How To Avoid Shoe Bite

Shoe bites are usually characterized by redness, swelling, pain, or blisters. Painful enough to make it difficult for you to walking, exercising, and standing for long periods of time. 

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Most shoe bites are because they are too tight or too loose, and the rough edges constantly rub the foot skin during walking.

How do treat shoe bites at home? 

Here are 5 tips for treating shoe bites: 

1. Oil the inner fold of your shoes

Apply oil(olive oil, coconut oil, or castor oil) to the inner fold of your shoes to help your new footwear glide smoothly against the skin.

2. Use adhesive pads or Band-Aid

Apply to stick the adhesive pad or Band-Aid to the back of the ankle or where it is easy to rub.

3. Apply petroleum jelly

Another easy approach to avoid shoe bites is applying petroleum jelly to your feet.

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4. Wear socks

Wearing socks is an easy approach to avoid shoe bites. The thicker the socks you wear, the less friction.

Shoe bite is a common phenomenon, while we just pick the wrong shoe size.