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4 Baths for Feet to Keep Them Soft


Soft and beautiful feet are synonymous with beauty and well-being. However, due to carelessness, they may look dry and cracked.

Sudden changes in weather, hormonal fluctuation, and lack of care can be reflected in the state of the feet.

Although a regular pedicure(feet bath) can help keep feet nice and smooth, regular bath preparation can be very beneficial.Not only does it allow the dead cells to come off, but it also favors the relaxation of muscles when tired.

4 Baths to soften your Feet that you will Like to Try

Taking advantage of the properties of a series of ingredients of natural origin, we can prepare baths to soften and beautify the feet. Its application is ideal for relieving them from the pain of a hefty day or to keep their skin free of dead cells.

1. Feet Bath with vinegar and Almond Oil

Adding a little apple cider vinegar and almond oil to the foot bath water can have important benefits. Firstly, vinegar helps to inhibit the growth of fungi and bacteria, preventing infections.

On the other hand, almond oil has a moisturizing effect that allows it to combat dryness in this area, according to this study carried out by Salisbury General Hospital (United Kingdom). Also, together, both help detach the dead cells to leave the feet with a renewed appearance.

½(half) cup apple cider vinegar (125 ml)
4 cups of hot water (1 liter)
2 tablespoons of almond oil (30 ml)

To start, dilute the apple cider vinegar in the liter of hot water.
Subsequently, add the almond oil and mix.

How to use
Dip your feet in preparation for 15 or 20 minutes.
Repeat its use 2 times a week.

2. Feet Bath with Sea-Salt, Baking-Soda, and Lavender oil

In addition to softening the skin on the feet, this bath is very relaxing and revitalizing. Its application 3 times a week reduces the sensation of tension in the feet and improves circulation. This is due to the anti-inflammatory action of lavender, according to this study carried out by the Maringá State University (Brazil).

4 tablespoons of sea salt (60 g)
6 tablespoons of baking soda (90 g)
10 drops of lavender essential oil
6 cups of water (liter and a half)

First, heat the cups of water.
When they are at a temperature that is bearable for the skin, pour it into a basin and add the salt, baking soda, and oil.

How to use
Soak your feet in the liquid for 20 minutes.

3. Baths to Soften Feet with Clay

Clay has been used in natural cosmetics, according to this study from the Shiraz University (Iran), due to its properties to improve skin health. In this particular case, it helps to remove calluses and reduces the presence of dead cells. In addition, its nutrients penetrate the skin and leave it looking healthy.

6 tablespoons of English salt (90 g)
6 cups hot water (liter and a half)
1 teaspoon of St. Johns wort oil (7 ml)
½(half) cup of cosmetic clay (100 g)

First, pour the English salt into a basin of hot water.
Subsequently, it incorporates St. John’s wort oil and cosmetic clay.

How to use
After mixing the ingredients, dip your feet for 20 minutes.
You can repeat the treatment thrice (3) times a week.

4. Feet Bath with Ginger and Hydrogen Peroxide

The last recommended among these therapeutic foot baths is the one made with ginger (which has anti-inflammatory properties, according to this study by the Isfahan University (Iran) and hydrogen peroxide. Its formula allows reducing inflammation and pain in case of tension or overexertion, in addition to eliminating roughness and excess dryness.

2 tablespoons of ground ginger (40 g)
6 tablespoons of hydrogen peroxide (90 ml)
6 cups of water (liter and a half)

First, heat the cups of water to a bearable temperature for your feet.
Then pour it into a tub or basin.
Then add the ginger and hydrogen peroxide.

How to use
Soak your feet for 15-20 minutes.
After this time, dry them well and rest.
Do the remedy 2 or 3 times a week, before going to bed.



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