October 3, 2014
It is time to kick off your Winter shoes and socks and bring out your sandals and open-toed shoes. That means, you need to get your feet back into shape, soft and smooth – heel cracks be gone! This fabulously rich balm will soothe and smooth those cracked,dry heels in no time. Put it on at the end of the day and let it get to work. This DIY foot balm is incredibly rich. It is the ultimate foot pamper. The ingredients individually are gloriously indulgent and lovely on the skin, in combination they are unbeatable! Your feet will never want to be without this balm.
This is a simple recipe to make and is one to keep in mind for Christmas gifts as it is equally useful for males or females.
The table below provides a summary of the ingredient properties
|Almond Oil||Suitable for all skin types especially dry skin, after sun care. It is rich in protein|
|Apricot Kernal Oil||Skin inflammation, dry skin, sensitive skin|
|Avocado Oil||Well absorbed, non greasy, regenerative|
|Cocoa Butter||Softening and soothing, protective, quick absorption. Resistant to becoming rancid|
|Shea Butter||Softening, healing, natural sun screen, prevention of dry skin, Vitamin E|
|Lemongrass Essential Oil||Cleansing, tonic, refreshing|
|Orange Essential Oil||Dry skin, rough skin and calloused skin, aids poor circulation|
|Rosemary Essential Oil||Healing, aids circulation, antiseptic|
This recipe includes naturally sourced ingredients, however, it is still possible for one or more ingredients to be unsuitable for some people. If you experience any reaction or discomfort (as with any product, or food) you should discontinue use immediately.
If you have a health condition (including pregnancy) do not use essential oils without consulting a qualified therapist. Essential oils are highly concentrated, at approximately 70 times stronger than the plant that they came from. They should only be used as directed, or upon the advice of a trained practitioner. Essential oils must be stored out of reach of children. This recipe is provided for educational purposes. It should not be considered as health advice.
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