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{Spa Party} Peppermint Tea Foot Soak & Foot Scrub Recipes - goes with spa in a jar

The Gunny Sack: {Spa Party} Peppermint Tea Foot Soak & Foot Scrub Recipes

Orange Bath Salts/ Foot Soak (great gift idea) Plus home pedicure tips by Crafting in the Rain

Foot Care Tips with Amopé Pedi Perfect

Orange Bath Salts/ Foot Soak (great gift idea) Plus home pedicure tips by…

Mint-Eucalyptus Foot Scrub / 4 Ingredients- Sea Salt, Coconut Oil, Eucalyptus Oil and Peppermint Oil

star haus: Make it- Mint-Eucalyptus Foot Scrub ---- This foot scrub is super duper easy to make and great for soothing those tired feet of yours. It is also great for improving circulation in the feet too.

1/2 cup of baking soda, 1/3 cup Epsom salt, the contents of 2 orange tea bags and 5 drops of orange essential oil. Put it all in an 8 oz mason jar or a bowl and stir it up. Add 2 tablespoons of the foot soak to a basin of warm water and soak your feet while you relax! If you are giving the foot soak as a gift, add a scoop and tie a few pieces of colorful baker’s twine to the end.

Homemade Citrus Foot Soak Recipe I used cup of baking soda, cup Epsom salt, the contents of 2 orange tea bags and 5 drops of orange essential oil. Put it all in an 8 oz mason jar or a bowl and stir it up.

This takes the dead skin right off. All you need is shaving cream and Listerine.  Great to know for flip-flop season.

Treating sore, cracked and stinky feet. Takes the dead skin right off. All you need is shaving cream and Listerine. Great to know for flip-flop season.

The decadent feeling of an expensive pedicure without all the fuss. All-natural sea salts gently exfoliate dry and toughened skin, while the invigorating scents of organic tea tree and peppermint esse

Tea Tree & Mint Foot Scrub

Tea Tree and Mint Homemade Foot Scrub This is an excellent recipe for the feet! This refreshing tea tree and mint homemade foo.

Peppermint foot soak

Peppermint foot soak in a mason jar. MAKES A GREAT CHRISTMAS GIFT. Benefits of Foot Baths With the stress that becomes part of daily life, we often forget to relax and take care of our bodies. “Take care of .

Spa In A Jar ~ Gifts In A Jar | The Gunny Sack

Mini Containers for the spa in a jar gift found at Family Dollar. paint the lids to match your items in the jar

Peppermint Candy Cane Sugar Scrub from The Idea Room. Would make a unique Christmas gift for friends.

Sugar Scrubs Recipes

Peppermint-Candy-Cane-Sugar-Scrub in Starbucks glasses: 2 cups white sugar, to cup almond oil (or coconut oil), few drops of peppermint essential oil; color half mixture with few drops of food coloring and layer in bottles

DIY Peppermint Foot ScrubSimple! ~ I'd probably replace the oil with Avocado oil. Super simple: Granulated sugar, peppermint oil, and carrier oil

Peppermint Foot Sugar Scrub Recipe

Peppermint Foot Scrub Recipe - perfect for gifts or home use. To 1 cup of granulated sugar, add oliv eoil or coconut oil and mix together until slightly wet, but grainy consistency. Add a few drops of Peppermint essential oil (or other).

Pamper yourself with this luxurious Coconut Oil Sugar Scrub Recipe! Your hands and feet will be feeling soft and smooth in no time!

Pamper yourself with this luxurious Coconut Vanilla Sugar Scrub! Your hands and feet will be feeling soft and smooth in no time! Be sure to make up an extra batch to give as a Gift in a Jar, too!

DIY: Lavender Mint Foot Scrub

DIY Lavender Mint Foot Scrub

DIY Lavender Mint Foot Scrub Ingredients: 1 c. epsom salt c. almond oil (you can also use grapeseed or jojoba) 1 Tbsp.

Summertime feet.  They're supposed to be pretty and sandal-ready but sometimes they just aren't.  Perhaps you've tried pedicures, pumice stones, or foot balms to care for them...but have you ever tried a foot soak?  I didn't think much of foot soaks until I indulged in one for the very first time a few weeks ago, after my feet were totally spent from having moved into a new place.  A bucket of hot water and some salts might not seem like a big deal, but when your feet are sore and aching…

They're supposed to be pretty and sandal-ready but sometimes they just aren't. Perhaps you've tried pedicures, pumice stones, or foot balms t

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