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Serves: 1
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1 jar(s) plastic screw top about 1 cup size
1 c epsom salt,i get mine at walmart
1/8 apx. c baby oil,i just squirt it in til it is moist

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Joanie Smith Recipe
Well Seasoned
Phoenix, OR (pop. 4,538)
Member Since Jun 2012
Joanie's notes for this recipe:
This is how I have removed all the dry skin from my feet for about 20 years.I wear open shoes a lot so my feet get really dry.Foot creams leave my feet feeling oily.
You have to be really careful to rinse it off well so you don't fall
in the tub.
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After your done washing all over just scoop out half a hand full and rub it all over your feet and rinse it off.If your in a shower be sure to rinse the bottom of your foot well so you don't fall.
The first time you may feel it burn a little if you have really cracked skin.
It only takes 2 or 3 times but your feet will be soft and pretty.Continue useing it to keep the flakes away.

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user bev snee 1234567 - Jul 30, 2012
Thanks Joanie. I bought some epson salt and tried this. My feet thank you. Thanks so much for sharing. I will pass the word on your creation!!!
user bev snee 1234567 - Jul 30, 2012
I tried this recipe and say it's Family Tested & Approved!
user Joanie Smith GRANNYJOANIE - Jul 30, 2012
Hi Bev,
I am so glad it helped you too.I was soaking my feet in the epsom salt and then covering them in baby oil but it was so slippery.So I just combined the 2.My feet really get crusty if I don't use it.
Tell everyone please,
user bev snee 1234567 - Jul 30, 2012
Yes, summer is pretty rough on feet!
user Joanie Smith GRANNYJOANIE - Aug 10, 2012
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