Thank you, Dr. B. Also in the heat index, a summer shoe warning. Fashionable on the outside, but wait until you see what could be lurking on the inside. Becky worly has what you need to know about... See More
Thank you, Dr. B. Also in the heat index, a summer shoe warning. Fashionable on the outside, but wait until you see what could be lurking on the inside. Becky worly has what you need to know about what you need to know before trying on the next pair of shoes. Reporter: Gorgeous shoes. We love them so much. But what if there's a hidden me that is in brand new kicks or pumps? Yep, athlete's foot. You may think as a problem limit to the athletes. But sorry, carry Bradshaw, but stylish shoe devotees need to focus. Think about it, those department store racks? How many people tried on the shoes before? This is morning television, we're not going to get gross. But here's the basic information you need to know. This condition spreads when spores transfer from one foot to the other. The classic case is in the gym shower. They thrive in moist, warm, dark environments. Like inside boots or close-toed shoes. There's a lot of microorganisms on the shoes that are invisible to the naked eye. Those little ped socks they offer are there for that reason. If you're sneaker shop, byos, bring your own socks. And if you feel like you have been exposed to other's feet, soak in epsom salt. And you can use a micromist to spray and clean them. Shoeses ordered online have a high return rate. Yours may not be the first to try them on. In the store or at home, the try on pad is my new best friend. Thanks. Good tips in there. And also this, another weapon in your foot care arsenal. This is a -- this is the ultraviolet shoe sanitizer. Sanitizes your shoes. Up to 99.9 of the germs that cause shoe odor. Check that out.
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