Marie always shares such creative natural beauty recipes and products. For this project, Marie wanted to make a “rich, tingly foot butter that smells like a pine tree.” Here are some of the ingredients she used:
Shea butter is rich and thick and has a nutty scent. It’s been used for centuries in Africa because of its moisturizing and healing properties. It’s loaded with vitamins. It contains vitamin A and E which are soothing and hydrating to the skin. Vitamin F contains fatty acids which help to protect and heal damaged skin.
Cocoa Butter smells great and adds a thick, rich consistency to creams. It’s also been used for centuries in Africa because of its healing and moisturizing properties. It contains vitamin E which soothes and hydrates the skin.
Menthol Crystals provide a cooling effect and have a minty scent.
Marie has also selected 4 different essential oils which, when combined, create an earthy, forest scent. They also have a variety of properties: analgesic, anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, antimicrobial, and antiseptic, disinfectant. Perfect for a foot butter!
The directions are really easy to follow. Marie also provides some nice photographs. In the end, you’ll have a thick and creamy foot butter that quickly absorbs into your feet. You’ll have, soft, tingly, happy feet.
To see the complete recipe, visit the How to Make Rocky Mountain Foot Butter link below.