• THE ULTIMATE FOOT SCRUB

Wyndmere DIY foot scrub made with essential oils, eucalyptus, peppermint, sandalwood, tea tree, and unscented bath salt. 

 

The time has just about come to put away our sandals and lean in real hard into boot season. We like our feet feeling fine and smooth as a baby's bottom this time of year. We don’t want callused hippy feet snagging our socks.


So here it is. THE ULTIMATE FOOT SCRUB to be boot-ready. Not only will it help you remove dead and unwanted skin, but this DIY also leaves your feet feeling moisturized and happy.

 We’ve made this scrub work double-time by adding the best combination of essential oils to help combat odor and foot fungus!

Here’s what you’ll need:


-1 cup Wyndmere Naturals Unscented Bath Salt

-1/2 cup Coconut oil

-4 drops Tea Tree

-3 drops Peppermint

-3 drops Eucalyptus 

-6 drops Sandalwood


To make, finely grind 1/4 cup bath salt. Place all ingredients into a bowl and “cream” the ingredients like you would butter and sugar. Once combined, place in an airtight jar and ENJOY! 


How to use your homemade foot scrub:  Soak your feet in warm water for a few minutes before applying the scrub. To apply, scoop a handful of the foot scrub and gently rub over your feet using circular motions for several minutes, focusing on the parts that need the most attention. Rinse your feet off in the bath or washbasin and pat dry. Finish with a moisturizer like one of our lotions or creams.

Enjoy weekly or twice a week for best results.  Your feet are going to thank you for this one!

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