Burt’s Bees Coconut Foot Cream isn’t a new product but after hibernating my feet all winter, I’ve just paid them proper attention and am horrified! They need some very serious love to turn them into anything that could possibly approach a summer shoe!
In my cupboard I found Burt’s Bees Coconut Foot Cream and it’s gorgeous. You will have to love coconut though because I’m not sure I know a more coconutty smelling beauty product. It’s quite a loose formula, so ideally I would use this to do an overnight intensive treatment with socks on – you can use it daily but go very sparingly in order not to slip slop in your flip flop. Interestingly, although it’s got a big splash on coconut, the actual coconut oil is the eight ingredient listed, preceded by Olive Fruit Oil, Lanolin, Glycerine and oat, so the coconut smell is from the added fragrance rather than the natural ingredient.
Nonetheless, it’s very skin softening, very luscious and I’d highly recommend as a cure for gnarly-winter-foot-shock. Burt’s Bees Coconut Foot Cream is £11.99 HERE.
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Sounds like a winner…was thinking of buying this alongside with some other Burts products for a Mothers day gift!
It’s been years since I’ve used anything by Burt’s Bee’s, I might give this a go! My absolute favourite go to foot cream is Flexitol, it’s thick, and perfect for Winter feet. My feet get dry in the Autumn/Winter and Flexitol is the only stuff that I feel actually does something to my feet. If I’ve been shopping all day and my feet just ache, I slap this on and it’s instant relief. I also like Soap and Glory’s Heel Genius for keeping things nice during the lighter months.
Love this stuff!
Love Burt Bees products, they smell so amazing as well!
I have recently found out the wonders of coconut oil especially for the hair. I just wrote a post about it today at kashystardust.blogspot.com,
I will be trying this cream out as I have atrocious feet! I need to give some TLC
Shea Butter does wonder for dry feet too 🙂
I’m blessed to not have dry/cracked feet. But they do peel at the bottom quite a bit. I think its never too late to fix something that isn’t broken, just to enhance it a bit. Definitely going to try this bad boy.
Try their sugar scrub too Jane. Its wonderful and works well on feet, prepping them for the cream.
I love Burt’s Bees!