It seems a bit premature to be thinking about sandals or flip fops and sunny climates but thank fully the good british weather has been kind to us recently.
Feet are a funny thing to talk about right? But good footcare can really help with overall wellbeing and health, using foot care products for just a few weeks can really transform your foot health.
Foot Gel or Foot Balm?
People often think that only one foot product is required to keep your foot health in one order, and although we have two to offer these have been specifically formulated to be used in different environments. Our Foot balm is a heavier cream which we would recommend for a more intensive foot therapy, for example, for someone on their feet much of the day. Our Gel is a much lighter formula and more refreshing treatment. It is very easy to apply and has an almost instantaneous cooling effect.
Tea Tree, Rosemary & Geranium Foot Gel
This is a cooling gel with soothing Aloe Vera as the main ingredient, a recent review said this was 'Super refreshing. A spa in a tube' This product also contains Sweet Almond Oil, Calendula, Jojoba and Avocado Oil, helping to provide and lock in moisture. Together with the combination of Lavender (calming and soothing), Ginger & Rosemary (anti-inflammatory) and Tea Tree (natural anti-bacterial) essential oils this gel really helps relax and nourish the feet. An excellent product to use after a walk to help cool and refresh hot, tired feet.
The essential oils also give it a beautiful smell meaning that this light and easily absorbable gel is a pleasure to use.
Neem, Pine & Tea Tree Foot Balm
Neem has been used in ayurvedic medicine in Southern Asia for thousands of years. Its anti-bacterial properties, together with those of Tea Tree and Pine, make it perfect for a foot balm.
The balm also includes Shea Butter and Beeswax - an excellent combination of fatty acids and vitamins that work especially well on dry skin and cracked heels. I like to apply it at night and then put on some socks to allow the product to absorb thoroughly into my feet.