One of the perks of being a work at home mom is that I have all but forgotten how badly it hurts to be on my feet in heels all day. When I was teaching, my toes would ache by the end of the school day. If you are looking for some relief for your achin’ dogs, make a batch of these peppermint foot soak bombs!
The fizzing action of the pellets will feel great on your tootsies, and the smell of the peppermint oil will help you unwind after a long day. The Epsom salt will soothe your aches, and the corn starch makes the water feel silky and smooth (much like conditioner does for your hair, Billy).
Watch this short video to see how I made these simple soak bombs. Subscribe to my YouTube channel for earlier access to my video tutorials!
I have more bath bomb goodness to share with you this week, so don’t forget to check back later!
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- Citric acid
- Epsom salt
- Baking soda
- Corn starch
- Peppermint essential oil
- Eucalyptus essential oil
- Food coloring
- Silicone mold
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