Editor's Rating & Review
Made with shea butter, beeswax and mango butter, this moisturizer not only softens cuticles but works well on elbows and feet, too. The lemon scent smells delicious in the container but once on the skin it takes on a burning wood fragrance. Because it's extremely thick and greasy, use sparingly and at night. Watch the expiration date; you probably won't make it through the cute container in time.
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Lush Fair Trade Foot Lotion Reviews
love!its very moisturizing and isnt greasy! the formula is very thick and can get greasy quick if u use a lot. lush is natural, which i love. — 2 years, 6 months agokenya | 503 reviews
Good for softening, deodorizing, and soothing sore feetI rub this lotion all over my feet and then massage it into my calves when I'm feeling achy. It contains arnica, which is good for sore muscles. If it didn't smell so strong (good, but overwhelming), I'd use it for moisture and sore muscle relief all over. What annoys me is that Lush only offers it in a big tub. A little of this expensive product goes a long way, and I'd greatly appreciate a smaller option. Not only would it be more budget-friendly, but it makes sense for the product, which will probably go bad before I can use it all. — 3 years, 8 months agoteshie | 396 reviews
Lush fairtrade foot lotionJust gorgeous and leaves feet smelling and feeling...well Lush! Not tested on animals; the ingredients or end product which makes it 10/10 ;0) — 2 months, 3 weeks agopaul_thomas | 1 reviews
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