I’d recommend Volcano Foot mask for an intense treatment, then soaking with an avobath bath bomb in a washing up bowl or something similar, scrubbing with stepping stone foot scrub and then fairtrade foot lotion or if it’s really dry - lemony flutter!
Scrub and moisturise regularly and then treat to a mask and soak once a week or so to help them soften!
Hope it helps!
You could always make a cocktail with Think Pink Bath Bomb or you could always try the Happy Blooming or Melting Marshmallow Moment bath Melts! https://www.lush.co.uk/bath
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What we do with our organic compost
Over 220 tonnes of organic compost a year- what do we do with it?!
We produce lots of organic compost due to using FRESH ingredients in our products. All the banana skins, avocado peel, papaya stones get put into a big skip. We also add our own products. When filling the moulds all the spills, and scrappings can go in our skip too.
Where does it go?
It goes to ‘thisiseco’, a local composting company which takes garden waste, compost, soil, old pallets etc.. and turns them into wonderful useful products.
The compost is placed on a moving heap that is turned for three months. The heap aerobically (using oxygen) breaks down, and gets up to 70 degrees in the center! It is monitored to make sure it doesn’t get too dry (they will then spray with liquid) or too wet (they add sawdust from the chipped pallets). At the end of the 3 months it is sieved to remove any unwanted items. A large magnet extracts any metal. This is then used on acres of land around the site to grow turf!
Why don’t we just send it to Landfill?
In the UK we throw away around 8million tonnes of food waste. The waste that goes to landfill creates methane gas, which is a green house gas. By ensuring it is turned down into compost it is being used again as an important addition to soil, for structure, microbes and fungus!
Do your bit
Do you have space for composting at home? Local councils have different schemes to help you get started, and then you can produce your own compost for you garden! Some allotments also have composting bins. Otherwise most councils offer a food waste bin. By making sure you add your organic waste to this it stops it going to landfill and instead makes a great product good for the environment!” —https://www.lush.co.uk/content/view/3986