DIY: Refreshing Mint Foot Scrub

Mint leaves.

Mint leaves. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Hi again! So today I am going to share one of my favourite DIY recipes with you. I stumbled across this one about 5 years ago and I have to say the results with this scrub are amazing! Your feet smell great and feel fantastic after using a few items from your kitchen.

For the refreshing mint scrub you will need:

2 tablespoons Granulated Sugar

1 tablespoon Extra Virgin Olive Oil

1/2 Β Lemon

8 – 10 Mint Leaves


Got your ingredients ready? Lets begin! πŸ˜€

1. In a large bowl, place the olive oil and the sugar.

2. Squeeze half a lemon in the bowl and stir gently for a few seconds to check if the consistency is suitable for you.

3. Using a mortar and pestle, crush the mint leaves for about a minute and add them to the mixture and stir.

4. Find a good spot, apply the scrub liberally on your feet and let them soak in the scrub for about 10 to 15 minutes. Wipe off with a towel or run feet under lukewarm water.

5. Enjoy your beautiful feet πŸ˜€


The olive oil nourishes the dry skin on the feet

The lemon juice acts as a bleaching and an anti bacterial agent

The mint leaves your feet feeling tingly and smelling fresh πŸ™‚

Hope you enjoyed this post and do try this out let me know how your scrub turned out in the comments section and don’t forget to follow my blog for more beauty fixes!

Have a great day and thanks for stopping by!




3 responses to “DIY: Refreshing Mint Foot Scrub

  1. Pingback: DIY Milk Foot Soak | Live Laugh Love & Blog·

    • Thanks Marley! Do try it, it leaves your feet feeling great and smelling great πŸ˜€

      I am definitely going to try the Milk Foot Soak soon πŸ˜€

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