Smooth Feet

Smooth Feet

Smooth feet

The only thing that looks better than a lovely pair of high heal shoes to compliment your outfit, is if you wear your lovely shoes on beautiful smooth feet. I can assure you, smooth feet doesn’t happen by themselves. You have to put in some effort to have those smooth feet that will look so beautiful in that lovely pair of sandals.

How to make sure that you have smooth feet all year round

Foot soak:

To treat yourself by incorporating into your beauty regime, a foot soak once or twice a week. That would be a good way to relax and to ease the pressures off your feet. It’s quite simple and a great way to take time out for yourself and to pamper those feet that quite often get forgotten.

Depending on the type of ailment you’re suffering from, whether it be dry or cracked skin for example, finding the correct products to use, should help significantly to soothe your feet. You should be careful what you use as some ingredients such as vinegar can dry out the skin. Make sure commercial products work on your skin by applying a bit on your skin, before making the investment.

Perhaps you may want to try some natural remedies for your foot bath. Below are a few ideas:

Smooth Feet

SEA SALT FOOT BATH – beneficial for the reduction in swelling

Warm water – enough to cover your feet

½ cup sea/Epsom salts

(You can add your favorite body wash for a more soapy effect)

Allow the salt to dissolve and ease your feet into the water. It may be a good time while you’re relaxing, to read a book or a magazine.


ESSENTIAL OIL FOOT BATH – doTerra has developed an amazing array of oils that can be added to any foot bath. The emotional benefits in using eucalyptus oil can leave you with the feeling of  “being healed”. Peppermint oil is a great oil in addressing some pain and heaviness. They should be used in small doses but the benefits can be wonderful.

Warm water – enough to cover feet

4 drops peppermint oil

2 drops eucalyptus oil


According to doTerra, the list of oils and their benefits are many. The list below are just to name a few that you can add to any bath, to suit yourself.


Bergamot – Low self-esteem,                                    Lime – Apathy

Cedarwood – Loneliness                                            Melaleuca – Toxicity

Cinnamon – Fear                                                      Patchouli – Tension in the body

Clove – Controlled by others, defeated                      Peppermint – Pain, depression

Cypress – Stuck                                                        Tangerine – Lack of fun or joy in life

Eucalyptus – For illness                                             Wild Orange – Low in energy

Grapefruit – Anxiety over appearance                        Ylang Ylang – Grief, Sadness

Lemon – Fatigue






RELAXING MILK FOOT BATH – mix all ingredients, to create an exotic cocktail for your feet


½ cup milk

½ cup water

2 tablespoons of olive oil

4 drops patchouli oil (or any oil you choose)

2 tablespoons of honey

Heat the water till it is warm enough to put your feet into. Add the milk and other ingredients. Place your feet in slowly and sit for 15 minutes or so to allow the ingredients to do their work. Your feet should feel soft and relaxed. Dry with a towel and moisturize with a good moisturizer.



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