Lush Fair Trade Foot Lotion

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Lush Fair Trade Foot Lotion

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Lush Fair Trade Foot Lotion

Where should I begin from, I am so lazy when it comes to foot care!  I hated to take care of my feet which eventually and obviously led to ugly and cracked feet. At that point, the light bulb in my head instantly turned on.  I tried looking after my feet like scrubbing them, using foot masks, foot lotions, Krack cream, but nothing helped except pedicure and thanks to the lady who cleaned my feet and since then I have been maintaining my feet using coco butter and things like that, but nothing really made such a huge difference.

Fair Trade Foot Lotion

I hated the feeling of oily legs and I still remember walking around and slipping after applying these creams.  I totally avoided applying cream on the feet because of this and then one day, I discovered some lovely products from Lush, the Volcanic Foot Mask and Fair Trade Foot Lotion.  These products just made me look after my feet much better, i.e., the unique smell, texture and color of these products can make anyone take some extra care of their feet.  Unfortunately, I don’t have Volcanic Foot Mask and I need to repurchase it, but today, I will be reviewing Fair Trade Foot Lotion by Lush.  So guys, happy reading!

Product Description:

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Fair Trade Foot Lotion

Are your Achilles or a bit tendon?  Soothe, cool and soften them – then put your best foot forward!  We have been doing versions of this cream for well over 20 years and we think we really have it cracked now.  A whole foot-locker of ingredients to treat and soothe tired, sore and unsightly feet. Peppermint and spearmint stimulate the circulation, bring blood to the surface of the skin and give a cool feeling. With arnica to help with bruising and swelling and cocoa butter and almond oil to help soften the skin and prevent cracks.  Now, we know this is too much information – but our Mark has the most revolting feet. He invented and perfected this lotion just for him, because he would be banned from the marital bed if he didn’t keep on top of the situation. He describes his feet before Fair Trade Foot Lotion as “vile prehistoric scaly things”. With it, he is just about part of the human race. If it can work for him, it can work for anyone.
Great used alongside Volcano Foot Mask – another product invented to keep on top of Mark’s Achilles heel!
We used fairtrade cocoa butter in this, because hardworking cocoa growers should be able to put their feet up sometimes too.

Fair Trade Foot Lotion


£8.95 (225 g).

Quantitative Ingredients:

Water, Arnica Infusion,Almond Oil, Fair Trade Organic Cocoa Butter,Glycerine, Stearic Acid,Triethanolamine,Spearmint Oil, Peppermint Oil, Tagetes Oil, Lanolin,Cetearyl Alcohol,*Limonene, *Linalool,Perfume, Colour 17200,Methylparaben, Propylparaben.

My Take on Lush Fair Trade Foot Lotion:

This foot lotion is quite creamy and rather different from other foot creams which are thick.  Here goes the detailed description.

Feel:  Peppermint fresh smell makes me use it quite often because I love anything that relaxes, calms and moisturises my tired feet at the same time without being sticky.  Another thing is that its absorption power is very good and it sinks into the skin when rubbed and doesn’t leave any sort of oiliness or stickiness.

Fair Trade Foot Lotion

Texture:  It has a creamy, silky, smooth, rich and non-sticky texture. Colour is another added advantage, its of lilac-pink colour and makes it a unique foot lotion.

Staying Power:  It stays for 6-8 hours depending on the dryness of the skin. I apply it every night and this works good for me.

Fair Trade Foot Lotion

Packaging:  Comes in a big black pot with typical Lush packaging which can recycled.

Pros of Lush Fair Trade Foot Lotion:

  • Creamy feel without stickiness or oiliness.
  • Good absorption power.
  • Leaves skin smooth and moisturised.
  • No greasiness.
  • Doesn’t leave oily stains on the floor when you walk.
  • Lilac-pink coloured cream.
  • Available in India.
  • Calming minty fragrance.
  • Heals rough skin.
  • Fair trade product (read about it!)

Cons of Lush Fair Trade Foot Lotion:

  • Comes in only one big size.
  • Expensive.
  • Being a Lush product, it has parabens.

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Do I Recommend Lush Fair Trade Foot Lotion?

Yes, this is another must-try product from Lush because it’s something different compared to the old-fashioned Crack creams.  It smell great, leaves skin hydrated, and the heals the feet.  Not only does it soothe and heal sore feet, but being a fair trade product, it is another advantage as it helps create opportunities for farmers in developing countries, so it is a foot lotion with a difference.

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12 thoughts on “Lush Fair Trade Foot Lotion

  1. Harika.. Where did you get the Android mascot.. I sooo desperately want it… (The huge android fan in me is screaming).. Sorry for ignoring the product that also looks awesome..

    1. Lol it was gift for my boyfriend from me I found in a uk based mobile accessory website can’t remember but it’s easily found in eBay uk it’s actually a speaker with a memory card and radio so, it’s a kool looking device which music playing ability kool huh? Xx

  2. Good review, Harika. That lotion looks good enough to eat. I think it would have to be hidden from little kids, emotional teenagers and people prone to partying a little too much on Friday nights. 😛 I would have definitely bought if it did not have parabens. I mean, the whole point of buying an overprice Lush product is that it is paraben-free, right? 😐

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