Tidying up the last signs of Christmas 🎄 in your house and the holiday season? Me too.
In fact some of my neighbors can’t let go and still have their Christmas trees lit up inside and decorations in their windows and outside their front door.
So if you happen to find you have left over CANDY CANES let me stir your imagination and let’s make and enjoy a few things.
It’s cold 🥶 outside even in sunny 😎 Florida. 🌴 . We have our fireplace going and I’m cozy in bed with a hot chocolate with a candy cane hanging from my 👄 mug with lips. I just took a bath and enjoyed this recipe below. I love the smell, taste and minty feel of peppermint in food and on my skin! Especially my feet after a long work day or a day of travel. ✈️ So I refresh my skin and exfoliate it gently a bit too. I use this peppermint recipe especially in the winter.
Peppermint Kiss Foot Scrub
What you will need is:
1 cup of cornmeal (I prefer the fine one)
1 cup of powdered milk
Approximately 15- 18 drops of peppermint oil. Not cooking or food grade but aromatherapy essential oil.
And add a dash of water and stir.
I fill smaller mason jars with the above mix.
OR I pour into mini snack size baggies to have individual portions.
Take a shower or bath or just wash your feet and pat them dry a bit.
Sit at the edge of the tub or on a chair in the bathroom.
Place down a bath mat or towel.
While skin is still damp apply this scrub and massage it in on each foot.
Then pay attention to the soles and calluses and dry areas of your skin. Massage in circular motions of your foot and work the scrub in.
This revitalizing foot 🦶 scrub smells dreamy and feels so invigorating on the feet
Leave scrub on your feet at least 5 more minutes and rinse well.
Your feet will feel brand new and your spirits will be too.