I walk around barefoot a lot and my feet really show it. I love to use this Peppermint Foot Scrub after summer to refresh my feet and remove any dried skin on my heels and all over my feet. It’s also great in the winter when the cold weather leaves my whole body needing a moisture lift.
This 4 Ingredient Peppermint Foot Scrub moisturizes, soothes, and refreshes your feet (and hands!)
A Peppermint Foot Scrub is one of the first DIY beauty recipes I ever tried. It’s super easy, fast, and a great gift for friends or loved ones!
An added bonus about this spa treatment is that I absolutely LOVE the way my hands feel when I’m finished. It’s like a two-in-one hand and foot conditioning treatment. You’ll really notice the silkiness left behind after rinsing.
The avocado oil I used in this recipe is a well-known emollient. The oil comes from the pit of the avocado fruit, and it’s rich in vitamins and perfect for deeply moisturizing dry skin. Learn more about our favorite carrier oils for bath and beauty uses.
If you’re gifting this item then it’s so cute to use a chalkboard lid that you can write on the label. I found this jar at the Target dollar spot. That’s right, $1! Then I just added a scrap piece of lace and the gift is perfectly homemade with love!
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Peppermint Foot Scrub
- 1/4 cup granulated sugar
- 1/4 cup baking soda
- 1/4 cup avocado oil (apricot oil is a great substitute)
- 10 drops peppermint essential oil
- 6 oz. glass jar
- Combine all ingredients in a glass or porcelain bowl. Stir to combine.
- For personal use: add mixture to a 6 oz. glass jar.
- For gifting: add mixture to a decorative canning jar. Label and tie with lace.
- Your Peppermint Foot Scrub is ready for gifting or enjoying!
- Makes 3/4 of a cup of foot scrub.
- Over a basin or in a tub, apply foot scrub to your heel and rub to gently scrub away dry skin.
- This scrub is also good for scrubbing around your toes and all over your foot for extra cleaning and moisturizing. Rinse well.
- Use caution to clean the tub when you’re finished because the oil in this recipe is very slippery.
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