DIY Foot Soak

Spring is near and that means it is time to get our tootsies ready for sandal season! I have a really easy and cheap foot soak that you are going to want to try yourself! You probably have everything you need at home to make this effective way to remove dead skin.

You guys, I LOVE SANDALS.

I love anything I can slip on and dash out the door with, and what a bonus it is to be able to show off my pretty painted toes with my choice of footwear.  But, sandals can be rough on your feet. My feet always seem to get a little drier when sandal season rolls around.

That's why I love this easy and relaxing foot soak.

DIY Foot Soak for Sandal Ready Feet

Ingredients


2 cups of warm water
1 cup of vinegar
1 cup of listerine

Directions

Warm water in microwave for about 2-3 minutes (until it is warm, but won't burn you!)
Add vinegar and mouthwash to a tub or container large enough for your feet.
Add the warm water and gently stir.
Soak your feet for 10 minutes or until the water is cold.
Gently rub dead skin off of your feet.



This is such an effective and economical diy beauty treatment. I highly recommend it to anyone who wears sandals or has dry feet. I am to understand that this soak is also an effective way to treat foot fungus.

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12 comments:

  1. I give myself a foot bath with lavendar epsom salt and then a pedicure

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  2. I haven't cared for my feet in a while besides cutting my toenails occasionally and obviously showering lol ... my feet probably hate me

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  3. I don't take care of my feet often besides a lil polish once in awhile

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  4. I have an at home foot spa that I use usually with Epson salts

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  5. I used to soak my feet in warm or hot water with epson salt. It felt so good. I haven't done it in a long time. With my back having major issues I'm not able to pick up anything heavy. I just wash them daily and put lots of lotion. Due to being a diabetic I have really dry feet. I'm going to get some gold bond diabetic cream. My mom swears by it so I know it must be good. What you did was a good idea. I heard tea bags in hot/warm water and also vodka in hot/warm water help a lot too. I've never tried them myself. Have a good day :)

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  6. I would love to try this food soak, I do need it. I use lotions and exfoliators on my feet whenever I can. I need the lotion every day for dry skin.
    twinkle at optonline dot net

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  7. Foot soaking is awesome! I LOVE that bowl, it is beautiful :-)
    Shirley @ Intelligent Domestications

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  8. I would love to try this food soak, I do need it. I use lotions and Exfoliators on my feet whenever I can. I need the lotion every day for dry skin.
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  9. Thanks for the info! PINNED. Linda Crafts a la Mode

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  10. PINNED> thanks for another natural product. Linda Crafts a la Mode

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