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15 DIY Ways to Pamper Your Feet

If you’re anything like us, then your skin really feels the effects of winter. Each year, different parts of our body start to feel dry and cracked and this is actually the worst time of year for it! Our elbows get dry, our knees get itchy, and perhaps worst of all, our feet dry out and feel uncomfortable all day while we’re at work. There are plenty of lotions and scrubs that you can buy at the store, but with skin sensitivities comes the need for natural remedies that are better made at home.

Check out these 15 super effective and awesome smelling recipes for natural homemade skin remedies that are perfect for taking care of your feet for the next couple months until spring finally comes!

1. Tea tree and mint foot scrub

Tea tree and mint foot scrub

This foot scrub by Salt and Ritual if the perfect bath time remedy because tea tree oil is antibacterial to promote healing and mint is cooling and relaxing. You’ll need:

  • Carrier oil
  • Black lava salt
  • Tea tree essential oil
  • Peppermint essential oil

2. Brown sugar foot scrub

Brown sugar foot scrub

Do you love the idea of making your own foot scrub but you’re not keen on strong minty smells? Try making this subtler brown sugar version from The A & B Stories instead! You’ll need:

  • Brown sugar
  • Baking soda
  • Olive oil

3. Homemade rosemary and peppermint foot scrub

Homemade rosemary and peppermint foot scrub

Perhaps you didn’t mind the peppermint idea but you’re looking for a more accessible ingredient for the “scrub” part than black lave sale? Try this rosemary peppermint scrub by The Small Things Blog! You’ll need:

  • 1/4 cup of kosher salt
  • 1 tbsp of table salt
  • 1 tsp of coconut oil
  • 2 tbsp of olive oil
  • 3 drops of peppermint oil
  • 1/2 tsp of rosemary

4. Camphor and eucalyptus honey foot soak

Camphor and eucalyptus honey foot soak

Have you already found a foot scrub you love but now you need a moisture filled soak to follow it with? Then Honey.com has the answer! You’ll need: