Rich in nerve endings, the feet play an essential role for our physical and mental balance. Taking care of it regularly through foot baths, as our grandmothers already advised, can be particularly effective in getting back in shape.
Depending on the temperature of the water and the ingredients used, it is possible to target specific ailments. A cold water foot bath will have toning properties, especially for blood circulation, while a hot water foot bath will relax and help remove dead skin from damaged feet.
Then, if you want to detoxify your body, you will rely on ingredients that attract toxins such as salts and clay, if you want to relax, it will suffice to add lavender to the relaxing effects and if you want to hydrate your feet, a little olive oil or argan oil will be effective.
° 2 to 3 drops of essential oil of peppermint
° 1 large handful of Epsom salt
° The juice of a lemon
° 1 tablespoon of mint tea
° 1 tablespoon of olive oil
° 1 large basin of hot water
Add the tea, salt and lemon juice to the basin of hot water. Mixing well, and add essential oil and blend again. You can add olive oil for the last ten minutes of the foot bath to hydrate them.
- Use :
Just put your feet in the basin and use a pumice stone to remove the dead cells. Using this foot bath about twenty to 3 min 2 a week before going to lair . You will enjoy a moment relaxation, blended with benefits of ingredients.