5 Tips to make Your Own Foot Spa


Your feet play a major role in maintaining a good attitude. You can wear high heel or narrow shoes to look good, but your feet suffer from this habit. After walking or walking you can take care of your feet. And a good foot spa is a great way to achieve this goal. A foot bath will relax your feet and keep them in good condition. Follow the tips to make your own foot bath.

1. Get a bowl of warm water

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In the bowl you must give some oil of your choice and then mix. If you want to revive your feet, peppermint oil is an ideal choice. The milk and almond sauce can soften your feet. Remember: To take advantage of this treatment, we recommend that you clean your feet.

2. Dive your feet

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Now you have to put your feet in the bowl for at least 5 minutes. But if you put milk or almond oil into the bowl, make sure you do your feet for 15 minutes.

3. Use a soft towel

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Once your feet are wet, use a soft towel to dry them. If the bottom of the feet is not soft, you can try a manual roughing with a rough surface. Pay particular attention to areas of flakes, tears and warts on the feet during the massage.

4. Use a body lotion

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You can buy your favorite body lotion or moisturizer to use it on your feet. After using the lotion on your feet they will smell sweet. If you want to paint your nails, remove the lotion with a good wool remover. If this is not the case, the lotion nail polish will interfere.

5. Paint your toenails

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After following the steps above, your last step is to paint the nails. After applying the first Polish layer, apply a different layer that dries faster. Make sure your feet are completely dry before doing any kind of nail.

Take away

So if you're looking for your own foot spa, we recommend following this guide and follow the steps.
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