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..soaking feet in vinegar (apple cider being best) is a great remedy for many problems like toenail fungus, dry feet, tired feet, etc. ..here are some vinegar foot soaks that will help feet be soft and supple.
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Once a week for 20 minutes, sit in a hot bath that contains a handful of Epsom salts, 10 drops of lavender essential oil, and a half cup of baking soda. This combo draws out toxins, lowers stress-related hormones, and balances your pH levels. other good ideas TOO!
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How To Soften Dry, Cracked Heels Soak feet for 5-10 minutes in a warm foot bath made with 1 cup milk and 5 cups warm water. Create a homemade foot scrub by putting 4 tablespoons salt or sugar in 1/2 cup oil. Baby oil, sweet almond oil or coconut oil or even vegetable oil works well. Massage the homemade foot scrub in a circular motion into bottoms of feet. Scrub bottoms of feet with the pumice stone. Rinse and dry feet. Before you go to bed that night, try this tip from beauty guru Paula...
How To Soften Dry, Cracked Heels
for all that nasty foot skin. get a bucket of warm water, not to hot, with a cup full of epsom salt. Allow salt to dissolve before placing your feet inside. Once the salt has dissolved, place your feet inside of the water, allow to soak for up to 30 minutes. Remove feet from water after 3o minutes. Scrub gently with toothbrush to remove all loose, dry skin. This only takes a small amount of time. The skin should be very easy to remove. Rinse feet with water and dry with towel, need for summer!
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LOVE THIS for cracked heels. The remedy says it will take off the layer of icky skin. You only need shaving cream and listerine WOO WHOO imm gonna try this i need a layer or two gone...
Pinner says: Peppermint Salt Soak You'll need: • Glass or metal bowl • 20 drops peppermint essential oil • 3 tablespoons carrier oil (I used sweet almond oil or jojoba) • Metal spoon • 1/2 cup Epsom salt • 1/2 cup sea salt • 8 oz jar, tub or tin with lid • food coloring (optional) From: http://www.homemade-gifts-made-easy.com/christmas-candy-cane-bath-salt-recipe.html
Peppermint Bath Salts: I made these great jars of peppermint bath salts for Christmas gifts last year and they were a big hit. Here is how I made them: Peppermint Salt Soak