Burt’s Bees Peppermint Foot Lotion

I had wanted to buy Burt’s Bees Coconut Foot Creme but ended up getting Burt’s Bees Peppermint Foot Lotion instead. 

This is a basic invigorating foot lotion.  If I were to compare it with Neat Feat, my other foot cream, this natural foot lotion only softens my feet, but doesn’t do as much for my cracked heels.

But I like the fact that it’s a natural formula and the combination of peppermint oil, parsley leaf oil, and menthol do help to soothe and calm my tired feet at the end of the day.  It also has sunflower, wheat germ, and coconut oils to soften my feet, plus emollient beeswax and vitamin E to protect against rough calluses.  And most important, the texture of the lotion is just right.  Not too diluted nor too rich.  Hence, my hands do not feel so sticky after application. 

However, I’m not keen on the smell.  My son hates it.  Everytime I use this, he tells me it’s smelly and turns away from me.  So this is good when I want to stop him from being too clingy.  HA. 

Burt’s Bees Peppermint Foot Lotion comes in a 3.38oz tube with pretty illustrations and is available at S$18 if you purchase from Whoopeekiddies and slightly more at Dargon Dors Cosmetics, #03-1126, 32 New Market Road (People’s Park Complex).

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  1. says

    Hi S, The Coconut Foot creme is quite effective. I bought the busy bee kit and one of the items is the creme. Been using it the last few nites and I like it, even though the smell is quite strong, but pleasant. I will do a review of it soon :)

    Doris: Aiyah…shld have bot the coconut as I’ve planned instead of listening to suggestions…


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