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Keep Feet Dry: Perspiration is the underlying culprit. Techniques to keep feet dry would include: foot powder, absorbent socks (cotton/wool...Avoid synthetics like nylon, polyester). Changing socks and or shoes frequently helps. Aluminum chloride is a good topical aniperspirant found in underarm antiperspirant sprays. Some people will spray their feet before putting on socks. Prescription drysol can be used. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Antiperspirant: The odor is generally caused by excessive bacteria due to either over active or an increased number of sweat glands. You can try a product such as certain dry. If that doesn't work see a podiatrist and get a prescription for a stronger topical medication. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I have a foot fetish and one time I seen my it wrong to be attracted to their foot odor, what to do?
See a Psychologist: You need treatment for this if it is bothering you ...Read more
Stop excess perspire: Controlling excess perspiration is a good start. Wearing socks that absorb moisture and letting feet air out whenever possible. A small amount of powder in shoes may help. Spray shoes with disinfectant: wear shoes that"breathe" properly. There are medications which can control excessive perspiration. Good hygeine obviously is also important. ...Read more
See below: Make sure he's not wearing the same shoes every day; they need time to dry out from feet sweating. Spray interior with lysol (kills fungus) or deodorizing foot spray. Use deodorizing inserts. Wear socks & change them daily (more often if feet sweat a lot). Wash feet with deodorizing body wash. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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