SOFTENING PEPPERMINT FOOT SOAK 250ML
Designed to cleanse and refresh tired feet and legs. The foaming soak softens and deodorises the feet due to the antiseptic qualities and provides stimulation and rejuvenation. Cooling sensation due to the properties of the natural essential oils.
This product is cruelty free and not tested on animals.
Peppermint, Tea Tree, Eucalyptus, Lavender and Chamomile
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