Calling all surfers:
Have you ever had sore, peeling feet after surfing? Some surfers have reported a reaction that makes the soles of their feet go red, itchy and peeling, so walking becomes painful and surfing impossible. We can’t have that!
It’s possible that some surfers are allergic to their neoprene booties, or maybe have athlete’s foot or dermatitis. Do you want to go barefoot surfing in cold water, keep trying new booties or restrict your surfing to somewhere tropical? Probably not.
Whatever the cause of the problem, the best long-term remedy is to moisturise your feet daily with natural products that will heal and protect the skin and help prevent surfers foot.
How to prevent surfers foot
Here’s a tried-and-tested régime to help prevent surfers foot.
- Once a day, wash your feet with our deep cleansing therapy bar (use pre-boiled water if you live in a hard water area). Simply rub the rich lather into your feet. Don’t rinse it off, just let it dry for at least 30 minutes or ideally overnight.
- Every morning and night, and whenever you want to throughout the day, apply our hydrating therapy balm and/or ultra-sensitive therapy cream.
Note that it’s not just for surfers feet. You can also use this process to protect your skin and help avoid rashes all over your body.
How it works
The foundation of our products is known as Zander. It’s a 6,000-year-old sediment formed from reeds that once grew on the edges of certain North Eastern European lakes. The particular conditions and minimal oxygen levels there means all the vitamins and minerals are retained rather than leached away or rotted down.
Blended with other natural ingredients, the Zander can soak into the skin to repair and maintain it. Its healing properties restore the damaged skin on your feet and strengthen its protective barrier for the future.
Note that this treatment for surfers foot is 100% natural; there are no chemicals and all our products are clinically proven to be non-irritant.
Riding the Waves, Living the Dream
There’s only one place a surfers feet should be – on the board, riding the waves! So don’t let anything stop you.
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