STEP-BY-STEP HOW TO USE NATURALLY LONDON PRODUCTS

STEP-BY-STEP HOW TO USE NATURALLY LONDON PRODUCTS

Confused on where to start? We are going to take the guess work out and help you create a selfcare routine specific to you your needs. It doesn't matter if you are caring for your hands or feet. There are four basic steps: cleanse, exfoliate, treat and moisturize. Keep reading to find out which steps are best for you.

S T E P 1:  C L E A N S E

There are four options for cleansers:
  • multiuse cleansing spray (for hands + feet)
  • cleansing enzyme scrub (for hands + feet)
  • refreshing foot masque
  • any of our foot soaks (Refuge, Exhale or Escape)
IN A TIME CRUNCH: cleansing enzyme scrub (it cleanses and exfoliates at the same time)
STINKY FEET: refreshing foot masque's clay combination and odor fighting ingredients will leave your feet feeling fresh.
TRADITIONALISTS: Soaking your feet to cleanse them and prep for exfoliation. Our foot soaks provide a gentle exfoliation as well.

S T E P 2:  E X F O L I A T E 

There are three exfoliators:
  • cleansing enzyme scrub (for hands + feet)
  • moisturizing foot polish
  • any of our foot soaks (Refuge, Exhale or Escape)

S T E P 3:  T R E A T 

There are three options for treatment:
  • multiuse cleansing spray (for stinky feet, cleansing hands or feet, prepping nails for polish)
  • replenishing daily antioxidant serum
  • refreshing foot masque

S T E P 4:  M O I S T U R I Z E

There are eight options for moisturizing:
  • 5N1 nourishing oil (for hands, feet and cuticles)
  • hydrating cuticle oil (for fingernails + toenails)
  • replenishing daily antioxidant serum (for hands + feet)
  • pure relief moisturizer (for hands + feet)
  • revitalizing oil (for hands, feet and cuticles)
  • nourishing foot butter (available to two different scents)

    *Pro tip: use daily for best results*

    Remember, be sure to take care of your feet and they will continue to take care of you.

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