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Knowing the difference in Natural versus Vegan and other popular triggers words is very important. We are all wanting to be more conscious consumers. We are steering clear of parabens and toxins. There are certain chemicals we look to keep out of our ingredients lists. However, there is still a grey area for some companies that use the term "Natural" in their ingredients list or product names.

This is a great lure for the untrained eye. Most of us would assume that the products are indeed natural. This is why London's Pedisoaks is proud to be a truly natural brand. It means that if you we wanted to, we could eat many of our formulations. We don't recommend it, but if push came to shove, you could. We love bringing you our effective products with simple ingredients.

We use natural preservatives such as Vitamin E, Rosemary Leaf extract and Radish Root. We love how our formulations are made with truly natural ingredients our customers can pronounce.

There are so many ingredients now being linked to causing all types of ailments and issues such as...

  • Cancer
  • Birth defects
  • Hormone disruption
  • Neurotoxicity
  • Immunotoxicity

We never want to seem preachy, but your skin is the largest organ and absorbs 60% of what you put on it. Do you really want to purchase products that have helpful ingredients mixed with harmful ones? We love to share our ingredients and process to prove that our products are only filled with the good ones. Be sure to connect with us @LondonsPedisoaks to see behind the scenes.

We are proud to not only be truly natural, but also to be cruelty free. We are Leap Bunny and PETA certified. London's Pedisoaks is one of the few handcrafted, truly natural, vegan*, cruelty free foot care product brand on the market!

*All of our products are vegan except for our healing foot salve.

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  • Sherrod Vincente

    I absoutely love this Blog post. You hit it right on the nose!

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