Feet Care

Our feet are home to some of the largest pores on our body. It is because these openings are so large that essential oils are able to quickly pass through layers of the skin and release its benefits into the body more efficiently.

The bottom of our feet isn’t as sensitive as other parts of our bodies because they have to endure more on a daily basis. When you think about how much time you spend on your feet, it’s no wonder our feet need some care.

Diabetes and foot problems

People with diabetes have a greater risk of serious foot problems. They should check their feet daily for cuts, blisters, bruises or signs of injury. They should also wear well-fitted shoes that protect their feet from injury.  The main risk factors for the feet of people with diabetes are: Impaired circulation can delay healing.  Nerve damage can cause people to lose sensation in their feet. This means a person may not know that their shoe is rubbing or that they have cut their foot.

Essential oils rarely cause any side effects. Using essential oils can help sooth sore feet. The best part about using essential oils is that you can enjoy a pampered, relaxing experience each time you treat your foot pain. Essential oils can be used to heal sore feet topically. The rub has a combination of a few different oils to create a potent remedy for your sore feet that smells amazing and leaves your skin soft and fresh.

Essential oils are oils that are derived from plants. Each essential oil has different healing properties. Most essential oils are beneficial health wise in many different ways. Essential oils have been used for centuries.

Foot Care Rub

Can be used for chilblains, poor circulation in feet, sore feet and mild toe fungus.

Certain essential oils in the rub:

Peppermint Essential Oil – Offers major relief for sore feet. The cooling sensation that peppermint creates can help to bring immediate relief to feet. In fact, nothing is better than the feeling of peppermint essential oil after a long hard, day. It has anti-inflammatory properties that can work wonders for pain. Peppermint can reduce the discomfort that comes from having swollen feet. One extra bonus that goes along with using peppermint oil on your foot pain is that it will also leave your feet smelling fresh and amazing!

Rosemary Essential Oil – This is a sore foot’s best friend. This oil has been used medicinally for muscle pain and joint pain for ages. It has been shown to improve circulation and reduce pain that is associated with conditions like arthritis. 

Rose Geranium Essential Oil – Are your feet sore because they have calluses or open wounds? By using rose geranium oil to reduce pain and treat painful injuries. It actually helps to promote the development of new cells.

Eucalyptus Essential Oil – Eucalyptus essential oil is amazing when it comes to cooling the skin and relieving tension. Its relaxing scent and ability to soothe inflamed areas make oil for a person who spends a lot of time on your feet. Eucalyptus essential oil is actually an analgesic. That means that it can numb your feet when you’re experiencing pain. In addition, this oil can combat foot issues like athlete’s foot and leave your feet with a very refreshing scent!

Lavender Essential Oil – The most calming oil. It helps relieve muscle and joint pain it is both an analgesic and anti-inflammatory so it has powerful pain relieving and healing properties.

Marjoram Essential Oil – Marjoram essential oil has been used for centuries to relieve painful spasms and stiffness in the joints and muscles. It can be used whenever you are experiencing foot pain or swelling in your feet. This Mediterranean oil is full of analgesic and antispasmodic properties. This means that it can provide relief by numbing the area that is in pain. What’s more, it can help to get muscle spasms in your feet under control. Marjoram essential oil can help when it comes to relieving pain and inflammation in muscles that have been overworked and overexerted. It also has minor sedative qualities.  Which is a great oil to turn to if the stress of living with foot pain has you feeling overwhelmed. Marjoram essential oil also has antibacterial properties. That’s always a good thing when you’re looking for a treatment for your feet.

Chamomile has analgesic, anti-allergenic, anti-spasmodic, antibiotic, anti-inflammatory, antiphlogistic (reducing inflammation) and bactericidal properties.  It is calming and soothing

Foot Care contains certain oils that heal like Aloe Vera, Comfrey and Calendula. Comfrey helps with healing all kinds of cuts, abrasions, bruises, strained tendons, ligaments, and bone fractures.  The high levels of allantoin and rosmarinic acid found in comfrey cause rapid growth of new skin cells.

Calendula has soothing abilities; it helps with wound healing, reduces swelling and has antimicrobial components, antifungal agents, leading to a quicker healing process. Reduces redness and inflammation.

The information presented in the brochure is not meant to diagnose or treat any medical condition nor to replace the advice or care of a qualified health professional.