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Kiss My Face Peppermint Foot Scrub–Organic, Vegan & Cruelty-Free!

Do What Comes Naturally

Exfoliation for feet
Exfoliating Foot Scrub

As Jen mentioned the other day, women tend to subject their feet to more than their fair share of torture.  Perhaps no one is more guilty of doing so than yours truly–now that summer is here, I realize I should probably start taking better care of my tattered tootsies! That’s why I picked up this tube of cruelty-free peppermint foot scrub during a recent trip to the drugstore. If anyone’s feet needed to be exfoliated, mine certainly did–let me tell you, they’re anything but photogenic!

The online product description is short, sweet and self-explanatory: this good-for-you organic scrub helps dry, rough feet shed that unwanted layer of flaky or scaly skin–using only natural pumice and walnut shells as exfoliating agents.  In addition to buffing and polishing, sunflower oil (an excellent source of therapeutic vitamins A and E) also helps minimize further agony by moisturizing those poor, over-worked soles.

More good news about Kiss My Face: not only is the line cruelty-free, almost everything is also vegan (a few products list honey and/or beeswax among the ingredients; they’re listed in the FAQs). Hooray for humane, eco-friendly beauty!

Are my feet ready for their close-up now?  To be perfectly honest, I have only used the scrub once, thus far (on Saturday, to be exact), yet I can already see–and feel–an improvement in the overall texture and appearance.  I’ll be sure to keep you posted after subsequent use; I might even feel brave enough to share a pic!

Product image and info courtesy of Kiss My Face; mineral clarification is from the Mineral Information Institute.

Jen 2

Press samples have been provided for review. Opinions are the author’s own. Article may contain affiliate links.

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Jen Mathews is the Chief Bunny and social media maestro for My Beauty Bunny. She is also the President of Top Tier Media, a social media agency for beauty, fashion, health and lifestyle brands.

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7 comments

  1. I'm changing all of my products to ones that arent tested on animals but Ive been running into cruelty-free products alot. Is there a difference?

  2. The best way to tell if a product is cruelty free is to check for the Leaping Bunny or PETA logo. You can also check my list and/or contact the company directly. They will often tell you that the finished product isn't tested on animals, which means the ingredient suppliers might test on their behalf.

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