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Cinnamon Foot Scrub Recipe – For An At-Home Pedicure

Cinnamon Foot Scrub For An At-Home Pedicure

Here is a simple cinnamon foot scrub for an at-home pedicure.

Getting a pedicure is very relaxing for me.

And since we have moved houses several times, I have resorted to a DIY pedicure. 

Adding this cinnamon sugar scrub to my pedicure routine has been a game-changer.

The eucalyptus oil in this foot scrub helps relax the muscles, while the sugar exfoliates and coconut oil moisturizes.

Let’s make it!

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How To Make Cinnamon Foot Scrub

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Foot scrub recipe

The ingredients and tools you need to make your cinnamon foot scrub are 

  • Coconut oil – 1/4 cup or 2 ounces
  • Cinnamon – 1 teaspoon
  • Sugar – 1 cup or 8 ounces
  • Eucalyptus oil (optional)
  • A bowl, a jar, and a spoon
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Instructions to make a cinnamon sugar scrub for foot exfoliation

  • Mix all the ingredients in a bowl.
  • And transfer your cinnamon sugar scrub into a clean glass jar or any container with a lid.
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Set it aside and prepare your DIY foot soak.

How To Prepare For Your At-Home Pedicure

To get your home pedicure done,

  • Clean your toenails with a nail polish remover and cotton balls
  • File and buff your nails
  • Then, prepare your pedicure foot bath.

Directions to do a pedicure with your cinnamon sugar foot scrub

In a bowl or footbath

  1. Add warm water, enough to cover your feet
  2. Then add 1 cup vinegar, 1 tbsp baking soda, and 1/2 lemon juice plus the rind.
  3. Soak your feet for several minutes
  4. Then trim your cuticles with a sterile cuticle trimmer (DON’T OVERDO IT)
  5. Use a foot brush and shower gel to wash your toes and feet.
  6. Then buff your soles and heels with a pumice stone.
  7. Next, exfoliate your feet further with the homemade cinnamon foot scrub.
  8. After several minutes, rinse with clean, warm water.
  9. Pat your feet dry, wipe your soles, and put on some flip-flops (to avoid slipping).
  10. If you are going to apply nail polish, remember to clean your toenails with a polish remover for smooth application.

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Benefits of cinnamon to the feet

Using cinnamon on the feet provides several benefits:

  • Cinnamon has antimicrobial properties, which help reduce foot odors caused by bacteria.
  • Thanks to its cheery aroma, cinnamon helps relax and soothe tired feet.
  • Using cinnamon on the feet improves blood circulation and numbness.
  • It also eases muscle pain and stiffness in the feet.
  • Cinnamon’s anti-inflammatory properties help reduce swelling and irritation in the feet.

Conclusion on DIY cinnamon sugar scrub recipe

So that’s how to make a cinnamon foot scrub at home.

All the ingredients used for this foot scrub are available in most homes.

So take your time, treat your feet, and relax every once in a while.

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Cinnamon Foot Scrub Recipe

Yield: 1 small mason jar
Prep Time: 1 minute
Active Time: 1 minute
Additional Time: 1 minute
Total Time: 3 minutes
Difficulty: Easy
Estimated Cost: Under $5

How to make cinnamon foot scrub to exfoliate your feet

Materials

  • Coconut oil – 1/4 cup or 2 ounces
  • Cinnamon – 1 teaspoon
  • Sugar – 1 cup or 8 ounces
  • Eucalyptus oil (optional)

Tools

  • A bowl, a jar, and a spoon

Instructions

  1. Mix the sugar, cinnamon, coconut oil, and Eucalyptus oil in a bowl
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  3. Then transfer your foot scrub into a clean glass jar or any container with a lid.
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  5. Set it aside and prepare your foot bath or this lime-lemon foot soak.

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8 Comments

    1. Glad you have all the ingredients, make it right away. Yes, it smells yummy. Unfortunately, I can’t eat it…haha. Thanks for reading, Veleita.

    1. Hi Michelle,
      If you store this cinnamon foot scrub in the fridge, yes it would get rock hard as it contains coconut oil.
      But it would stay just fine on the countertop.
      Another reason why your DIY sugar scrubs may get rock hard is if you scoop with wet hands. The water would melt the sugar and then it becomes candy. lol.
      So use a dry spoon to scoop some scrub into another container to use for your DIY pedicure.
      I hope this helps.
      xx, Buayifa.

    1. Hi Sarah,
      Since Eucalyptus oil or all essential oils are quite strong, 5 to 10 drops should be okay.
      I hope this helps.
      Thanks for reading and trying to make the cinnamon foot scrub.
      Enjoy!
      xx, Buayifa.

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