Walking the Camino de Santiago is not a simple task. There are many miles in which we can suffer many times temperatures and extreme situations in different stages. That is why it is necessary to be prepared and, above all, to take care during the pilgrimage.
The feet are our main tool to get to Santiago. Carrying out the Camino de Santiago, even for the shortest routes, is a physical challenge for our feet. Most pilgrims are not used to doing so many miles in a row or walking for so many consecutive days. The feet support our weight and, subway by meter, suffer small punishments.
So that the feet allow us to reach Santiago and avoid injuries or discomfort, it is good to perform daily stretches, clean them properly, use balsamic creams, cold gels or relaxing salts to comfort our feet and that they take us to the Plaza del Obradoiro without setbacks.
In pharmacies you will find various products that can help you make this Way more bearable. Among them is the offer of Saltratos, Laboratorios Viñas, which is a brand specialized in foot care since 1921.
Saltratos has specific products for tired feet; refreshing gel to prepare the feet before starting a stage and soothing cream and relaxing salts to tone, relax and comfort the feet at the end of the stage.
They are economic products that will help you to take care of your feet and avoid pains during the Camino and, consequently, to arrive to Santiago enjoying each stage and with a good foot.
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