5 Homemade Foot Soak Recipes for Tired Feet

 

5 Homemade Foot Soak Recipes for Tired Feet -  Homemade foot soak recipes use all natural ingredients that are beneficial for your feet.  Here are 5 recipes for foot baths that you can try making at home to help keep your feet healthy and clean.
Relax with some of the easiest homemade foot soak treatments. Here’s how.

 

Herbal facials for the face, visits to the hairstylists for hair treatments, steam baths and toning exercises to stay fit are but a few different things we indulge in to look good and appealing.

 

However, have we ever thought of our feet, the part of our body that work hard to support and transport our entire body to different places? Not many of us do, and that is as good as a fact.

 

It is very important for us to keep our feet clean and healthy since the dust it is exposed to can lead to infections and many other skin complications. One way of keeping the feet clean and healthy is by providing them with a foot bath. If you spend a lot of time on your feet, consider a foot soak recipe that will help soothe and relax tired, aching muscles and sore feet.

 

Some of the revitalizing homemade foot soak recipes are what will provide ideal care for your feet. Foot bath recipes use all natural ingredients that are beneficial for your feet.  Here are 5 recipes for foot baths that you can try making at home to help keep your feet healthy and clean.

 

Homemade Foot Soak Recipe 1#

 

This lavender salt foot bath solution is very easy to prepare.  You boil one gallon of water. Then you add ½ cup of Epsom salt or sea salt and 5 drops of lavender oil into the water. You can now immerse your feet in the water.

 

Salt helps tired, swollen, and achy feet. A solution containing salt and water is hypertonic compared to your skin and skin cells. This means that it drains excess water out of your feet and soaks it up.

 

Lavender is not only used in relaxing bubble baths and foot massage, it is a wonderful ingredient for your feet. It smells good and provides relaxation your feet need.  You could also try sandalwood or Ylang Ylang oils, they also have a soothing effect.

 

Homemade Foot Soak Recipe 2#

 

In a basin filled with warm water, you add the following

 

1 cup of Epsom salts

1 peppermint tea bag (unopened)

1 chamomile tea bag (unopened)

 

Soak your feet for about thirty minutes. Not only will your feet feel relaxed and refreshed, peppermint acts as a natural deodorant.

 

Epsom salts has many uses, as an all body exfoliate to remove dead skin cells and promote circulation, as a foot soaking agent to smooth, relax and refreshes your feet and neutralize odors.

 

 

Homemade Foot Soak Recipe 3#

 

To create this wonderful foaming honey foot bath at home you need:

 

1 tablespoon Honey

1 tablespoon Liquid Soap (I used dish soap)

1 teaspoon Vanilla Extract

2 tablespoons Sweet Almond Oil

 

Mix all these ingredients together in a bowl and its ready for your foot bath. Note: If you want to make this stuff in a large quantity to save for later, you can bump up all the ingredients to something like this:

 

1 cup Honey

1 cup Liquid Soap (I used dish soap)

1 tablespoon Vanilla Extract

1 cup Sweet Almond Oil

 

Homemade Foot Soak Recipe 4#

 

For this recipe, you need 4 Drops of Chamomile oil, 3 Drops of Lavender oil, 3 Tablespoons of Dead Sea salt and 1 Gallon of warm water.

 

The water should be at a temperature that is suitable to you, a temperature you find acceptable and warm enough to soothe.

 

The Chamomile oil is naturally calming, it is used to relieve dry skin, it is also known to reduce nervous tension, anxiety and headaches.

 

The Lavender oil is a calming and soothing anti-depressant, it has anti-fungal qualities which acts against Athletes foot, and is good for foot strains, sprains and muscle tension.

 

The Dead Sea salt is rather a special salt, up to ten times more concentrated than other salts; it is loaded with minerals like magnesium, calcium, potassium, bromine, sulphur and others. They clean, moisturize, soothe, nourish, and stimulate cell replenishment.

 

Aromatic Dead Sea Salts heal cuts and are recommended for such skin conditions as: Eczema, Psoriasis treatment, Scaly skin, Allergic irritations, Seborrhoea, and Skin rashes.  Dead Sea salts can be used to relieve swollen feet and treat

 

Homemade Foot Soak Recipe 5#

 

To prepare this tea tree oil foot soak, you need 1/2 cup Epsom salts, 5 drops peppermint extract, 3 drops tea tree oil and 3 drops lavender oil. You add all these ingredients into 1 galloon of warm water.

 

Tea tree oil is one of the best ingredients to use in order to fight fungal infections such as athlete’s foot home remedy.

 

Topically, peppermint extract is an analgesic and can relieve skin conditions. It soothes skin irritations from hives, poison ivy and poison oak. Much of this effect is due to the numbing properties of peppermint extract’s primary ingredient, menthol.

 

Click HERE also to watch a video of the preparation of a homemade foot soak recipe using ginger.

 

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