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How to make your own Peppermint Foot Balm at home! Check out my recipe!

Peppermint Foot Balm

1/2 c Cha's Organic Deodorized Coconut Oil

1/2 c Now Aura Cacia Shea Butter 

1/4 c Divine Essence Cocoa Wafers

5 tblp Aura Cacia Vegetable Glycerin organic

30 drops Bleu Lavende Essential Peppermint Oil 

3- 1/2 cup jars or you could use smaller mason glass jars if you like or use little tins with tight fitting lids.


1. Fill bottom of double boiler with water and place top pan over top. Turn heat to high. In top of a double boiler, add everything except the peppermint oil.

2. Once everything is melted, stir together and add peppermint essential oil. Remove from heat.

3. Let cool for about 5 minutes and then place pan in fridge and allow mixture to cool for about 30-45 minutes or until it turns to a thick consistency but not completely solid. (If that happens don't worry, just reheat it a bit and then beat it, it will appear thinner but will still thicken up in your jars, once it's cooled).

4. Remove from fridge and beat with a hand mixer. The balm should change color from a beige to more of a white color looking a bit like meringue as you are beating it. 

5.  With a small spatula, spoon mixture into glass jars.

Makes: about (3)   1/2 cup jars.

Recipe created by: Emily Price, CHNC, Emily Price Nutrition Consulting

I used all organic ingredients in my batch.

I would recommend using the Foot Balm within 3-4 months.  

I love that there is no coconut aroma that interferes with the peppermint smell when making a Peppermint Foot Balm. 

Benefits:  It's soothing for tired feet and also very moisturizing for the dry soles of your feet. It will melt as it touches your skin due to the warmth of your hands so you don't need to use a lot. Just rub it in and enjoy soft your soothed soft feet.I love coconut oil! I love to use deodorized coconut oil as it has no scent like traditional coconut oil and it's great for body butters, foot balms, raw food bars, baking, frying, and greasing cake pans too. Use it anywhere you don't want to have the coconut scent.

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