homemade foot soak detox bath recipeHave you ever wondered if foot detox pads or if a foot detox bath really works?  Now’s your chance to find out with these tips and homemade recipe.  After doing some online research it appears that you can actually remove toxins by using inexpensive ingredients you probably already have on hand so why spend money on expensive foot pads instead of your own diy foot soak detox bath recipe.

I ran across some all natural remedies and decided to give it a try by using my homemade foot soak recipe (see below).  Love that I can soak my footsies and quite possibly get some relief from pain in my feet.

Since I have the ingredients for this one on hand, this is the diy remedy I decided to try. I have arthritis in my feet and hoping this might ease some of the pain while I’m at it.  Let’s start the soak!

Salt Foot Soak Detox Recipe (apple cider vinegar)

If the smell of apple cider vinegar bothers you since vinegar has a strong smell, you can add one of the following or your favorite essential oil. If you want to leave it out, you can. Sea salt is alkaline and therefore helps to lower the acidity of the body even without the ACV and in the foot detox bath.

Fill a large pot with 1/4 water and bring to a boil, add both salts and baking soda. As soon as they are dissolved, remove from heat and add cold water until the water feels warm and tolerable for your feet, usually the temp that you would use when you take a bath (do not put your feet in super hot water!) Add the apple cider vinegar and essential oils to the bath. Soak feet for 30 minutes. For an all over foot detox, add to bath water and soak for 45-60 minutes.

Regular practice of a foot soak can be beneficial to those suffering from:

  • Dry skin disorders
  • Acne
  • Musculoskeletal pain and swelling
  • Eczema
  • Psoriasis
  • Arthritis pain
  • Sports injuries

Some of the internal benefits of a foot soak include:

  • Reducing levels of stress
  • Dealing with Insomnia
  • Increasing circulation
  • Expelling toxins from the body

Final note, these recipes for foot soak are great to do just before bed as they are relaxing and make falling asleep a bit easier.

 

7 Comments

  1. Jenny Merritt

    The recipe calls for baking soda but doesn’t say when to add it. Does that go in with the ACV?

  2. Tina

    You can add it in with the salts and dissolve it in the boiling water.

  3. These 2nd grade teacher toes are LOVING
    this post!!! Thank you!! Can’t wait to try this over Thanksgiving break!

  4. Rhonda S.

    Trying this out as we speak! WARNING— add the baking soda SLOWLY. It boiled out of my pot and all over the stove. 😅

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