Use: for bathing the feet.
Recommendation: well-proved particularly after spending all day on your feet. It also has positive effects on fatigue, tiredness, headaches, migraine, influenza, cold, holarthritis and rheumatic pains. Particularly older people feel better after using it.
Effects: it has deodorizing effects, it gently and discreetly cleans the skin, positively affects tired, aching and swollen feet, suppresses excessive perspiration of the feet, activates the metabolism, softens hardened foot skin, particularly on the soles and heels.
Aroma: fresh forest, herbal.
Ingredients: plant oils - almond, soya bean and jojoba, essential oils – rosemary, sage, cinnamon, juniper, thuja and thyme, emulsifier, chlorophyll, vitamins A, E.
Application of foot bath oil
Add 5 ml (approximately 1 teaspoonful) of oil to a vessel with a volume of 5–10 litres containing water. Bath temperature can be selected individually, generally between 35 and 40 °C. The recommended bathing period is 20 minutes, 3x a week. If you use bath oil, it is not advisable to combine it with soaps or other bath additives.
Warning: do not use during pregnancy, when breastfeeding or if you suffer from epilepsy. If you suffer from varicose veins or vein inflammations, use only a lukewarm bath. If you have any health problems, consult its use with your doctor
TIP: very popular preparation with seniors and those whose job involves regular movement or standing all day. Its effects will increase if it is followed by massage oil applied to the feet in a massage (but it can also be used separately).
Shelf time: 12 months