Learn how to make peppermint rosemary foot spray to fight stinky feet and bad bacteria!
What Is A Foot Spray?
A foot spray is an ingenious way to tackle a number of ails that plague our feet, notably foot odor. While you may look into commercially available foot sprays to serve the purpose, please consider making your own homemade spray. You could avoid plenty of toxic chemicals if you choose to go the DIY route.
Stinky feet are not the only problems that a foot spray can help to solve. Other benefits of a foot spray include:
- Refreshing feet that have been in shoes or sneakers all day
- Fighting fungal infections
- Keeping down bacteria overgrowth
- Cooling down overly heated feet
- Helping to promote peaceful sleep
How to Make Peppermint Rosemary Foot Spray
Making your own DIY foot spray couldn’t get any easier than this! This foot spray is splendid for refreshing your feet, fighting bad odor AND for promoting good sleep!
- Peppermint essential oil provides a cooling sensation and refreshes your feet. It also fights unpleasant smells. It is naturally anti-bacterial and anti-fungal, helping keep foot infections at bay.
- Rosemary essential oil has been used for centuries to sharpen the memory and to promote peaceful sleep. Applied on the feet, it can help relax the mind and calm insomnia.
Let’s look at how you can prepare this easy formulation to freshen funky feet!
What you need:
- A glass bowl
- A spray bottle
- A funnel
- ¼ cup of lavender hydrosol or rose water
- ¼ cup of witch hazel
- 6 drops of peppermint oil
- 6 drops of lavender oil
- In your glass bowl, begin by emulsifying the essential oil to create a seamless spray. Pour in the witch hazel and drop in the essential oils. Now stir them carefully with the back of a spoon to emulsify them.
- Using a funnel, carefully pour in the witch hazel – essential oil mixture into your spray bottle.
- Now pour in the lavender hydrosol (or rose water, whichever you are using today).
- Securely screw on the lid and shake the bottle to mix the contents.
- To use, simply spray onto your feet about 2 – 3 pumps.
- Be sure to allow the spray to dry completely before putting on your socks and shoes!
I hope this useful guide taught you how to make peppermint rosemary spray at home!