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The Body Shop Lemongrass Foot Polish :: Review

The Body Shop Lemongrass Foot Polish :: Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 27, 2006
( Rating: 5 Star Rating)

Its almost summer and its time to pamper your feet. Your feet should always look good though, not just in the summer, and Lemongrass Foot Polish will have your feet lookin great all year round.

Even if it's the middle of winter there's no reason to neglect your feet - they should look good all the time, especially in the summer. Here's something to keep your feet soft and fresh all year round. The Body Shop's Lemongrass Deodorizing Foot Polish will have your feet lookin' great after just one use.

To pamper your feet, run yourself a bath and scrub your feet with Lemongrass Deodorizing Foot Polish using a cloth or puff. Concentrate on the balls of your feet (the pad near your toes) and the heel area cuz feet tend to get calluses in these areas.

The cleanser, made with lemongrass oil, smells like fresh lemons and it has little grains (ground pumice stone) in it to gently slough off that dead, yucky skin. Your feet will feel soft, fresh and clean when you're done. With regular use, your feet will always be soft and pretty.

Lemongrass Deodorizing Foot Polish is available at a Body Shop location near you or you can to buy it online. It costs around $8.00 US ($10.95 CDN.) Treat your feet to a Lemongrass scrub after a rough day on the slope!

Rating:5

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