One of my favorite things to do….Foot Baths!

I started doing foot baths when I was about 4 years old and I’ve never stopped since!

 

These are some of the times to treat yourself to a relaxing foot bath:

  • When your feet are sore
  • When you’re stressed
  • When you’re cold
  • When you’re rundown
  • When you’re sick
  • When you just want to do something relaxing!

For a foot bath you can either just fill your bath tub up with enough water to submerge your feet OR you can use an actual foot bath (you can find foot baths at Target, Walgreens, etc.).

Some of my usual mixtures to include in the very warm water:

  • For relaxation: a few drops of lavender oil & 1- 2 tablespoons of sea salt
  • For a cold: a few drops of eucalyptus oil &  mustard seed powder (detoxifying)
  • For tired feet: 2 tablespoons of apple cider vinegar and/or a few drops of lemon juice & 1-2 tablespoons of epsom salt

**You can always simply use warm water and still being doing something healthy and relaxing for yourself.

Try a foot bath today or at least, this week!

Another Natural Beauty “Secret”

Some Natural Beauty Uses for Epsom Salt:

  • In the tub: add 1-2 cups of epsom salt to a warm bath for a nice, muscle-relaxing soak that softens skin!
  • On your face: add a 1/2 teaspoon of epsom salt into your cleansing cream to deep clean pores. Massage on face. Rinse with cool water.

**Epsom Salt is very inexpensive and can be found in CVS!

 

More uses for Epsom Salt in your home and garden coming soon…