Cranberry Seed Foot Scrub

  • Difficulty:Beginner
  • Time:10 minutes
  • Yields:One 8 oz. Bail Jar

This is step two in our home pedicure routine. After you’ve given yourself a soothing foot bath with the Invigorating Bath Fizzy, exfoliate your feet with this Cranberry Seed Foot Scrub. This scrub contains numerous scrubby additives, such as PumiceExtra Fine Epsom Salt and Baking Soda.

Don’t forget to complete the look by affixing the free PDF tag to the jar. It’s a true spa experience! A little confused on what order to use products for your pedicure? This free Pedicure How-To Download makes it easy.

This project is part of the Happy Feet Home Pedicure series. See all the projects here: Moisturizing Heel Balm, Rose Clay Foot Mask, Invigorating Foot Soak and Summer Shimmer Nail Polish.

What You’ll Need:

½ cup Baking Soda
¼ cup Pumice
¼ cup Extra Fine Epsom Salt
¼ cup Cranberry Seeds
2 mL Peppermint Essential Oil, 1st Distillation
8 oz. Glass Bail Jar
Free Home Pedicure Labels

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ONE: In a medium bowl, combine Baking Soda, Pumice, Extra Fine Epsom Salt and Cranberry Seeds. Mix with gloved hands.

TWO: Add the Peppermint 1st Distilled Essential Oil and mix with gloved hands.

THREE: Pour directly into an 8 oz. Bail Jar. The scrub is ready to be part of your regular foot care routine!

11 Responses to “Cranberry Seed Foot Scrub”

  1. Faith Salyer says:

    What is the shelf life for this? Seems like it would be good for a while.

    • Amanda says:

      Hi Faith!

      You’re right, because this project does not include any water or oils (other than the fragrance oil) this scrub will last a really long time! I would say a couple years :)

      -Amanda with Bramble Berry

  2. Nancy says:

    I’m a bit confused? What’s new? Should I wet this product when I use it?

    • Steven says:

      This is interesting. Maybe add enough water so it is a paste?

      • Amanda says:

        Hi Steven!

        Yep, you’re correct! You can just grab a handful of scrub, add a little water to make a paste, then apply :)

        -Amanda with Bramble Berry

        • Steven says:

          LOL. Ok I just read the Home Pedicure PDF and understand now. For a guy that wears work boots all day this sounds great. Easy to make too. I use your Sugar Scrubs recipe all the time as it is on my feet. Might just skip the #8 Polish step though!

          • Steven says:

            #5 Step.

          • Amanda says:

            Hi Steven!

            I’m so glad you’re going to give this a try! Dry scrubs are my favorite, they are super easy to make and store. Haha, the polish step is definitely optional ;)

            -Amanda with Bramble Berry

    • Amanda says:

      Hi Nancy!

      To use this scrub, I get my feet wet, add a little scrub, and then add a little bit more water if necessary :)

      -Amanda with Bramble Berry

  3. Vee says:

    I’ve made a small batch but notice that it gets clumpy in the jar. I’m in Houston, Tx and the humidity is crazy right now. I’ve stored it in a small glass jar with a cork top and was very careful when I sanitized the bottle it was completely dry and cool. And I worked in the EO very well Can I add anything else of more of something? I know with the salt and where I live it might be a losing battle. BUT on the upside I now have perfected my bath bomb recipe even in 93% humidity! ;)

    • Amanda says:

      Hi Vee!

      Unfortunately, extremely high humidity is hard to combat when it comes to dry powders such as baking soda and salt. I’m not sure if adding more of either of these ingredients would help, although you could certainly try! Luckily, even if the scrub clumps from the humidity, it should still work just fine :)

      -Amanda with Bramble Berry

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