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DIY Lavender Magnesium Foot Scrub

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Mix 1 cup Epsom salt, 1/4 cup coconut oil (or another oil: jojoba, almond, olive oil, etc), 15 drops lavender essential oil and store in an airtight glass jar. When you are ready to treat your feet, take a small amount and rub on the bottom of your feet. Rinse and dry. You can also change out the essential oil to a scent you prefer or use sugar in place of Epsom salt.

Summer calls for fun dresses and sandals. That is exactly what I have been wearing anyway and my feet have paid the price.

Hard, rough patches on my heels and not so pretty feet is what I had going on. I was using an all-natural exfoliant that helped a little bit, but not entirely.

Getting a pedicure is not an option either. Knowing what is in those products and in the air is not relaxing for me at all. Last time I went for a pedicure, all I did was sit and stress over the toxic chemicals they were smothering on me. No fun!

Even purchasing many of the conventional, store bought foot scrubs can be harmful to you. So many unnatural ingredients! So why not skip the trips to the nail salon and wasting money on body care products that are hurting your health.

It is time to dive in and make this amazing Lavender Magnesium Foot Scrub. It worked so well my hubby could not believe how soft my feet were!

Why did I choose these ingredients? They are all natural and good for your body!

Many people are low in magnesium and this scrub is a great way to get that vital mineral into your body while beautifying your feet.

Ready for the recipe? Here you go…

Lavender Magnesium Foot Scrub [Recipe]

Ingredients

  • 1 cup Epsom salt
  • 1/4 cup coconut oil (or another oil: jojoba, almond, olive oil, etc)
  • 15 drops lavender essential oil

Instructions

  1. Mix all ingredients together and store in an airtight glass jar.
  2. When you are ready to treat your feet, take a small amount and rub on the bottom of your feet. Rinse and dry.

One thing to keep in mind when using this foot scrub is that the coconut oil will make your bathtub a bit slippery so be careful!

Recipes are just guidelines, you can change out the essential oil to a scent you prefer or use sugar in place of epsom salt. Make it your own and something you will enjoy using.

When choosing to make your own body care products, you are taking care of yourself in the best way!

Always choose high quality, therapeutic essential oils too. Quality matters! The majority of what you put on your skin gets absorbed directly into your body and you deserve the best.

Katrina Anotado
Star Expert

Hi, I'm Katrina. I believe that the foods we eat and the products we use have a major impact on our health. I attended school at The Institute for Integrative Nutrition where I studied with some of the world's top health and wellness experts including Dr. David Katz, Dr. Andrew Weil, Dr. Deepak Chopra, and Geneen Roth. While at school, I was introduced to the amazing benefits of essential oils. Now, sharing essential oils along with other lifestyle changes is what I love to do! The end result is to do your best and not strive for perfection.

Katrina Anotado
Star Expert

Hi, I'm Katrina. I believe that the foods we eat and the products we use have a major impact on our health. I attended school at The Institute for Integrative Nutrition where I studied with some of the world's top health and wellness experts including Dr. David Katz, Dr. Andrew Weil, Dr. Deepak Chopra, and Geneen Roth. While at school, I was introduced to the amazing benefits of essential oils. Now, sharing essential oils along with other lifestyle changes is what I love to do! The end result is to do your best and not strive for perfection.

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