$14.95 – $24.95
Moisturises and softens tired feet, aching feet and legs while leaving a cooling sensation. Peppermint refreshes and neutralises odour while tea tree oil and chamomile soothe skin irritations and rubbed toes. It can be used all over the body including those common dry areas like elbows and hands.
This product is cruelty free and not tested on animals.
Peppermint, Tea Tree Oil, Chamomile, Lanolin and Aloe Vera
We will be closing on Monday 8 January 2018 and will reopen at 1:30pm on Tuesday, 23 January 2018. If you wish to book an appointment, you can now book online by clicking on the BOOK ONLINE tab found on the header of each page of our website.
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Mia-Office Administrator The youngest member of our team, Mia is a dynamic office administrator. Mia is currently studying nursing and plays an active role in our infection control procedures and assisting our podiatrists. Outside of work Mia likes to stay active by participating in netball and hitting the gym.
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