Simple & ALL NATURAL Peppermint Foot Scrub Recipe

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Simple & ALL NATURAL Peppermint Foot Scrub Recipe

For sandal worthy feet this summer – Try this Recipe for All natural, Luxurious PEPPERMINT FOOT SCRUB

This scrub is absolutely the BEST! It exfoliates and removes dead skin and calluses while coconut oil nourishes, moisturizes and softens the skin. Peppermint oil improves circulation, deodorizes and disinfects, while castile soap helps remove dirt and any extra oil residue.

What you will need:

All the necessary ingredients, which you can find at - Penny Lane Organics
All the necessary ingredients, which you can find at PennyLaneOrganics.com

270 g Epsom salt (coarse)
60 g Pumice (fine powder)
60 g Fractionated Coconut oil (this is a liquid coconut oil)
10 g Fine castile soap (I like using Penny Lane Organics Rosemary Mint liquid/castile soap)
20 g Peppermint essential oil
2 Wide mouth jars
Mixing bowl
Fork
Scale

This will make 2 x 200 g  jars of foot scrub so you can give one as a gift and keep one for yourself.

 

Measure Epsom salt and fine Pumice and place them into the mixing bowl.

Mix them thoroughly with a fork.

Mixing Epsom Salt and Fine Pumice in a bowl or pot.
Mixing Epsom Salt and Fine Pumice together in a bowl or pot.

Then add fractionated coconut oil

Add Coconut Oil to the mix.
Adding Fractionated Coconut Oil to the mix.

Then add the Castile soap

Adding Castile Soap to the mix.
Adding Castile Soap to the mix.

and pure Peppermint essential oil

Adding Pure Peppermint Essential Oil
Adding Pure Peppermint Essential Oil

Mix well until all ingredients are properly blended.

Once everything is mixed thoroughly, you can fill the jars with your brand new, exfoliating foot scrub!

Filling The Jars with your new Luxurious Peppermint Foot Scrub
Filling The Jars with your new Luxurious Peppermint Foot Scrub

The reason we like using Fractionated coconut oil (FCO) is that it has a very long shelf life and it won’t go rancid like other oils. If you can’t get Fractionated coconut oil, you can substitute with almond or grapeseed; but make sure you keep your scrub in the fridge and that you use it up in 2-3 months.

To use the scrub, simply wet your feet, take a small amount of Peppermint Foot Scrub mix into the palm of your hand and gently massage and scrub your feet.

We hope that you will fall in love with this scrub  Let us know how it worked for you and how you liked it.


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