This amazing scrub will help sore, dry, cracked, smelly, and arthritic feet.
Ingredients: Premium Pure
Cane Sugar, Carthamus tinctorius (Safflower Oil), Butyrospermum
Parkii (Shea Butter), Helianthus (Sunflower Oil), Tocopherol (Vitamin E) and Peppermint Essential Oil.
Directions: Thoroughly wash the feet, then take a palm full of scrub and massage it into the feet to enhance circulation and speed the rebirth of new skin. Let it sit on them for a minute. If you have rough, dry, cracked skin, use a pumice stone gently to rub off the dry skin. Rinse off and then dry.
Apply the Remarle Peppermint foot cream liberally over the entire foot and ankle
area immediately after you scrub for the ultimate skin softening
experience so that the epidermis can absorb the emollient deeper into the skin
leaving it softer for longer. Put socks on over the creme for softer.
Use: Atleast once a day, at night or on the morning.
4 oz or 8 oz jar
Why Should you exfloiate?
Plain and simple exfoliation is an important process in maintaining
clean and healthy skin; it removes dead skin cells on the surface of
your skin (the epidermis) keeping your skin cleaner, smoother and
Why do I need to moisturize my skin?
The skin needs moisture to repair and renew itself. While the skin
produces it own oil through the sebaceous glands, sometimes extra
moisture is needed. As we get older our skin does not produce enough oil
and becomes very dry and all of a sudden the
wrinkles, lines and visible signs are aging are prevalent. The Skin
needs to be hydrated either internally or topically to be soft, supple
You can read more about the importance of exfoliating and moisturizing on my blog - http://wp.me/p2tHVt-7M
What Can Peppermint Cream Do
for My feet?
With many uses, peppermint oil has become an ever popular
treatment for different issues of the feet as it is used in preparations for
the skin that are designed for use on the feet. It has antiseptic as well as
analgesic effects. Peppermint will relieve foot pain, neuralgia, rheumatism, and muscle pains. It is
also a vasoconstrictor to reduce skin reddening and the dilation of
capillaries. It boosts the overall circulation of the flow of blood which in
turn eliminates itching of the skin of the feet. Swollen, tired, and achy feet
find this type of product to be extremely beneficial. Peppermint is an herb
that can be found as an ingredient in products such as toothpaste and air
fresheners as well as hygiene products. Following is a list of its therapeutic
• Anti-infectious - Its main content is menthol, which by itself, has many basic
Benefits to the Feet
Peppermint oil will nourish and help to hydrate the skin of the feet
to perk up the circulation and appearance. It keeps them fresh even during the
sweating process and helps in the elimination of certain foot odor.
It absorbs easily and has a light and non-greasy feel to the skin. The oil and
cream fight the burning and itching sensation that accompanies the dry skin of
the feet while it moisturizes the feet. For any small sores or scratches, this
product will fight against bacterial infection and fungal infection if applied
on a daily basis. The ability of the product to deeply penetrate the skin
allows for it to work longer on the needs of the skin.
As peppermint is a herb, individuals should seek the advice of their physician
or podiatrist, before beginning this regimen, especially if there might be a
chance that some of the medicines that one is taking for another medical
condition could react with this herb. Often times, it is necessary for the
doctor to prescribe a topical medication when the treatments being used at home
are not helping with the issues of the skin of the feet.