You can use essential oils for feet for a variety of conditions.
For example, you can massage tired feet with a blend of either 4 drops or lavender or peppermint essential oil in 2 teaspoons of carrier oil. Feel free to experiment with different essential oils for foot massage.
For swollen feet, use 3 drops of lavender and 2 drops of Roman chamomile in 2 teaspoons carrier oil.
Feeling a little depressed? Healing with Aromatherapy recommends the following foot massage blend:
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For bunions, The Essential Oils Desk Reference recommends:
Apply two to four drops of this blend on and around the bunion two to three times a day until the bunion is gone. This blend may take six to eight weeks or longer to work.
* Raven is a proprietary blend available exclusively from Young Living Essential Oils. It contains ravensara, lemon, wintergreen, peppermint, and eucalyptus radiata.
Another option that may help relieve the pain and swelling of bunions is to apply lavender, sweet marjoram, or peppermint essential oil (dilute as desired), according to Massage & Aromatherapy: Simple Techniques to Use at Home.
For more about bunions and the conventional medical approach to them, see this article on MedicineNet.
For corns, The Essential Oils Desk Reference recommends:
Apply one drop of the blend directly on the corn two to three times a day until the corn dissolves.
You can also try applying undiluted lavender or tea tree oil to corns. More about corns at MedicineNet.
For rough skin on your feet, use the following cream:
Source: Aromatherapy Massage
To make an aromatherapy foot powder, 500 Formulas For Aromatherapy suggests:
Before applying powder to your feet, rub at least 5 drops of grapeseed oil onto the bottom of each foot.