Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Indie Lee - The Foot Scrub

Product #1 this week was Indie Lee Lemongrass Citrus Body Wash
Product #2 this week was Indie Lee The Eye Balm 
Product #3 this week was:  The Cleanser 

Product #4 this week is: The Foot Scrub 


Yet another Indie Lee product I picked up when there was a Hautelook sale was The Foot Scrub.  Lord knows my feet need all the help they can get these days.  I remember when I was young and my feet were always soft and I thought it was so weird that other people got dry feet.  Well, now I don't live in sneakers and it seems my feet notice the change.  I like the use this scrub during a nice long bath.  I will end a bath with a mini pedicure by doing a scrub and then moisturizing when I get out of the tub.  This scrub is really nice.  It has the refreshing scent of Tea Tree and Mint and feels really nice on my feet after a long day.  I have a lot of problems with my feet so any pampering feels great.  This scrub isn't like the body scrub from Indie Lee.  This one is more coarse and less dense.  It really is a true salt scrub but the skin on your feet is tough so it is just right for a foot scrub.  I tend to use extra on my heels and the callous I always get on my big toes.  Your skin is really sensitive and very absorbent after a good exfoliation so it is important to follow up with a good natural foot cream, balm or lotion after.  Then I wear little ankle socks to keep the moisture on my feet for as long as I can.  I usually wear them to bed and kick them off during the middle of the night. Your feet do a lot of hard work, why not give them a little treat now and then!

Info from the Indie Lee Website

Indie created this natural scrub with shoe lovers in mind.  Use The Foot Scrub to polish and beautify your feet so you can kick up your heels in your favorite strappy sandals or peep toe pumps.
$24.00

Ingredients -100 % Natural: Dead Sea Salt, Pacific Sea Salt, Atlantic Sea Salt, Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis (sweet almond) Oil, Essential Oils of Melaleuca Alternifolia (tea tree), Mentha Piperita (peppermint) and Eucalyptus Globulus

Directions - Scoop a small portion into hands and massage thoroughly onto damp feet, preferably after soaking for a few minutes.  Massage rough areas like heels and callouses in a circular motion.  Rinse well and pat dry.  Use once or twice weekly. Best results if followed by The Body Balm. 12.0 oz






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