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Foot spa using water beads

baking soda
epsom salt
lavender oil
water beads

First thing to do is grow the water beads.(most come small and have to sit in water to grow)
Then in a bin add water, some baking soda, epsom salt, lavender oil and the water beads.
Make sure to have a hand towel ready to wipe off feet before letting kid/kids run around.
My daughter found this so fun, she loved feeling the beads in the water and was even catching them between her toes. 
Once we were done I emptied the water, put fresh water in and let the beads sit for play at another day. 


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