Foot Fungus Oil Blend

This blend is an all-natural way to help support feet battling fungal issues.

Who doesn’t want healthy, fabulous looking feet? (No one raises their hand). So, if you’re struggling with fungal issues due to damp places, and public pools and showers, this blend can help. Simply massage this blend onto the affected areas 2 times a day for roughly a month. You should continue applying this blend for 7 days after you can no longer see the fungus. I recommend using fractioned coconut oil as the carrier if you would like to add some moisture to your skin, or aloe vera gel if you prefer a lighter, less greasy application.


1 tbsp fractioned coconut oil (FCO) or aloe vera gel

2 drops tea tree essential oilView Details

Tea Tree Essential Oil

SGD $16.00 SGD $8.00

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Ain’t no oil dope as this, it’s just so fresh, so clean. Tea tree has a very distinctive aroma – medicinal, camphorous, fresh. It’s a must-have oil for sending germs on their way, and for natural cleaning recipes. Emotionally, it’s very uplifting and balancing.

1 drop citronella essential oilView Details

Citronella Essential Oil

SGD $18.00 SGD $9.00

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Bright, crisp citronella is lemony, woodsy, and sweet all at once. Best known for its powerful pest-repellent benefits, it also shines when used for skincare. Citronella’s incredibly calming aroma is known to promote feelings of happiness and positivity.


A small jar to store your blendView Details

Amber Glass Jar 100ml

SGD $3.00 SGD $1.50

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Step 1 Combine the FCO or aloe vera gel with the essential oils in a small jar.

Step 2 Make sure the blend is mixed well before each application and apply to affected areas in the morning and evening.

Step 3 If you try out this blend, please review it below. I would love to hear how you liked it.


Marra Hensby

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Fun Fact! Did you know…

1.) Inhaling essential oils stimulates the olfactory system, and therefore the central nervous system. (What a great way to calm down!)