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All that heat in an enclosed shoe is bound to result in sweating – but sometimes, even sandals get smelly. The answer is generally due to the 250,000 sweat glands each foot has, which encourage bacteria – particularly if you’re wearing the same shoes regularly.
Surprisingly, though, it’s not actually the sweat that causes the smell. Bacteria that lives on the skin eats the feet’s sweat, producing isovaleric acid, causing the odour. Athlete’s Foot can also contribute.
The offending odor is from bacteria that grow on your foot and live and keep growing, until you do something about it.
1. 8 Ways to Keep Your Shoes Stink-Free During No-Socks Season by Dwyer Frame
2. How to prevent a smelly feet by ABIGAIL MALBONAbbi coined from PrimaBlog