Lush Pied de Pepper Reviews
Product Type: Lush body care
Description:Brand: Lush / Texture: Cream / Type: Moisturiser / What it does: Restores, / Restore worn out feet and refresh your soles with a pot of Pied de Pepper, Lush's spicy foot cream which aims to breath life back into tired toes
Newest Review: ... that paint colour on Morris Minor cars), ie a kind of pale pinky brown. The scent is very delicious and spicy, with a vanilla ... more
Customer Lush Pied de Pepper Reviews (21)
by - written on 30/10/07 (Very useful, 253 readings)
I cannot believe just how cold it is right now, first we have no summer time and now winter has come early so it means everyone is wrapping up warm to avoid catching all kinds of bugs and diseases from one another and to keep the cold out. The one thing I cant stand about the cold weather however is having cold feet or having someone putting their cold feet onto me to steal my warmth. Iím kind of lucky because I always have warm hands and feet (and you know what they say warm feet warm heart or is it cold heart lol) but Iím not happy to share it, not even with Steve. So I needed a solution and off I went to Lush after reading some reviews about Pied De ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/07/11 (Very useful, 37 readings)
In summer my favourite foot product is the lush foot lotion which cools my feet right down and leaves them feeling refreshed. In winter though with the cold weather the lotion is not as pleasurable and I much prefer something that warms me up so I like to use the pied de pepper foot from lush as it not only soothes my feet but also has a lovely warming sensation and smell. It comes in the usual lush black pot which contains 100g of lotion. The lotion itself is a lovely dusky colour which goes really well with its smell which is spicy and rich. The consistency is quite runny to you have to make sure to be careful when scooping some up in your hands or else it ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/04/10 (Very useful, 81 readings)
Pied de Pepper is designed to be a foot lotion, containing ginger, cinnamon and clove oils for their aromatheraputic and deodorising properties, and olive oil and cocoa butter to moisturise. It is currently £6.55 for 100g, and comes, like most of Lush's liquids, in a black pot. If you collect 5 black pots you can exchange them for a free fresh face mask in any branch of Lush. The pot is labelled with the product ingredients, description, person who made it and the date it was made and the use by date. I will say straight away that I love this product. Pied de Pepper is one of those products that make me think, 'Yes, this is what Lush is all about'. It smells ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/02/10 (Very useful, 38 readings)
I have very low blood pressure, and as result often have extremely cold feet (to the extent that I can use them as weapons to terrorize my boyfriend)! Fun though that is, it can get very uncomfortable, especially in cold student rooms in the middle of winter. So when I got a sample of this in my lovely little 'Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes' box, I was understandably optimistic, as it markets itself as a warming foot lotion. This was pretty new to me to be honest, as I am used to seeing foot creams made with ingredients such as peppermint, known for its cooling properties. Whilst that might be good for bringing swelling down after a night in killer heels, it was no ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/08/09, updated on 14/08/09 (Very useful, 67 readings)
Very similar to marmite people will either love or hate Lush. Reasons to hate include the pushy (on commission) sales people and the smell. The latter one puts my boyfriend off. Reasons to love include their ethics or not testing products or ingredient on animals, the wide range of products and products that actually work. although I'm not here to talk about Lush I am here to discuss their "Pied De Pepper, foot lotion" with you. Firstly Looks? Well it is presented in the well known black pots with white writing and a yellow/green sticker. The pots are 100g (travel friendly), and have a screw top lid and made out of plastic. The white ... Read the complete review
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