Fizzy Foot Soak

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Fizzy Foot Soak

This Fizzy Foot Soak is just what you need!

During our snow sabbatical the youngest and I tested out this Fizzy Foot Soak recipe. We were thrilled with the results! It was fizzy and refreshing. And the perfect solution to snow-soaked, cold feet!

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ingredients for fizzy foot soak

Fizzy Foot Soak Ingredients:

Mix all ingredients together and store dry inside a plastic bag or glass jars.

You’ll need 2 TBSP of powder per person. The above recipe makes enough for about 20 people (taking into account some spillage and generous scooping).

Fizzy Foot Soak Free Printable Tag

How to use the Fizzy Foot Soak:

  1. Place 4-6 TBSP in resealable plastic bags and attach the one of the Fizzy Foot Soak Tags set of 3 and give it as a favor at a Women’s Ministry event or as a “happie” for your Women’s Ministry Team or event volunteers.
  2. Place 1 cup of powder into a pint size mason jar, attach tag, and give as a door prize.
  3. Use it as one of several spa stations at a Women’s Ministry Event, Ladies’ Night Out, or MOPS meeting.
  4. Pamper your Women’s Ministry Team by taking 10 minutes or so for everyone to enjoy a foot soak. Consider using it as an alternative to washing their feet.
  5. Offer this an a DIY option during a craft night. Put out the supplies and let women make their own foot soak to take home.

Bubbles - fizzy feet soak

For your Fizzy Foot Soak Spa Station:

  • You’ll need a source of warm water, lots of paper towels, and soap for sanitizing the tubs after each use.
  • Tubs can be purchased at The Dollar Store, Wal-Mart, etc.
  • In advance prepare at least two different types of Fizzing Foot Soak. I’d suggest peppermint and citrus bliss.
  • Be sure to print out the directions (just use the tags above) and have a couple of tablespoons handy for scooping.

Note: We found water that felt warm to our hands was actually too hot for our feet. Please use caution when preparing your tubs.

I hope your women enjoy their Fizzy Foot Soak!

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Comments

  1. It should, but I have not tried it. I would suggest trying it both ways before your event to discover which is more relaxing. Even in the heat, my boys have requested a warm water foot soak to soothe their tired feet – they play a lot of basketball. I’d love to what you decide!

  2. veta glenn says:

    will this fizzy foot soak work with cold water,I would like to do for a summber spa day

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