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lavender foot soak

 

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It’s time to break out the sandals and let your feet enjoy the sun! But first they’re likely in need of some lovin’ after being bundled up for months. You can enjoy the spa from the comfort of your couch and treat your feet to a luxurious lavender foot soak that will soothe and soften with just a few natural ingredients.

Epsom salts can help alleviate achy feet, sea salt will hydrate, exfoliate, reduce some inflammation and speed up the healing of any small cuts or abrasions, and not only is lavender a lovely calming scent, but the oils are antiseptic which can help get rid of toe fungus and athletes foot. Overall, this foot soak is quick and easy to make leaving you more time for rest and relaxation!

After soaking, you can use some of the sea salt to exfoliate your feet and the lower part of your legs or a pumice stone to remove any rough spots on the heels and toes.

Towel dry feet and moisturize with an all-natural moisturizer like shea butter or coconut oil so as to not put toxins back in the skin. You can even try using our whipped body butter recipe!

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Lavender Foot Soak

Enjoy the spa from the comfort of your couch and treat your feet to a luxurious lavender foot soak. This recipe will soothe and soften your feet with just a few natural ingredients.

Prep Time 10 minutes
Author Lauren Toyota

Ingredients

  • ingredients:
  • 1/2 C epsom salts
  • 1/4 C fine Himalayan pink sea salt
  • 20 drops Lavender essential oil
  • 1 tbsp dried lavender buds optional
  • 2 - 2.5 liters warm water

Instructions

  1. Pour Epsom salts into a deep basin large enough to fit your feet.
  2. Add sea salt and lavender essential oils
  3. Pour warm water into the basin and add dried lavender if desired.
  4. Soak feet for 20 minutes.

2 comments

  • Rachel 4 years ago

    What a smart idea! gotta ask where you got that small tub for foot baths. is it ceramic?

    • Lauren Toyota 3 years ago

      it is ceramic and it’s from home sense. I don’t know if its a foot bath, but I thought it made a good prop. It could very well be a salad bowl haha I have small feet 🙂

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