoes to keep everything clean and dry.
It's also important not to share shoes with other people. If you're an athlete, don't share cleats and other athletic equipment.