$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
Cold vs heat therapy, which one is best for your injury? Cold therapy often called cryotherapy is the use of ice. Ice should be applied immediately after an injury has occurred. Ice will numb pain, reduce inflammation and bruising of the injured area due to vasoconstriction of the blood vessels. This is most effective when done within […]
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