Thursday, August 2, 2012
LUSH Fair Trade Foot Lotion review
I love pink and I love mint. Lush Fair Trade Foot Lotion happens to be both pink and pepperminty! Win! Mint is the one plant I grow every year; I think it's great in fresh, tea, and lotion form. LUSH Fair Trade foot lotion actually contains two different mint oils to cool the feet: peppermint and spearmint. When applied, I get a mild tingly and cooling sensation. The texture is just right; it's thick for a lotion, but not quite a cream. There's a good bit of cocoa butter (fair trade cocoa butter to be exact) in it, which is yet another ingredient I can never get enough of. LUSH Fair Trade Foot Lotion has a good balance of conditioning without being overly oily. It sinks in at a good speed so I don't have to walk around with greasy feet. At the same time, the cocoa butter will definitely soften your feet. For reference, if you're familiar with Burt's Bees products, this is significantly less oily and deep conditioning than the Coconut Foot Cream, but more conditioning and less pepperminty than Burt's Peppermint Foot Lotion. Like I said, it's a good balance.
Overall, I'm a fan of my LUSH Fair Trade Foot Lotion. Mint, cocoa butter, and pink are always good in my book. If you're looking for a little pep (permint) in your step, it's worth a try! Thanks for reading! Have you tried LUSH Fair Trade Foot Cream? What are your favorite foot treatment products? Do you prefer heavier, lighter, or no foot creams in the summer?