This is not a pretty soap, but it has a special use. It’s Pumice Foot Soap. Remember the Lava Soap that mechanics use to scrub grease and tar off their hands? I remember my dad using it after working on the car. Well, this soap has that same feel to it, thanks to the pumice powder. I’m sure it would be good as a hand soap, but it’s especially great for scrubbing away that rough skin on the heels of your feet! No more need for that pumice stone! This soap also leaves your feet a little more moisturized-feeling than if you just used a pumice stone.
I don’t remember what Lava Soap smells like, but for this soap, I combined Moroccan Mint with a little Tea Tree Oil. I added tea tree oil because it’s supposed to be an anti-inflammatory and is said to be good for athletes foot. I don’t have anything to back that up, except I read it on the internet, so it must be true! Anyway, I thought it was worth trying in this foot soap. I added the Moroccan Mint to soften the scent of the tea tree oil.
I love the way my feet feel after using this sandpaper – er, I mean pumice soap – on them.
One side of each bar is smooth and the other side is wavy to make it easier to hold onto.
We recommend following up with a moisturizer. Your feet will love it.