Amazing home made natural stinky feet scrub

After a hard day’s work you might come home to find that your once pretty feet have turned into sweaty appendages that are keen on assaulting your nostrils with pungent stinkiness. Here are natural stinky feet scrub.

Home made natural Stinky Feet Scrub

 

Home made natural Stinky Feet Scrub

The combination of Epsom salt, peppermint oil, and tea tree oil will help evict those stinky particles. The tea tree oil also act as an anti-fungal treatment too. It has so many uses for things like acne, chest congestion, helps get rid of dandruff and dry scalp, etc.

 

Ingredients

⅓ cup raw sugar

⅔ cup Epsom salt

1 ½ tbsp Coconut Oil

½ tbsp dried peppermint

5-6 drops Peppermint Oil

4 drops Tea Tree Oil

 

Directions for natural stinky feet scrub

  • In a small plastic bowl combine raw sugar, Epsom salt, and coconut oil. Stir til all of the sugar and salt crystals are coated with oil. Add a little more oil if necessary. The oil acts to protect the sugar and salt from dissolving.
  • Stir in essential oils and dried peppermint flakes. Please make sure that you are using oil based essential oils and not water based extracts like baking extracts. They will not work as well and will clump and start to dissolve your dry ingredients.
  • Be sure to leave your container in a cool, dry place and make sure that it gets sealed nicely. You can even put it in a ziplock bag if you’re in a pinch.

 

To use natural stinky feet scrub

# Prep a large rectangular tub with warm water, a towel, and a wash cloth.

# Take 1/3rd of the mixture and scrub and massage your feet. For added exfoliation – use the wash cloth in addition to the scrub.

# After your feet are all nice and scrubby – don’t wipe the scrub off, just place your feet in the warm water tub.

# Sit and relax for 10-20 minutes.

# Wipe off any remaining sugar/salt crystals or peppermint particles.

# Pat your feet dry.

 

Other ways to combat stinky feet

  • Wear clean socks with your shoes. Don’t go sockless with your shoes, unless they’re meant to be worn without socks.
  • If you get some kind of fungal infection, take care of it promptly and make sure you clean your shoes and socks thoroughly afterward.
  • Keep your feet dry. If your feet are prone to sweating, put some baby powder in your shoes to help absorb any excess moisture.
  • Buy shoes that can breathe and are comfortable for every day use.

 

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