To soak your feet in warm water, fill a tub with warm water, add 1 to 2 tablespoons Epsom salt to the water, and place the tub on the floor. Soak your feet for at least five minutes.Continue Reading
Place the tub or basin in the bathtub, and fill it two-thirds full with warm water.
Mix 1 to 2 tablespoons Epsom salt into the water. Spread a dry towel on the floor, and place the tub on the towel.
Soak your feet in the warm water for at least five minutes. Pat your feet dry, and moisturize them with lotion after soaking to prevent dry skin.
Methods for safely removing earwax at home include over-the-counter ear wax softening drops and flushing the ear with warm water, states WebMD. Instruments to scoop out ear wax should only be used by a medical professional.Full Answer >
A sitz bath is a low, shallow bath that consists of warm water and optional added ingredients of vinegar, baking soda or salt. Salt and vinegar work well to soothe irritated skin, and baking soda is known for its antibacterial properties. Sitz baths are often recommended for women who have recently undergone childbirth, and they are helpful for individuals who suffer from hemorrhoids and sebaceous cysts in the anal area.Full Answer >
Some good home remedies for removing ear wax include softening the ear wax with mineral oil, glycerine or hydrogen peroxide, and irrigating with warm water, states Mayo Clinic. In addition, WebMD states that over-the-counter ear wax softening drops such as Debrox or Murine may be used in the affected ear.Full Answer >
Make homemade floor wax remover by mixing ammonia and laundry or dish detergent in warm water, or by mixing white vinegar and warm water. The ammonia solution is best for vinyl and tile floors, while the vinegar solution works best on hardwood floors.Full Answer >