Foot Hair Powders
Foot powder helps absorb excess moisture to help prevent fungal infections, or to treat them when they do occur. The formulas offered here also have cleansing and deodorizing effects to help eliminate foot odor. Use foot powder as part of a remedial program for fungal conditions in conjunction with other appropriate foot treatments such as antifungal soaks and creams.
A refreshing-smelling powder that is absorbent and deodorizing and provides antifungal action.
Powder herbs, except the myrrh and slippery elm, in a coffee grinder used exclusively for herbs and seeds, Little girl bob haircuts then sift powdered herbs through a fine-mesh strainer over a bowl, regrinding the coarser particles as needed. It is important to get the herbs as finely powdered as possible so the foot powder feels soft and si1y against the skin. Place powdered herbs, clay, cornstarch and myrrh and slippery elm powders into a jar, mix them thoroughly, then add the essential oils a few drops at a time while stirring them in. Cap and shake jar. To use powder, sprinkle onto feet, and especially between toes. May also bsprinkled into shoes. Store powder in shaker with top or jar with a tight-fitting lid. Makes about 21/2 cups.
older fo1s for their gently deodorizing effect. The essential oils they contain are also very pleasing to the senses and uplifting to the spirit.
8 drops ylang-ylang essential oil
Put arrowroot powder or cornstarch in a small jar, add essential oils and stir them in thoroughly. Cap and shake the jar to continue mixing the ingredients. It is ready to use. To store powder, cap jar with a tight fitting lid. Makes 4 oz.
Variation: Grind and sift 2 tablespoons of dried lavender flowers and add to the powder. ,