Citrus Mint Sea Salt Foot Scrub
Since it’s sandal climate, I’ve been in reality seeking to highest the artwork of the DIY pedicure, so whipping up a foot scrub gave the impression completely vital. The scrub is more or less the most productive a part of the entire pedicure, proper? Actually, that’s almost definitely a sizzling debate. 😉
This recipe is made with each sea salt and Epsom salt (nice for drained toes), and has an energizing mix of grapefruit, peppermint and a bit trace of rosemary crucial oils. I used candy almond oil to offer it much more softening energy, however you should exchange any service oil like coconut, olive, or rosehip—it is a tremendous simple mission to customise in keeping with your favourite components!
First, combine your sea and Epsom salts in combination in a medium bowl. I really like having a mixture of granule sizes, so I used high-quality sea salt for this actual scrub. The Epsom salt is a bit more coarse, so it’s were given some great textural steadiness.
Next, combine your candy almond oil together with your crucial oils in a small bowl. After that, upload your rainy components for your salts and blend in combination completely. If the scrub is just too crumbly on your liking, upload extra candy almond oil by way of the part tablespoon till you get it to the easiest texture.
Last, pop it in a jar (this shall be just right for a couple of months if saved correctly—I like those jars) and also you’re just right to move! I’m making plans on giving this as a present, so I added a bit tulle bow and a label.
To use, I like exfoliating with this scrub on a pumice stone for the most productive smoothing and softening effects.