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Patients can create an Epsom salt bath by stirring 2 cups of Epsom salts into a warm bath, and soak in the mixture for at least 12 minutes, explains SaltWorks. For added moisturizing benefits, 1/2 cup olive oil or baby o... More »

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While its properties are not the same, tea tree oil serves as a good substitute for Epsom salt in the bath. The herbal therapy strengthens the body's immune system and can even be used as a mouth wash. Adding the oil to ... More »

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To soak your feet in Epsom salt, add a half cup of salt to warm water and soak feet for 20 minutes. Foot calluses can be scrubbed away with a pumice stone. Add a few drops of an essential oil to your lotion and rub the m... More »

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While its properties are not the same, tea tree oil serves as a good substitute for Epsom salt in the bath. The herbal therapy strengthens the body's immune system and can even be used as a mouth wash. Adding the oil to ... More »

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A homemade foot soak can be made using Epsom salt, baking soda, essential oil and a variety of other ingredients. The foot soak can be made ahead and given away as gifts sealed in airtight containers or mason jars. More »

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Sea salt can be used instead of Epsom salt to soak in the bath, since it is popular for its health boosting minerals, all-natural harvesting properties and therapeutic properties. Adding sea salt to the bath water helps ... More »

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To remove dry skin from your feet, soak your feet in an Epsom salt bath for 20 minutes, and then exfoliate the skin with an Epsom salt and oil paste. You will need a foot tub, a towel, Epsom salt, warm water, bath oil or... More »

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