Tuesday, April 2, 2013

How To Make A Cooling Peppermint Foot Mist...

This homemade peppermint foot mist revives and revitalizes tired, hot feet while also cooling and deodorizing. Today's recipe comes to us via (http://www.freshpickedbeauty.com)

Cooling Peppermint Foot Mist
1/4 teaspoon corn starch
30 drops Tea Tree Essential Oil
50 drops Peppermint Essential Oil
10 ml Aloe Vera Gel
15 ml Witch Hazel Extract

Pour the cornstarch into a small 1 ounce spray bottle.

Add the essential oils to the cornstarch in the bottle.

Add in the Aloe Vera Gel and Witch Hazel Extract. Shake well.**For extra cooling, store in the fridge.

Make a crafty little label for your bottle. To Use: Simply mist on tired feet and legs.

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