Invigorating Homemade Foot Soak With Spearmint Oil

Invigorating Homemade Foot Soak With Spearmint Oil

Your feet deserve some pampering. Give them an at home spa treatment with this invigorating homemade foot soak with spearmint essential oil.

Spearmint oil has an energizing and invigorating aroma. It encourages a sense of focus while uplifting mood. Also has cleansing properties so it is a great oil for an all natural foot soak.

Epsom salt is wonderful soaking solution. It is perfect if you need a foot soak for sore feet. Epsom salt can help relax muscles, reduce stress level, and soften the skin.

Foot soaks are a great way to unwind after a long day at work. You can read or watch TV while your feet are soaking. Add this homemade foot soak recipe with our natural face mask recipe and enjoy an at home spa experience!

Spearmint Foot Soak

Directions:

1) Mix Epsom Salt and spearmint oil together.

2) Add hot water to large basin, stir in salt & oil mixture and swirl water around.

3) Immerse feet and soak for 15-30 minutes, as desired.

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Jennifer Lane

Hello, I'm Jennifer, Founder of Loving Essential Oils. I have a passion for natural health and aromatherapy. I love making DIY products to replace store bought items and strive for a chemical and toxin free home. I enjoy using aromatherapy and essential oils every day to keep my family and myself healthy and happy. My hope is to help you do the same.

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