This post brought to you by Tree Hut. All opinions are 100% mine.
It is officially sandal season! Tree Hut has some amazing natural beauty products that will have your feet feeling soft and looking pretty. I was lucky enough to receive several of the new hand and foot care products for my review.
My feet were happy to come out of winter hibernation, especially to an at-home spa treatment with Tree Hut foot scrub. First, I soaked my feet in a warm bath and then used Tree Hut Exfoliating Foot Scrub with Natural Peppermint Oil and Sugar. This foot scrub uses real sugar to naturally exfoliate dry, rough skin. The smell of Peppermint oil is a refreshing wake-up call to me and my tired feet, plus it moisturizes skin.
After the foot scrub, I finished with Tree Hut foot cream. This is a rich formula that is full of anti-aging ingredients like argan oil and rose hip oil. I love how the foot cream repairs and moisturizes some of the hardest places to keep soft – my heels. It leaves my feet feeling fresh and a little tingly.
My feet need to be cared for regularly to keep them looking and feeling their best all summer long. It only takes a few minutes to enjoy a Tree Hut foot care session. And it’s so worth it for fabulous-looking feet during sandal season!
Don’t forget to take good care of your hands! The Tree Hut hand cream smells wonderfully feminine. I love using the Moroccan Rose renewing hand cream at bedtime so I can enjoy the soft slightly floral scent as I fall asleep. You can use it anytime of day – but I always try to remember to treat my hands at night.
Tree Hut natural beauty products are made with certified organic shea butter and natural oils that are good for your skin. They are also:
- Made in the USA
- Not tested on animals
Tree Hut products can be found at Walmart stores nationwide.
Are your feet ready for sandal season? Keep them looking beach-worthy with Tree Hut natural foot care products. Here are a few fun sandals, flip-flops and wedges that I would love to have so I could show off my pedi! Do you think you will find yourself slipping your feet into flip flops or high heeled wedges more often this summer?