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10 Ways You Can Use To Treat Sweaty Hands And Feet

Sweaty palms and soles? Use these home treatments to help them.

Summer has arrived, and for those who suffer from sweaty hands and feet, it is a difficult time. Something as basic as shaking hands with someone becomes a tremendous shame as a result of this. Are you trying to figure out how to deal with it? Here are some home cures that are both effective and have no adverse effects that you should try.

Baking Soda

Baking soda has an alkaline character, making it an effective treatment for sweaty hands and feet. Dip your hands/feet in two to three tablespoons of baking soda in warm water for 20 to 30 minutes. Continue rubbing them in the water with the soda powder. After all the steps you can now dry them with a towel.


You may purchase organic rosewater at any store or make your own by boiling rose petals in water and filtering the liquid. Simply apply rosewater to your hands and feet using a cotton swab. On your skin, it provides a cooling effect.

Water That Is Too Cold

During the day, soak your sweaty hands and feet in cool water for 15 to 20 minutes. This will significantly alleviate the situation.

Talcum Powder/Cornstarch

They both help to keep your skin dry and act in the same way. Simply sprinkle them over your palms and feet. Use a non-perfumed talcum powder if possible, since it is better and more natural, making it safe to use on a regular basis.


Lemon may be used in three different ways to treat sweaty hands and feet. - Dry the peels of lemons and oranges. Powder them once they've become hard and brittle. Dust your hands and feet with the powder. Make sure you stored it in an airtight container.

- Rub your hands with a mixture of lemon juice and vodka. Allow 15 to 20 minutes before washing it away.

- Combine lemon juice and salt in a small bowl and rub it into your hands. Wash it away once it has dried.

Bags of tea

You can use wet black tea bags for this purpose because of their antiperspirant characteristics, and hold them in your sweaty hands for a few minutes each day. To control the condition, you can also use it to rinse or wipe your sweaty hands and feet. Alternatively, steep 3–4 black tea bags in hot water for 30 minutes every day and bathe your palms or feet in it.

Apple Cider Vinegar is a vinegar made from apples.

Allow the apple cider vinegar to dry on your hands and feet. Then, with water, wash it away. It helps to keep the skin pores closed and reduce sweating. Do it on a daily basis.

Powdered Sandalwood

Sandalwood paste has been applied to people's foreheads since the dawn of time to keep them cool. It has the ability to reduce perspiration, making it an efficient cure for sweaty palms and feet. It can be combined with water, lime juice, or rosewater. Apply it to the sweaty areas, wait for it to dry, and then wash it away.

Tomato Juice

Tomato juice has a cooling effect on the body and reduces sweating. Every day, drink it or dip your hands in tomato juice. It also contains salt, which aids in keeping the palms and soles of the feet dry.


Rub a couple of potato slices against your sweaty hands and feet. Allow the juice to sit on your skin for a few minutes before washing it away.

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