DIY Footscrub right in your kitchen

 Enjoy a DIY footscrub in the comfort of your own home

Enjoy a DIY footscrub in the comfort of your own home

It's easy to neglect your feet in the monsoons, so we scoured the earth to find you a delectable foot recipe that will drive any footsy blues away.

A foot scrub is one of those beauty treatments you can easily make and enjoy in the comfort of your home. Here's an easy foot scrub recipe you can whip up right in your kitchen with just 3 ingredients.

For achy feet:

-          Hot water

-          2 tablespoons vinegar

-          Epsom salt or sea salt

As a key ingredient, vinegar helps to reduce inflammation and can make tired, achy feet feel better. Fill a foot bath or large basin with hot water. Add the vinegar and mix in a handful of Epsom salt or sea salt. Soak feet for 20 minutes. Next prepare the same mixture using cool water. Soak a towel in the cool mixture, squeeze out excess and wrap it around feet for five minutes for a refreshing finish.

Repeat as many times as you like to reduce inflammation and relieve achy feet. There’s nothing like a foot soak to relax tired muscles and get you back on your feet. If you have dry feet, we recommend you use our multi-tasking Gold retinol neck oil--- the vitamin with organic coconut oil is meant for the neck but does wonders rejuvenating your feet to turn them back to their natural baby soft state”

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Protect the skin on your feet with sunscreen when you wear open-toe sandals --- nothing works better than our Umbrella UV-Protection and Light Diffusing Cream that is not only moisturising but also water resistant for up to 90 minutes in water!

Make sure the last thing you do before you hit the bed is to apply a light foot cream. And skip the socks unless you're in an air-conditioned environment. We recommend Kopari Coconut Balm, a travel-friendly, do-it-all salve that repairs, protects and hydrates dry skin.