DIY: Peppermint Foot Scrub

This foot scrub makes my feet soft and smooth, and it smells amazing! | The Refreshanista

Who doesn’t love a little pampering? 😉 If you follow my blog, you’d know I love to make masks and scrubs and bath salts to enjoy a little spa-time at home. Sometimes you just really need to relax, but who can afford a trip to the spa everyday? PS: if you can, please take me with you!!! 😉 Making your own bath products have several benefits: you know that the ingredients are pure and natural, you can customize them with essential oils for your needs, and it’s budget-friendly 🙂 Give your feet some TLC with this homemade, all-natural peppermint foot scrub!

Epsom salts buff away dry, rough skin while the sweet almond oil nourishes your skin for super-soft feet. The tea tree oil is a natural anti fungal and antiseptic- no smelly feet! And the peppermint oil is invigorating and soothing at the same time, it has a tingly-cool sensation. Best of all, the ingredients are completely natural. Have you ever been to a nail place for a pedicure and had your feet scrubbed with that creepy bright-blue chemical-filled stuff? Yikes! Totally better to do it yourself 🙂

The perfect follow up for treating your feet with this foot scrub is my DIY Soothing Cocoa Mint Foot Salve. Massage on the salve and put on some thick socks. Your feet will feel so pampered and silky smooth!

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DIY: Peppermint Foot Scrub

Author Melanie Maxwell

Ingredients

  • 1 cup of Epsom salts
  • 1/4 cup of sweet almond oil
  • 10 drops of peppermint essential oil
  • 5 drops of tea tree oil

Instructions

  1. Stir all ingredients together and keep in an airtight container.
  2. To use, massage onto feet then rinse off. Be careful, your feet may be a bit slippery.

Do you like to pamper yourself with at-home spa treatments?

Melanie

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