Minty Foot Soak is a great start to the minty foot regime.
How to use Minty Foot Soak
Draw a bowl of warm water, put your feet in the bowl and then drop the foot soak in so that your feet experience the fizzing and cooling, soothing effects.
Your feet will be in warm water but the peppermint and eucalyptus contained within will make your feet feel cool! Once the epsom salts dissolve in the warm water your feet will absorb all the magnesium goodness.
Soak your feet for about 15 minutes – or until the water cools down.
If you’re up for a proper foot pamper you could use some minty, scrubby foot mask on your dry but still warm feet. Allow the mask to dry then wet your feet and massage the pumice into your feet, paying attention to any dry, hard skin. Rinse away to reveal soft, silky feet. Then finish with a dab of minty foot cream or a slick of minty foot balm.
For daily maintenance use the minty, scrubby foot soap every morning in the shower to keep hard skin at bay.
The epsom salts in minty foot soak deliver a magnesium rich boost that helps to relieve tired feet but magnesium can also help with things like restless leg syndrome and could also help you sleep better!
Minty foot soak is fragrance with pure essential oils of spearmint to refresh, peppermint to revive and eucalyptus to invigorate.
As with all bath and foot products, beware of slips and trips.
Bicarbonate of soda, epsom salts (magnesium sulfate), citric acid, bentonite clay, french green clay (argilez), apricot kernel oil (prunus armeniaca), spearmint oil (mentha spicata), peppermint oil (mentha pipera), eucalyptus oil (eucalyptus globulus).