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Soak It All In: Trying Dr. Teal’s Bath and Foot Soaks

Dr. Teal’s Peppermint Foot Soak Revitalize

For the final pampering act, my tootsies got some targeted love. First, let me say that I do not own any sort of foot-soaking tub. I’m sure some of you do, but I’ve never soaked my feet before. So, I grabbed the biggest mixing bowl I had, filled it with water and dumped in half a cup of Dr. Teal’s Peppermint Foot Soak Revitalize. Yeah, probably not ideal since my feet didn’t exactly fit and were scrunched up (I even Tweeted out proof), but it still felt good and left my feet soft and smooth.

Made of Epsom salt, peppermint essential oil and baking soda, it kind of cools down your feet while also eliminating foot odor. I can imagine that after a half or full marathon or a really long run, this stuff would be ah-mazing. For about $20 for a big bag, I’d recommend it for the runners or those who are on their feet all day. Oh, and don’t worry, I sanitized the bowl after…

Another bonus to this review? I cleaned my tub extra good so that I really could zen out! Do you soak in Epsom salt baths or do foot soaks? Tell us about it! —Jenn


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  1. Dr. Teals says:

    Thanks for the great reviews! We wanted to clarify that the Epsom Salt Soaking Solution retails for $5, not $15! Also if you was over to our Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/drteals you can download a $1 Savings coupon. Thanks again – we love your site!