Transport Yourself to a Tropical Island with this Lime Foot Soak

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 A day at the spa is always on my mind.  But with two kids and a busy schedule (seriously, is it just me or does everyone have activities after school every day?)  there is absolutely zero time to get to the spa to get pampered. I’m lucky if I get a haircut once every 6 months and I don’t remember the last time I got a mani or a pedi. The struggle is real, friends.  I need a solution that I can do at home and feel like I’ve been whisked away on a tropical vacay. Because every girl deserves that.  I’ve got the solution.  It’s super easy AND cheap. It’s Lime Foot Soak and it will rock your world.

Lime foot soak smells AMAZING and is the perfect solution to tired achy feet.


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Foot soaks are so affordable. You only need 4 ingredients to make this one.


1 cup Epsom Salt
1/2 cup Baking Soda
Zest from one lime
3-4 drops lime essential oil
Glass jars (mason jars, jelly jars or any other glass jars with a lid)

Mix Epsom salt and baking soda together in a small bowl
Add in the lime zest
Add in the lime essential oil
Mix well
Transfer to glass jars
This recipes fills 2 1/2 of the jars shown in my photos

Lime foot soak smells AMAZING and is the perfect solution to tired achy feet.

When you are ready for some serious pampering, place 2-3 tablespoons into a gallon of warm water and soak your feet! This lime foot soak is the PERFECT Mother’s Day Gift or a gift for anyone who needs a bit of pampering!

You KNOW I’m going to give you the cute printable for your jar. You can download the printable for free here. You can either print them out on full sheet labels (I recommend Avery brand) or print them on regular paper or cardstock and stick on with tape. I used cardstock.

And since many of you may be putting the lime foot soak into mason jars, I’ve also created some 2″ circular labels that you can download here. With these labels, you can cut out with scissors or use a 2″ punch.

Until we meet on a tropical vacay, try out another foot soak recipe, this Peppermint Foot Soak! And if you are looking for more essential oil ideas, check out this post!

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