A refreshing and protective foot cream powered with the uplifting properties of cooling and deodorising Peppermint and the potency of antiseptic and anti-fungal Tea Tree essential oils. Highly emollient with vitamin-rich Avocado oil and deeply nourishing with Allantoin and Tigergrass in a Coconut oil base this lightweight and non-greasy formulation delivers lasting hydration and soothing action to support the care of common foot conditions including splits and cracks, hardened skin, minor wounds and infections and provides added relief from general discomfort such as overheating, aches and cramps for sustained care and refined foot confidence.
Ideally applied twice daily - at morning and night to freshly cleansed feet to hydrate, cool and relieve existing splits and lesions .
Squeeze 1-2 drops onto fingertips and gently massage onto feet, ankles and calves. STEP 2
Massage in until fully absorbed
PEPPERMINT (Essential Oil) is highly refreshing and uplifting, revitalising skin tissue and helps to stimulate the circulatory system. With it's naturally high menthol content Peppermint is invigorating on skin and cooling on redness and heat. It is also deodorising with its active components killing odour-causing bacteria.
TEA TREE (Essential Oil) is renowned for its powerful yet very gentle healing and protective properties and useful across a wide variety of ailments. The volatile essential oil contains over 100 different chemical components including the primary active ingredients terpene hydrocarbons, monoterpenes and sesquiterpenes which give Tea Tree its potent antibacterial, antiviral and antifungal benefit.
ALLANTOIN Our allantoin is plant-derived. Powerfully healing, it has the ability to boost cell renewal to support wound healing and is a powerful humectant drawing moisture in from the atmosphere and locking it into the skin. This helps skin to remain hydrated, further supported by the plant's addtiional softening and keratolytic action by sloughing off keratin - the top dead layer of skin to release younger supple cells to the skin surface.