Lotil - Foot Cream

Lotil - Foot Cream

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    Seriously Good Foot Care with Aloe Vera Extract

    Lotil Foot Cream is the latest addition to the Lotil range. It is a rich, moisturising formula that penetrates deep into the skin to nourish, seal in moisture and soften hard, dry skin.

    Lotil Foot Cream also contains added Rosemary Extract, a highly effective anti-oxidant that protects and softens the skin, and Aloe Vera, well known for its moisturising and soothing properties as well as its anti-inflammatory benefits.

    Net Weight: 114 ml/4 oz.

    Aqua Solvent/diluent Glyceryl Stearate SE Emulsifier, Glycerin Humectant, Lanolin Alcohol Moisturiser, Benzyl Alcohol Preservative/Bactericide, Cetearyl Alcohol Emulsifier, Oleic Acid Emulsifier, Triethanolamine Emulsifier, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Extract Moisturizer, Rosmarinus Officinalis (Rosemary) Leaf Extract Antioxidant/Preservative, Stearic Acid Emulsifier, Cannabis Sativa Seed Oil Emollient, Propylparaben Preservative
    Gently massage into your skin until the cream is completely absorbed. Always apply after washing, before going to bed and particularly during cold, dry weather.

    • product title:
    • Foot Cream
    • product-type:
    • Foot & Leg Treatments
    • pd-rating:
    • 5
    • pd-rating-count:
    • 2
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4.5 Stars based on 2
By Alex
June 6, 2016
softens the skin of the feet , relieves stress.
Prosa good price.
Consquickly spent.
By Tiffany J.
Richmond, VA
July 23, 2015
I'm not usually the type to use stuff like foot creams but I decided to give this one a try for the heck of it. I used to walk barefoot for years because I hated wearing shoes. Because of that, the soles of my feet were always rough. After using this foot cream for a while though, the soles of my feet have softened considerably and I can't even consider walking barefoot anymore. I can't believe I stayed away from these creams for so long.
Pros Softens the rough areas of feet
ConsLeaves skin a bit oily at first