Setting Up a DIY Foot Spa Should Be Your Next Self-Care Activity: Here's What You Need
You know the parts of a pedicure before the polish comes out . . . like the foot soaking, scrubbing, massaging, and moisturizing? Well, why not bring a similar self-care treat to your own feet? Sure, you may not have a special DIY foot bath, but if you've got a large, wide bowl, or even just a tub, guess what, you now have your own at-home spa with just a few more additions.
If you like tea, you could make yourself a cup but steep extra and add some of that to your soak. Or have some flowers you're ready to discard? Pop them in, too. Of course, just those things do not make a foot spa, so we looked into products at Sephora to really set the scene and actually help your tired toes.
Soaks and scrubs rich in eucalyptus, lavender, and other essential oils are a good place to start when creating a relaxation zone, but there are also solutions for dry, cracked skin and things that bring soreness relief straight to your feet. Now you can follow this up with a polish change if you like . . . but we won't blame you if you're feeling too relaxed to do anything else afterward.
Before you put your feet up, find the best items from Sephora to add to your at-home foot spa ahead.