Footcare Tip #LifeHacksForDiabetics

Diabetics are prone to skin conditions as they are less immune to harmful bacteria. Make sure to dry feet thoroughly, especially between the toes after showering to avoid fungal infections. Use talcum powder to keep them dry.

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3 thoughts on “Footcare Tip #LifeHacksForDiabetics

  1. My dad is a diabetic and he likes to go with me now and then to get pedicures. The lady that does all of mine cuts his toenails, he wont let anyone else.

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