Get Those Feet Summer Ready With These Natural Foot Soak Treatments
There's nothing better than soaking your tired feet in warm water after running around at work the whole day. Just thinking about it, makes you feel relaxed right? While you may have soaked your feet in plain warm water a number of times, but what you didn't know is that dropping some natural ingredients in the water can help you get beautiful summer-ready feet.
Today, we are talking about foot soaks. They not only help you pamper your feet but also cleanse and detoxify them. You can prepare a foot soak at the comfort at your home during this Coronavirus outbreak and enjoy a salon-like foot spa by adding a few cleansing and moisturising ingredients.
You owe it to your feet after running errand and trapping them in shoes for all winter long. So, here we are with not one but two super easy DIY foot soaks to prep your feet for flip flops and strappy summer flats.
- Lemon, peppermint essential oil and honey
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In a tub of warm water, add three spoons of honey, juice of half a lemon and a few drops of peppermint essential oil. Mix all the ingredients together and soak your feet in this concoction for about 30 minutes. Once done, pat dry with a towel and moisturise for pretty feet.
Honey and peppermint oil are antibacterial and immensely nourishing, while lemon juice acts as a cleanser and astringent for your feet. This foot soak helps in brightening your feet and eliminating dryness & curbs fungal infection.
2. Rose Water, lavender oil and coconut oil
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Mix two tablespoons of coconut oil, one tablespoon of rose water and four to five drops of lavender oil in a tub of hot water. Dip your feet in this solution and let them sit in it for about 20 minutes. Wash it off and pat dry with a towel. Follow up with a good foot cream.
This foot soak can help heal extremely dry and cracked heels and make your feet super soft & healthy. Coconut oil helps in moisturising your feet while lavender oil & rose water can leave them smelling great.
Feature Image: Byrdie, The Express Tribune
Text By: GirlStyle IN