If your feet and heels are dry and cracked like mine used to be, you’re going to love these tutorials showing how to exfoliate feet by making a DIY foot scrub and enjoying a soothing foot soak in the comfort of your own home! I’ve learned that you should never use a foot tool (like a foot file, foot scraper, or pumice stone for feet) because they’re too abrasive and don’t allow fresh, new, baby soft skin to grow — so the skin on your feet will just keep getting thicker and rougher!
Corns on the feet are a common problem affecting people of all ages. They are most common in women, especially those who wear improperly fitted shoes. Here are 3 natural foot corn treatments that work!
The use of natural foot odor remedies is one of the most effective and least toxic ways to get rid of that unpleasant smell. Here are a few home remedies for foot odor.
If your feet tend to be dry or rough, a moisturizing soak, careful heel filing, and this overnight hydrating treatment can work wonders as a DIY home remedy for dry feet.
The secret for REALLY smelly foot odor is to simply dry out the feet. One of the best ways to do that is to soak your feet in tea. Here’s the scoop…
Got itchy, burning feet? Here’s an aromatherapy recipe for a foot soak that will help put an end to your athlete’s foot problem.
Here’s an aromatherapy recipe for a foot soak that will help you get rid of your headache…
Here are some recommendations from a book by Valerie Gennari Cooksley, a certified aromatherapist and author, regarding aromatherapy and the feet. Her book is called ‘Aromatherapy: A Lifetime Guide To Healing With Essential Oils’ and I highly recommend it!