LUSH Foot Soak Fancy Free Review

If you are a follower of my blog, you know about my recent Lush Cosmetics haul and how excited I was to get my items! The reviews for the “Lush Fancy Foot Soak and Fancy Free” are quite good, so I decide to give it a try. The employees in the store swear by it, so I knew I had to try it! This Fancy Foot Soak is packed with Irish moss powder, epsom and fine salts. It has an amazing scent which smells of Lavender and Jasmine! Lavender is one of my favorite scents, so combined with the great ingredients of this foot soak, makes a great combination for me.

Even though all of that stuff sounds good and all, lets talk about my actual experience with the product! First, start off by getting a foot bath going of hot/warm water. The idea of this product is for it to last through at least four foot baths. The hardest part of using this product is getting it into the foot bath, as it is a hard round disc. The easiest way I found was to dip 1/4 of the foot bath in the water and let it dissolve that way. I also broke some parts off. It would be MUCH easier if the foot soak was in powder form, the product would be perfect.

After getting through the hard part, allowing the salts to dissolve in the water, I let my foot soak for about 20 minutes – very relaxing! I love how this smells and it’s perfect for a pedicure. It left my feet feeling baby soft and absolutely amazing. Even days later, my feet are still soft.

Overall, the product is worth the $7 as you do get quite a few uses out of it. It’s also great to use when giving yourself or someone else a pedicure. Check out my post on some other great pedicure items to try!

I’m off to try more of my Lush products, ciao!


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