How often do you remember to check your poor neglected feet? The feet that take you across the world wherever you are! Next week, we are celebrating National Feet Week 2020 which takes place from 9th to 15th March. This is to encouraging everyone to prioritise their foot health. Do you remember when was the last time you took care of your feet? If you want to learn more about foot health, why not come and join in with us next Monday from 6pm to 7pm for a fun Twitter party.
The team behind National Feet Week, Osgo Healthcare, are keen to encourage people not to ignore common foot complaints which can lead to serious issues and pain. There are so many people who choose to suffer in silence with common foot complaints, which can ultimately lead to conditions becoming more serious and affecting overall health and their well being.
It is important to check your feet regularly and get expert help when necessary from a podiatrist. They are experts in foot health and the best people to turn to when you are experiencing fungal nail infections, corns, heel pain and hard skin or any other symptoms relating to feet. There are many conditions that can be routinely treated. It will not only give your feet a new lease of life, but you can also avoid pain and discomfort from reoccurring issues. All you need to do is to give your feet a bit of extra tender loving care.
Tony Gavin, founder of OSGO Healthcare and leading podiatrist said: “Here at OSGO we can’t emphasise enough the positive impact that happy, healthy feet can have on your life and it’s our mission to make people prioritise their foot health in the same way they would eye and dental care. We are sure that anyone considering a visit to the podiatrist will never look back once they have made a commitment to regular foot care.”
As part of this National Feet Week and to join in the Twitter party, we were gifted these fantastic goodies to pamper our feet! They are Dr Anders Intensive Rescue Balm, Palmer’s Coconut oil, Footner Exfoliating Socks, Formthotic, CCS Foot Care Cream, Nailner 2 in 1 Fungal Nail Treatment, Hydro-Repairing Foot Care and Mavala Refreshing Foot Gel and shoelaces. I will share what I think about the products over the Twitter party, so do remember to join in!
If you are looking for a way to tie your shoelaces to fit the condition of your feet, please check out this chart!
For more information about common foot ailments and how a podiatrist can help, visit www.podsfixfeet.co.uk or visit www.nationalfeetweek.org Do remember to pop over and follow https://twitter.com/NatFeetWeek next Monday 9th March 2020 at 6pm!
Disclosure: We received the samples for the purposes of writing this review, however, all thoughts and opinions remain our own. Images used with permission.