I believe that the best gift you can give yourself is a long, luxurious pedicure. Lush has a wonderful set that makes it easy for you to gift yourself with some relaxation time, plus you get beautiful sandal-ready feet in the process. Their latest set is called Happy Feet ($24.95).
The kit comes wrapped in a super cute reusable Knot Wrap. And inside are four great products that definitely make your feet happy.
Here’s a first peek inside: Geo Phyzz Bath Bomb, Volcano Foot Mask, Stepping Stone Foot Scrub, and Fair Trade Foot Lotion.
What a great collection of happiness for your feet!
The Geo Phyzz Bath Bomb is definitely big enough for several uses – I cut mine in half and then in half again. This bomb is specifically made to relax sore muscles with Hawaiian Sea Salt and volcanic clay. The scent is wonderful, it smells of pine and sandalwood and takes you right to the beach.
You follow your relaxing Geo Phyzz foot bath with a fantastic Volcano Foot Mask. Smooth on this mixture of kaolin, pumice, papaya, lemon juice, and tomato, and then wrap your feet in plastic (I use those plastic grocery bags, or else Saran Wrap). Sit for ten minutes with your feet up, which helps your circulation, and read something naughty like Fifty Shades of Grey. Then follow with this little guy:
The Stepping Stone Foot Scrub, my vote for one of Lush’s cutest products ever. Made of pumice, sea salt, lemon and lime, this little guy scrubs away the Volcanic Foot Mask and leaves your feet amazingly soft and smelling fantastic. I find the best way to use it is to break off small pieces then scrub them onto your foot.
Then after you rinse and dry your feet, finish the experience by smoothing on some Fair Trade Foot Lotion. It’s full of super moisturizing cocoa butter, plus both spearmint and peppermint oils to soothe achey tootsies. It smells fantastic and is the perfect way to finish the job of making your feet extremely happy. (Here’s a hint – use this lotion anywhere on your body that aches, like your shoulders or your back.) And now that your feet are happy, it’s time to get to back to that book…