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Feet are funny. Most people either love them or hate them. There seems to be in between. For example, I love to get foot massages, but my best friend, Melissa, thinks they are disgusting. She is always asking, “Why would anyone want to touch someone else’s foot? Or have someone’s foot touch them?” Ever since I discovered her repulsion of feet, I have tried to be a good and faithful friend and secretly touch her with my feet every time she isn’t looking. Ha, ha!
But… I can understand where her disdain for feet comes from. They really take a beating! We walk on them all day. They get tired and sweaty; the skin becomes rough and cracked. So yes, if feet aren’t cared for, they can become kind of gross. And many of us hibernate our feet, neglecting them all winter, and then suddenly decide to try and get them in tip top condition for the spring and summer months. If that sounds like you, then you could really benefit from making some of the foot scrubs listed below. Not only will they remove dry skin cells, revealing smoother softer skin underneath, but they will all cost you less than a store-bought foot scrub. And they’ll definitely be cheaper than a professional pedicure!
Lemon and Sugar Organic Foot Scrub
This scrub is sooooo easy and affordable to make; you probably have all of the ingredients in your kitchen right now. Just remember that with a scrub this fresh that you’ll want to store it in your fridge and use it up in about two weeks.
From We Are Thought.
Tea Tree and Mint Homemade Foot Scrub
If you suffer from not just rough feet but stinky feet as well, then you’ll definitely want to use this scrub. The peppermint essential oil will make your feet smell fresh and lovely while the tea tree oil’s antibacterial properties will keep odor-causing bacteria from returning.
From Salt & Ritual.
Homemade Peppermint Foot Scrub
Yes, this scrub has peppermint too, but it’s completely unlike the one listed above. This one uses salt as the exfoliant so it’s like scrubbing your feet with a mojito! Yum!
From The Chic Site.
Banana Coffee Foot Soak & Scrub
Just like the lemon and sugar scrub above, you probably have all of the ingredients to make this scrub lying around your kitchen. The coffee granules will loosen dry skin, but be sure to work the scrub up your legs as well. The caffeine in the coffee grounds will help to tone your legs!
From Hello Glow.
Lemongrass and Chamomile Foot Scrub
The Epsom salts in the scrub help to detoxify the skin, the chamomile soothes, and the coconut oil moisturizes. In other words, this scrub does it all! So if you are looking for a foot scrub that will let you skip the lotion afterward, this one is for you!
From A Cultivated Nest.
A Word About Curated Posts
The above is a curated post. Some people call them round-ups, but I like the phrase “curated post” a lot better because I have spent hours putting each of these lists together. I have been a Pinterest junkie for years, and I am always looking for the newest or best or most interesting DIY project out there. Finding these items, testing them, and then using them on a daily basis is so much fun AND, I have discovered, helps save me money.
So if you enjoyed this post, here are some others that you might like:
All-Natural Beauty DIYs
All Natural Personal Care DIYs
Healthy Living DIYs
And now I want to hear from you! Which foot scrub is your favorite? Let me know in the comments down below.
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