Known as Bromodosis, smelly feet occurs from wearing socks and shoes all day. Feet contain hundreds of sweat glands, and as feet sweat, this is absorbed by the socks, which is then absorbed by the shoes.
When you take your shoes off at the end of the day, bacteria and fungi break down the sweat, so when you put your shoes on the following day, the decomposed sweat can make your feet smell.
Avoid wearing the same pair of shoes day in and day out (rotate footwear) to allow to breath, wear 100% cotton socks and avoid nylon mixes.
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