Summary: Are you tired of worrying if other people can smell your feet, too? Here’s a quick and effective way to reduce foot odor.
Does the phrase, “trick or treat, smell my feet” have a whole different meaning when you say it? Are you tired of changing your socks multiple times a day? Do you hide dryer sheets in your shoes to cover up the smell of foot odor so the people around you won’t notice? You aren’t alone. Statistics show that close to 16 percent of Americans suffer from foot odor, otherwise known as bromodosis. In fact, it’s a common enough problem that, for a lot of people, it wouldn’t even register as a medical concern. However, for some people, the struggle is a bit more real than it is for others. Let’s take a look at why that is and what you can do to prevent the smell of your feet from disrupting your life.