Refreshing Foot Soak DIY

Treat yourself to a nice foot bath, your feet will thank you for that!

This refreshing foot soak works as a great prevention from feet fungus or recurring feet fungus, and is a good method to make sure you have healthy and smooth feet.

Relaxes your feet and takes away swelling. Especially nice to use after a long day on your feet.  

Ingredients for a baby food jar:

Epsom Salt – 2 TBSP

Baking Soda – 1 TBSP

Green Tea Leaves (no limit!)


Tea Tree Essential Oil – 15 drops

Peppermint Essential Oil – 5 drops

Carrier Oil – 1/2 tsp

Ingredients for a quart jar: 

Epsom Salt – 2 cup

Baking Soda – 1 cup

Green Tea Leaves (no limit!)


Tea Tree Essential Oil – 60 drops

Peppermint Essential Oil – 30 drops

Carrier Oil – 4 tsp


Put Epsom salt and baking soda in a jar and shake to mix it. Dilute essential oils in a carrier oil and pour it into the mix. Add green tea leaves to the mixture last. Shake the jar well. Distribute into little (baby food) jars or a quart jar. Store in a cool, dark place for up to a year. 


Epsom Salt – is a mineral compound of magnesium and sulfate, it can ease pain related to inflammation in feet, promotes healing, eases pain from gout, eliminates odor and treats fungal infections, exfoliates skin and even removes splinters.

Baking Soda – natural deodorizer, helps with tired, achy feet.

Green Tea Leaves – anti-fungal and owns antibacterial properties, reduces swelling of feet.

Tea Tree Essential Oil – has strong anti fungal properties.

Peppermint Essential Oil – increases circulation and promotes new cell growth; the cooling effect also helps keep your feet feeling and smelling fresh all day.

Carrier Oil – softens skin and prevents irritation that could happen from direct contact of essential oils touching your skin directly when in water.

Options for carrier oils are:

-Sweet Almond Oil

-Coconut Oil-liquid form

-Olive Oil

Foot soak that relaxes your feet and prevents and/or treats feet fungus.

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