FOOT SCRUBSSummer can be harsh on your feet. Each one of those shoeless hurries to the post box; the sand, salt and shakes at the shore; and the physical toll of shoe clad touring, also being on your feet for quite a long time.

Here, we offer a couple of hand crafted salt scour formulas to help your tootsies remain fit as a fiddle when the temperature is sweltering.

Mitigating Peppermint Foot Scrub

1 glass granulated sugar

Olive or coconut oil

Hardly any drops of peppermint basic oil


Take 1 glass granulated sugar and fill a blending bowl. Slowly include your preferred olive oil or coconut oil and combine until you have a marginally wet yet grainy consistency.

Include a couple of drops of peppermint fundamental oil. Exchange the scour to a pretty container and use in the shower or shower to peel, saturate and alleviate sore feet.

Reviving Lemon Foot Scrub

2 glasses granulated sugar

1/4 to 1/3 glass almond or coconut oil

6-8 drops of lemon basic oil


Join sugar and almond oil in a perfect, dry bowl and include oil gradually until you have a delicate, wet-sand consistency.

Include as much lemon basic oil as liked and work into feet for five minutes before washing ceaselessly in the shower.

Your feet will feel like they’ve had a reviving spa treatment.
Milk Scrub Treatment for Cracked Heels

1 glass milk

5 glasses warm water

4 tablespoons sugar or salt

1/2 glass child oil

Pumice stone

Stridex cushion

Most loved thick cream


Pour some milk and some warm water in a foot bath or huge bowl and drench your feet for five to 10 minutes. In a bowl, pour infant oil and sugar or salt and blend well. Make into a thick glue and apply all over feet, kneading in roundabout movements. Completion with a pumice stone scour on callused heels. Wash and pat feet dry. Next, rub feet with Stridex cushions, which further peels them. At that point apply a thick cream or oil jam to the base of the feet. Put on thick, comfortable socks and rest with your feet awake for a few hours or lay down with the socks on.

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