Tyler is one of my most active kids. I never see him walk - only run. He runs everywhere! The only problem with this active little guy is that he will not wear socks. No matter how hard we try we cannot get him to wear them. The result of having a little one without socks is stinky feet, actually unbearably stinky feet.
I had just had my car cleaned and washed a couple of days ago. The inside smelled so nice and fresh and then all of a sudden like a chorus everyone is the car went "eeeeewwwwww!" I turned around to see Ella trying not to vomit and Tyler with his shoes off. I told Steve that we need to get something to put in his shoes to help this horrible odor, so I sent him to CVS to pick something out for me.
He came home with the Gold Bond foot powder. I was hoping for a spray, but Steve said after talking with the pharmacist that this was a good choice for what we needed. The pharmacist also only recommended this brand. It had really easy instructions and was recommended for adults and children 2 years and older: Apply freely up to 3 or 4 times daily.
This is going to be our new daily routine to help try and control Tyler's foot odor. Thoroughly wash and dry feet, sprinkle powder liberally over feet, between toes and on bottoms of feet. For best results apply to affected areas up to 3 or 4 times daily. Sprinkle inside shoes for maximum freshness.
I know that Gold Bond is a name that I can trust and with the pharmacist recommending it we should have clean smelling little toes again realy soon!
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