Second Hope - Mild Mint Foot Balm

Price:£17.50

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30% of the product price is donated to this charity.

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Second Hope is the only UK charity specifically for people living with advanced breast cancer. The charity is run purely by volunteers which means that all donations received go to fulfil our charitable aims and objectives, not to pay salaries or expensive overheads.

 

The feet can suffer as a result of treatment for cancer. Some clients tell us of the skin on the feet and the soles of the feet becoming sore and flaking as a side effect of some cancer treatments.

We have often been asked to develop a balm to help and protect the feet. We wanted a healing and soothing balm that wouldn’t sit too heavily on the skin. We think we have got it right, after a long time trying. We also wanted a balm that wouldn’t cause you to slip and slide around the bathroom. We can’t guarantee that; we haven’t seen your bathroom floor (thank Heavens you haven’t seen our bathroom floor either!) so please take good care.

Defiant Beauty Mild Mint Foot Balm is both light and moisturising. Many cancer patients are advised to cover their feet in a thick layer of balm and to cover them in cotton socks. We have taken this advice into account when formulating and have created a multi-tasking balm that will be absorbed when a small amount is applied; allowing you to continue with everyday tasks. The Defiant Beauty Balm will, when applied in a thick layer and covered with cotton socks, provide a more intensive moisturising experience.


Instructions for use

Apply a small amount to the affected area. For an intensive moisturising experience, apply a thick layer to the feet, cover in cotton socks, put your feet up and have a cup of tea.

 

Ingredients

Theobroma cacao (Cocoa Butter), Cocos nucifera (Coconut Butter), Apricot kernel oil (Prunus Armeniaca), Calendula oil (Calendula Officinalis), Beeswax (Cera Flava), Vitamin E (Tocopherol), Spearmint (Mentha Viridis), Orange (Citrus Aurantium Amara)