These days, lavender is used in everything! From infusing craft cider to beauty and skincare products; from gourmet ice cream to perfumes and colognes; from candles and soaps to hormone balancing room fragrances to medicated wound healing solutions, lavender seems to be a catchall for health, wellness, and more. But is it worth all the hype? How can it really be used to improve our lives? And most importantly, how can we harness the power of lavender oil to eliminate, not just cover up, embarrassing foot odor?
There are plenty of claims out there about lavender oil and all it can do. We’ll be focusing on the general benefits lavender oil. That’ll give us a better understanding of what is really going on with lavender at a molecular level. Then we’ll cover exactly how it can be used to help you get rid of foot odor, once and for all.
Historically, lavender has been used around the world for a variety of purposes. Egyptians used it in the mummification process. Early aromatherapy texts tout lavender essential oil as an antibacterial and for the benefits it had on those with digestive discomfort and rheumatoid arthritis. The Romans used lavender oil in their cooking and to help purify the air. The bible even mentions the use of lavender for anointing and healing. Today lavender is one of the most widely used oils and scents in nearly all aromatic-related industries.
Supplying a comprehensive list of the uses of lavender wouldn’t be possible or useful for the purposes of this post. However, just to help illustrate the variety of ways lavender brings wellbeing to people and animals around the world, here is just a taste of some of the most common lavender uses.
In case you were wondering, one of the reasons lavender is so versatile and popular is because it has the rare combination of acting on our bodies and minds in a positive way while also being gentle enough to be ingested, applied directly to your skin, and used with regularity, without negative repercussions. This is also backed by science with increasing accuracy. Lavender essential oil has a growing breadth of scientific literature pointing to the variety and impact of benefits.
Given this list, it’s no wonder lavender is also used to help quell foot odor. If you missed it, antibacterial properties were at the top of that list of uses for lavender. That’s right. Lavender kill bacteria, including the bacteria that cause odor. By itself, we can use lavender oil by applying a few drops to each foot and sleeping with clean socks on our feet each night. However, who wants to rely on one solution? Guess what? FOOT SENSE is an all-natural foot odor eliminating powder that not only contains lavender oil, but it also contains an incredible list of powerhouse odor elimination ingredients. Use FOOT SENSE on your feet, your socks, your shoes, and even your gym gear. It will clear odor and eliminate odor-causing bacteria so you can walk with confidence and end embarrassing foot-odor once and for all.