At my spa we love natural products and have developed some really great pedicures as well as facial treatment. Our clients love this, they constantly refer new people to us and they constantly want some of these treatments to use at home.
We decided to package up some of our treatment recipes and sell them. We make a nice extra income from our homemade natural remedies. Here's some of our top recipes for foot care.
Moisturizing Foot Salve
½ cup organic Sweet Almond Oil
½ cuporganic Jojoba Oil
20 dropsorganic Lemongrass essential oil
10 drops organic Tea Tree essential oil
10 drops Bergamot Mint essential oil
Optional: organic Roman Chamomile essential oil, organic Lemon Balm essential oil
In a Pyrex bowl or 4-cup measuring cup, add oils and beeswax. Heat over boiling water until melted and combined. Remove from heat and stir in essential oils. Pour intotins or jars. This recipe makes 10 ounces of salve, enough to fill two 4-ounce tins and one 2-ounce tin. Let cool until solid (this will only take an hour or so.)
I like to put on cotton socks after slathering my feet with this salve and it doesn’t have to be used only after a foot soak. Rubbing it on your feet in the morning after a shower or prior to going to bed are both great ways to add moisture to overworked feet on a daily basis. Feel free to try different oil combinations or essential oils to suit your personal likes and needs.
Soothing Foot Powder
¼ cup French Green or White Cosmetic Clay
¼ cup Baking Soda
¼ cup Arrowroot Powder or cornstarch
¼ cupMarshmallow Root Powder
10 drops organic Peppermint essential oil
10 drops organic Eucalyptus essential oil
Combine all ingredients well and put into apowder container (or keep in a box or tin and use a brush or powder puff.) Sprinkle on feet or in shoes to absorb moisture and soothe hard-working feet.
we get almost all supplies including our packaging atRose Mountain Herbs if you want to try these recipes you'll find all the stuff you need here on my affiliate link below. Check it out! and THANKS!