Deodorant for Foot
The feet need more care and attention than the rest of the body, but the truth is that we always give them. The foot hygiene is essential, both to keep them beautiful as to prevent the formation of bad smells or mildew.
In addition to the pedicure, exfoliation and nutrition, you also have to give your feet some perfume and deodorants that you’d set foot. This time will teach you to make three recipes for homemade deodorant Foot notes:
- Skin of three oranges and three lemons
- A cup of sea salt
- A liter of water
- Three tablespoons of baking soda
Cut the skin of citrus fruits into thin strips and boil a liter of water for several minutes, then filtered and kept in liquid.
Prepare a large bowl with hot water with room for your feet and adds the preparation along with sea salt and baking soda. Let your feet soak until water is completely cool.
Perfumed Talc Antiperspirant
- 2 tablespoons baking soda
- 5 teaspoons of powder
Mix both ingredients and put on your feet each time you need, this preparation will help to control excessive perspiration.
- 1 / 2 teaspoon pine resin
- Vodka is necessary to cover ingredients
- Zest of 2 lemons, finely chopped
- Zest of 2 oranges, finely chopped
- 10 fresh bay leaves, chopped
- 3 tablespoons chopped pine needles
- 3 tablespoons fresh thyme leaves
- 2 tablespoons glycerin
- 100 ml of orange blossom water
Resin grinding in a mortar until it becomes powder, then pour a tablespoon of vodka and still grind to a paste. Add citrus peels and stir to integrate all the mixture.
Put this mixture into a sealed container with the bay leaves, thyme and pine, add the amount of vodka you need to cover, close tightly and let stand for 2 weeks minimum, or maximum a month.
After this time the herbs filtered through a sieve, add the glycerin and orange blossom water. Place the liquid into a spray bottle and use on your feet every time you need it. This recipe takes about a year.