Fabulous Feet Essential Oil Scrub DIY With Essential Oils - Plant Therapy

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Fabulous Feet Essential Oil Scrub DIY

Looking for another last-minute DIY gift perfect for the essential oil over on your list? Just whip up this quick (and great-smelling) homemade Fabulous Feet essential oil scrub and you’ve got a perfect gift for the high-heel lover on your Christmas list!

And don’t forget to check out all our awesome gift guides for everyone on your list this holiday season!

Fabulous Feet Scrub Essential Oil DIY

Plant Therapy DIY Fabulous Feet Blends DIY instructions

What you’ll need: 

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Mix both salts together and add all your oils, then blend well. Make sure to store this mixture in an airtight container!

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62 thoughts on “Fabulous Feet Essential Oil Scrub DIY”

  1. I made this but subbed pink grapefruit for orange and spearmint for peppermint. It smelt wonderful, and it made my feet feel nice.

  2. What a great idea! Thanks for the recipe! I may use less ingredients, I don’t have all of them on hand ❤️

  3. I just made this scrub last night. My daughter and I had a spa night at home! It was fun. Thank you for the recipe!

  4. My daughter and I have our thing- we rub each other’s feet at night while watching tv. My daughter loves having her feet rubbed (which is my fault, I’ve been doing that since she was preemie.) So I thought I’d make the homemade feet scrub for her- boy she was really excited and loved it! Our feet are sooo soft as if we were having pedicures done by professionally! I even made foot cream that we use it weekly. Plus it is nice having mother/daughter time- she asked to make lip balms together- which is my next project. 🙂

    1. That sounds like such a wonderful mom and daughter time! Thank you for sharing, Leah, and we are so glad we can help with recipes to do together 🙂

  5. My feet could definitely use this! Is the reason this is not KidSafe only because of the peppermint oil? Or is there another ingredient that’s not considered KidSafe too?

    1. Yes, it is only the Peppermint that is not KidSafe. Peppermint can be easily replaced with Spearmint though to make this a kid-friendly recipe 🙂

  6. Wonderful idea! I like the idea of adding in honey. I also tend to replace some of the oils with glycerin and/or aloe vera in order to reduce slipperiness in the shower.

  7. Adding this to today’s DIYs. My daughter and I are experimenting with making some scrubs and body butters with all our new oils!

  8. Is there a how to use sheet or print out to make into tags for giving? Not everyone knows how to use a foot scrub effectively.
    thank you in advance.

    1. Unfortunately, PT does not sell vitamin E, but it can be found easily at many retailers. Also, Jojoba would be a great substitute for Coconut Oil! Thank you for your questions, Lisa 🙂

    1. Sheila, contact our aromatherapists at [email protected] to discuss your particular allergy. I would hate to recommend an essential oil without knowing what it is specifically in Tea Tree that causes you to have a negative reaction 🙂

  9. I think I have everything I need to do this on hand already, and was just thinking I needed just a bit more gifting for my adult girls. They will love this, and so will I

  10. I’m gonna try this tonight excited I have all of the ingredients. I just got the sunflower oil in the mail yey

  11. This sounds awesome!! I’m pretty new to essential oils-I always buy the pre-made rollers to take the guess work out of things but I’m looking to expand into making my own roll ons and scrubs! Since I have 2 of these mystery oils coming my way, maybe this will be the first DIY I try! Thanks PT!!

  12. I just made this for a Christmas gift. It smells pretty good, even though I don’t like tea tree. And everything went beautifully, until I added the honey. It got hard and sticky and clumped. :(. I made the second batch and only used half the honey; much better! Hope the recipients like it.

  13. I have always used Pink Himalayan salt Himalayan salts is actually not from the Himalayas. It is sourced from the Khewra Salt Mine in Pakistan, about 300 miles to the west of the Himalayan Mountain Range. This salt mine is the second largest in the world, and has been a source of salt for over 2000 years. The unique pinkish hue is derived from its elements including Iron, calcium, magnesium, and potassium all of which are essential minerals that the human body needs. Himalayan salt crystals contain minerals, small enough for our body and skin to absorb, providing amazing therapeutic benefits to skin, body, and mind

  14. Perfect last minute gift for some friends. Substituting Himalayan salt with sea salt should be okay, right? I’ve got everything else in my bathroom.

  15. This sounds like a lovely gift. Summer has arrived here and a good foot scrub sounds great to get the feet looking summer-ready!

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