Summer Feet & Epsom Salts

Updated: Sep 7

Yay!!! Summer is here! I hope everyone is enjoying the sunshine today. Wow, did June fly bye or what? I hope July will settle down and feel like a real summer! I just did a girls day with my mom. We got our toes done in a cute place in Milwaukee called Milwaukee Nail Bar. My feet feel so good and my toes are so cute now! I can finally put on my sandals! So, how are your toesies doing? If you haven't booked a summer pedi yet, don't wait to long! Before you know it, fall will be here and we'll all be putting our socks back on. (Click here to request a Pedi appointment)

If you read my last newsletter, you know that I'm now including epsom salts in all pedicure services. What do epsom salts do? In short, they make your feet feel fabulous. But, lets talk more about why they are so beneficial, and other ways you can use them at home.

Epsom salt is actually magnesium sulfate, it is not the same as table salt. Magnesium sulfate is a natural anti-inflammatory. When you do a soak with it, it absorbs in the skin and helps ease joint and muscle pain. It can also help (not cure) foot and toe fungal infections and other skin problems. I've personally done many bath soaks with epsom salts and my muscles always feel so much better after. I've included some links below if you want to read more about the benefits of epsom salts and how you can use them at home. Or a simple google search will give you lots of info too.