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    • #235227
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      Foot Scrub (For rough, dry, calloused, or weary feet)

      Leaves feet feeling soft, smooth, tingly, and the body refreshed.

      1/4 cup (59 ml) ground oatmeal
      1/4 cup (59 ml) cornmeal
      1 tablespoon (15 ml) sea or table salt
      Essential oil of lemon or peppermint
      Moisturizing cream or lotion
      Spring or tap water

      Mix with: spoon and small bowl

      Combine the dry ingredients with enough water to form a creamy, gritty
      paste. Add a few drops of essential oil and stir again. Sit on the edge
      of the bathtub or bench in the shower and massage feet with mixture.
      Really scrub all those rough areas and between toes.

      Rinse and dry.
      Apply a thick moisturizing cream mixed with a few drops of either
      essential oil.

      Store in: A large batch of the dry mix could be made, stored in a
      zip-seal bag, low tub/jar, or tin and kept in the bathroom.

      Yields 1 treatment.

      Note: Make sure to clean the bathtub after this procedure as the scrub
      could clog the drain.

    • #410746

      spa at home recipes,got to love them

    • #443847

      That’s really a great tip, saving lot on money and going spa at home is really an affordable choice to go for and you do get all these products at Amazon.com.

    • #443870

      Mt husband has a really heavy duty callus on his heal. Anyone have any suggestion on it removal?

    • #446620

      a great and cheap foot soak….medium tote, so your ankles soak too, warm water with baking soda and powdered milk. also alot of marbles on the bottom and roll your feet on them, just make sure theres no broke ones,lol. im diabetic and this helps me.

    • #450062

      Calluses can be a major problem but there is a soak that you can do that helps loosen that dead skin. It is simply 1/4 cup listerine, 1/4 cup vinegar and 1/2 cup water. It does not make much so you might have to use the smallest container the foot fits in.

      I had surgery and it left ugly dead skin on my foot. So I doubled the amount and it was a bit too strong but it sure peeled off the dead skin after soaking for 15 minutes or so. A good rough towel will help roll the dead skin off.

      Then make sure you moisturize. If the callus is really thick you may need to use a pumice stone on it. Please be careful and do not go too deep and hit the soft skin.

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