3. Try lifting your heels.
Start in a standing position with your knees slightly bent. Then proceed to lift your heels slowly, until all your weight is being held by your toes. Now, this might feel very painful and uncomfortable if you suffer from severe bunions, but you should still try little by little. Over time, your toe muscles will strengthen and your bunions will probably stop reforming.
4. Walk on sandy beaches as often as possible.
This one might not be possible for each and every one of you depending on your location, but sand is a great massage for your feet. Not only does it relax your toes and feet, but it also helps strengthen them. It will prove to be super beneficial for those who suffer from arthritis due to their bunions.
5. Soak your feet in warm and ice cold water.
After a long, stressful day is over, your feet will be thanking you if you soak them in a tub with warm water and Epsom salt. Just fill the tub up to the ankles and let your feet soak for 10-15 minutes. Alternatively, you can choose an ice-cold soak by placing your feet in ice water for at least 10 minutes before going to bed. This way all the swelling and inflammation will reduce.