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Friday July 20th 2018

Review: Hand & Foot Spa Products from the Homestead Company

Recently – and with perfect timing I should add! – I was sent some pampering products from the Homestead Company (http://www.homesteadcompany.com) to review – including:

  • Hand & Foot Scrub (with Emu & Kukui Nut Oil)
  • Hand & Foot Lotion (peppermint & eucalyptus)
  • Brush/Pumice

    My first impression upon opening the packaging was how much care appeared to go into getting the product to me. From the Homestead Company logo on the side of the box, to the perfect sizing and packing for the items enclosed. Even knowing in advance that they were arriving, I still gained the warm glow that one gets from receiving a gift; such was the attention put into it.

    Closer inspection of the products was no less appealing, with the overall feeling that these were high quality products – and I confess to being a little excited to try them out!

    Given the fact that I can’t remember what my natural hair color is, I should say that I’m not someone who goes out of their way to purchase ‘all natural’ products and I have to say I was slightly curious as to whether the undoubted quality and value here was going to be a little lost on me.

    Upon opening the Hand & Foot Scrub, there was a very slight and pleasant nutty aroma that invited more questions about the product than it answered. The texture held just the right balance with its Dead Sea salt mixed with raw shea butter.

    I have avoided these types of scrubs for a long time now since I felt they left my skin drier after use than softer. This was due largely to the fact that I had to wash the stuff off with soap, defeating the purpose of using it in the first place. The balance of butters and oils always required the use of soap to remove them. This one was different though.

    I decided I didn’t have the time to go for the ‘best results’ suggestions on the package(the product suggests softening the skin first with a lemon juice and warm water). Even so, I have to say the results I got were great and next time I will try the soak first. The thing that pleased me the most was the fact that I could wash it off with warm water with no soap necessary.

    According to the Homestead Company the features are:

  • Our all natural Hand & Foot scrub is made with dead sea salt, and raw shea butter. It’s sure to soothe dry and cracked skin on hands and feet.
  • Use the Peppermint/Eucalyptus Hand & Foot Lotion to soothe tired feet and help to heal dry skin throughout the day.
  • The pumice stone is great for sloughing away calluses and rough skin.
  • Most lotions have ingredients that actually dry out the skin, causing your skin to need more frequent applications.

    I can’t argue with any of that but what I know is that they worked perfectly and I found myself drifting away and relaxing!!

    Recommended!!

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