Natural Foot Soak for Soft Feet

Natural Foot Soak for Soft Feet

Natural Foot Soak

The seasons can be awfully brutal on our poor feet! For me the worst seems to be summer (only because I wear soft cozy socks during the winter all the time and go barefoot all summer) at least that’s what I tell myself. 😛 But regardless we use our feet pretty much ALL day long and they need maintenance often! This is seriously my “go to” foot soak because it keeps my footsies soft and smooth, and especially my heels! It’s so simple really! The apple cider vinegar and Epsom salt help relieve your tired feet, vinegar, coconut oil and apple cider vinegar are anti-fungal and anti-bacterial. It’s odd to think about but you never know what was tracked into your house and what you walked on! The coconut oil and vinegar also help moisturize and I seriously recommend the Mr. Pumice pumi bar (you can buy online or at Sally’s Beauty Supply) because none of the other pumice stones did what I wanted them too except for this one! It’s only like $1.50 too! So go and soak those tired footsies of yours, you will be glad you did it trust me! I recommend doing this foot soak 2-3 times a week.

Natural Foot Soak
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Ingredients
  1. -1/2 cup Epsom Salt
  2. -1 t. Coconut Oil
  3. -1 T. Apple Cider Vinegar
  4. -2 drops of Tea Tree Essential Oil
  5. -Pumice Stone
Instructions
  1. Fill up a bowl, bucket, bath or even sink with warm/hot water (you can add more hot water once your feet adjust.)
  2. Add in 2 drops of Tea Tree oil to your coconut oil in order to dilute
  3. Then add everything to the water and swish around until combined.
  4. Soak your feet for about 15-20 minutes
  5. Scrub with Pumice Stone
Notes
  1. I also recommend scrubbing your feet with the Pumi Bar in the shower completely dry (no water!!) You can do this before you soak too. It seems to help get rid of more dead skin that doing it the other way, but both work significantly. Also keep in mind that It may take a few weeks of doing this 2-3 times a week to see results if your feet tend to be really dry.
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