Organic Pedicure Ingredients
Organic Ingredients and Essential Oils to Use When Doing Your Own At Home Pedicures
Pamper your hands and feet in an all natural and organic way. Not only for hand and foot care but for relaxation and healing purposes, to help carry you through each day in an environmentally safe way.
DID YOU KNOW?
Copper bowls used for pedicures draw out positive ions (which are bad for us), neutralizing electrostatic energy in the body.
When soaking the feet in copper, the positive ions that accumulate around us are balanced, leaving our bodies ready to fight off environmental pollutions better than before. Copper Foot Soak Spa Bowls
Choose one or more of these nourishing herbs and oils when doing your own at-home organic pedicure:
People with nut allergies should not use this oil and you let your service provider know in advance so they can substitute with a different oil based product. This is one of the most popular massage oils and is absorbed very quickly. Along with grapeseed oil you will find this very popular in body scrubs.
Pure mineral compound, and is also known as magnesium sulfate in a crystal form. Gently exfoliates skin and smoothes rough patches. Magnesium has been shown to detoxify, ease stress, relax muscles, relieve soreness, lower blood pressure, and help create a happy relaxed feeling.
Glides well on the skin, has moisturizing properties, and appears to assist with skin repair. It has mild astringent and antiseptic qualities.
Softens and hydrates. Has been know to be the closest thing to our own sebum. An effective cleanser/conditioner. It’s odorless and has been used to relieve skin conditions for centuries. Jojoba oil is sometimes referred to as “liquid gold’.
Ancient Romans recognized lavender for its healing and antiseptic qualities. An aromatic flower that aids in stress relief. Lavender has a calming effect, great for multiple skin conditions, headaches and migraines. Used for acne, athletes foot comforting the stomach, used as a disinfectant, helps heal burns and insect bites, and works great on stiff joints and achy muscles. These are just a few of lavender’s benefits, the list goes on!
Mineral rich and contains marine extracts that neutralize the skin. Provides the “graininess” needed to polish the skin and is more exfoliating than sugar. Polishing the skin increases blood circulation while stimulating and eliminating toxins.
Relieves nervous exhaustion, reduce stress, muscular pain, poor circulation, and opens pores. Has great benefits as a muscle and skin toner, assists in clearing up oily skin, and revitalizes the body and mind.
Contains a natural latex, people with latex allergies should avoid this. Widely used as a body lotion by itself or added to lotions. Been found to be one of the best moisturizers.
Sugars (white and brown)
A gentler exfoliant than sea salt and is ideal for sensitive skin.
Soothes, smoothes, and moisturizes.