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Pink Himalayan Salt Scrub DIY: 3 Ingredients Foot Scrub

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Last Updated on by Buayifa Ojeogwu

Are you ready for a pink Himalayan salt scrub DIY?

I made this DIY foot scrub with only three ingredients: the pretty pink salt, coconut oil, and essential oils.

So this is the perfect scrub to exfoliate your feet on a regular day or during your routine DIY pedicure.

And in this post, I’ll show you how to make pink Himalayan salt foot scrub, how to use it for a pedicure, and some of the benefits of the pink salt.

Don’t forget to read to the bottom to print the pink salt scrub recipe.

Let’s begin.

Pink Himalayan Salt Scrub DIY 3 Ingredients Foot Scrub

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How to make Pink Himalayan Salt Scrub For Your Feet

Pink Himalayan Salt Scrub DIY: 3 Ingredients Foot Scrub

Because of the size of salt granules, I prefer to use them for foot scrubs or bath salts.

But if you’d like to try using it on your body, that’s totally fine. Just make sure to moisturize your body after exfoliating with a salt scrub.

Okay, moving on…

Ingredients

Pink Himalayan Salt Scrub DIY: 3 Ingredients Foot Scrub

Tools

  • A small mason jar with a lid
  • A bowl, a spoon, a fork
Pink Himalayan Salt Scrub DIY: 3 Ingredients Foot Scrub

Directions

  • First, add the pink Himalayan salt and coconut oil into a bowl and mix until both ingredients bind.
  • Next, add 10 drops of lavender essential oil and mix again.
  • Then spoon the pink Himalayan scrub into a mason jar with an airtight lid, and store it in a cool dry place.
  • An airtight lid is required to keep the essential oil fragrance from dissipating when or if your pink salt scrub is stored for a long time.
Pink Himalayan Salt Scrub DIY: 3 Ingredients Foot Scrub

How to do a pedicure with your pink Himalayan salt scrub

Since you’d be doing this on your own, here are steps to make your DIY pedicure pretty convenient.

Following these steps can save you time, and also prevent accidents like slipping or spilling water.

Let’s go.

Pink Himalayan Salt Scrub DIY: 3 Ingredients Foot Scrub

Get your pink salt scrub and pedicure tools ready

If you are not sure of the things you need for an at-home pedicure, check the list below.

  • Foot soak,
  • Foot spa or a foot soaking bath (affiliate links).
  • Very warm water (it would cool while you are cleaning your toes),
  • Extra clean water to rinse your feet.
  • Towels
  • Body wash or shower gel,
  • Nail polish remover,
  • Cotton balls,
  • Alcohol pads,
  • Cuticle trimmer,
  • Nail file and buffer,
  • Foot brush
  • Cuticle oil if you like (I don’t like cuticle oil. Don’t know why. lol.)
  • Nail polish, base, and topcoat.
  • A mop.
Pink Himalayan Salt Scrub DIY: 3 Ingredients Foot Scrub

Then prep your feet and foot bath

Before you begin, keep a mop within reach to easily clean up after your pedicure.

  • First, add some foot soak and warm water into your foot spa or bath, and set it aside.
  • Then wipe off your nail polish.
  • Trim your cuticles with a clean and sterilized cuticle trimmer. (Soak your cuticle trimmer in alcohol or wipe it with an alcohol pad before using it).
  • File and buff your nails, then rub some body wash or shower gel on your toes.

It’s time to soak your feet

  • Dip your feet in the prepared foot bath, and let them soak for about 8 to 10 minutes.
  • Next, bring one foot out at a time and buff your heels and soles with a pumice stone then soak again.
  • The next time you bring your foot out, use your foot brush and shower gel to wash your feet.
  • Rinse your feet, pat dry and exfoliate them with your pink Himalayan salt foot scrub.
  • After a few minutes, rinse off the pink salt scrub and you’re done.
  • Pat your feet dry and wear some flip-flops.
  • Mop the floor.
  • Then pour the pedicure water into your toilet and flush it.
  • Rinse your foot bath and leave it to drain before storing it.
  • When you are ready to polish your nails, make sure to wipe them with a nail polish remover. It makes for better polish application.

You may also enjoy Lavender Epsom Salt Foot Scrub.

Pink Himalayan salt scrub benefits

The pink Himalayan salt scrub helps slough off dead skin cells and also hydrates your skin.

When used for bath or foot soaks, it relieves tired muscles and helps you relax in your at-home spa.

Make sure to moisturize after soaking in a salt bath to retain skin’s moisture.

Print the recipe
Yield: 1

Pink Himalayan Salt Foot Scrub

Pink Himalayan Salt Scrub DIY: 3 Ingredients Foot Scrub
Prep Time 1 minute
Active Time 1 minute
Additional Time 1 minute
Total Time 3 minutes
Difficulty Easy
Estimated Cost Under $5

Materials

  • 1 cup pink Himalayan salt
  • 1/4 coconut oil
  • 10 drops lavender essential oil

Tools

  • A small mason jar with a lid
  • A bowl, a spoon, a fork

Instructions

  1. First, add the pink Himalayan salt and coconut oil into a bowl and mix until both ingredients bind.
  2. Pink Himalayan Salt Scrub DIY: 3 Ingredients Foot Scrub
  3. Next, add 10 drops of lavender essential oil and mix again.
  4. Pink Himalayan Salt Scrub DIY: 3 Ingredients Foot Scrub
  5. Then spoon the pink Himalayan scrub into a mason jar with an airtight lid, and store it in a cool dry place.
  6. Pink Himalayan Salt Scrub DIY: 3 Ingredients Foot Scrub
  7. An airtight lid is required to keep the essential oil fragrance from dissipating when or if your pink salt scrub is stored for a long time.

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Pink Himalayan Salt Scrub DIY: 3 Ingredients Foot Scrub

Conclusion

So that’s how to make a DIY pink Himalayan salt scrub to get a pedicure at home.

Rememeber you are making this recipe on your own, add your preffered essential oil or use even more than one fragarnace.

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