Lush Stepping Stone Reviews
Product Type: Lush Bath & Shower
Description:Brand: Lush / Type: Bath Melt
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Customer Lush Stepping Stone Reviews (15)
by - written on 03/03/12 (Very useful, 88 readings)
Stepping Stone by Lush I first tried this product when I bought one of their little boxes with a few foot products in for Fresher's week I think it was one year. I have since bought a few of these and it remains one of my favourites from Lush. Lush is just such a fun store and they are committed to helping the environment and not testing on animals. Many of their products are vegan friendly and if they are they have the vegan symbol beside them online and in the shop. The staff who work in the shops are always knowledgeable and full of enthusiasm for the products. Their products have a little packing as possible and either come in plastic ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/04/11, updated on 02/11/11 (Very useful, 60 readings)
I love toiletries and I love Lush, but I'm sure you didn't need me to advise you of that, particularly if you are familiar with the topic of the majority of my reviews. Fortunately, there is not a Lush store on my doorstep, which is a positive thing, particularly as I would be spending rather too much money! My nearest store is in Cardiff City Centre and is somewhere I visit approximately once every three weeks and as a result I frequently find myself leaving with a bag containing several gorgeous goodies. Unfortunately, the store was recently closed for refurbishment and as a result, I suffered major Lush withdrawal! For a considerable number of years I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/10/11 (Very useful, 28 readings)
My feet are not very nice and need a lot of work to get them up to scratch. One of the tools I use to keep them looking nice is a foot scrub and one of my little treats to myself are these stepping stone foot scrubs from Lush. I say treat myself because they are rather expensive at £2.80 but once in a while they are nice to use and do wonders for my feet as well as smelling nice. I firstly love the looking of these little foot scrubs. They are green and look like Kermit the Frog feet to me, very cute. I think the feet shape also makes them quite easy to hold on to and grip and that then allows you to rub them over your feet and direct them to specific spots ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/04/11 (Very useful, 33 readings)
My poor feet have gone for years without their fair share of pampering, this wasn't through lack of trying, more through lack of decent product. For this reason when I saw this stepping stone in Lush I immediately picked it up. I did this quite simply because I love Lush's products and trust them to do the job their designed to do. What Is It? ~~~~~~~ This is basically a green pumice shaped like a foot. It is designed to not only scrub away dead skin making your feet feel smoother but also moisturise and add minerals. It's supposed to smell just like the "you've been mangoed" products but I have never used these so ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/08/10 (Very useful, 20 readings)
Lush's latest foot scrub, Stepping Stone, is a vibrant green pumice-based scrub cunningly shaped like a little foot and designed to make your feet soft and lovely so you're not embarrassed to wear sandals in the summer. It's £2.75 off their website or in the shops and as ever with Lush it requires no packaging and is as environmentally friendly as possible. It's also vegan, which is nice. £2.75 seems like a lot for such a little thing, you get about four goes out of it and you could buy a whole tube of something from Boots and be good all summer. Is it worth it? It's a qualified Yes from me. The smell is simply gorgeous, all citrussy and ... Read the complete review
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