Hemp Foot Protector
For ultra dry feet24hr heavy duty hydrationVegetarian
Our Hemp Hard Working Foot Protector gets you one step closer to baby soft feet. If you’re faced with hard, rough skin and heels then it’s time to give your feet a rich, hydrating treat.
The truth is, feet can feel a little unloved at times. They’re tucked away in winter boots for far too long, tired of being squished inside the most uncomfortable shoes and on top of that, they’re expected to keep us standing, walking and exercising (those busy little things). That’s why they deserve a luxurious pampering of the lavish kind to get them back on their, er...feet.
Enriched with pure hemp seed oil and rich in essential fatty acids, our Hemp Foot Protector provides blissful moisture for your hard-working feet. It helps to soothe and soften ultra-dry feet with 24 hours of heavy-duty hydration. So jump out of those socks, kick up your heels and slather it on for all-day nourishment.
But The Body Shop’s hemp foot cream isn’t the only hydrating hero for very dry skin. We’ve got a whole Hemp range of moisturising goodies to keep your skin feeling silky-smooth from head-to-toe.
- Luxurious foot moisturiser
- Enjoy 24hrs of heavenly hydration
- Helps smooth ultra-dry feet
- Enriched with hemp seed oil
- Dermatologically tested
Hemp seed oil
You’ve probably heard of hemp seed oil, also known as cannabis sativa oil. It’s known for seriously high levels of hydration. We like it for its essential fatty acids content, like omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids and vitamins A and E, which skin loves.Hemp is a big deal these days, but we’ve been harvesting this hardworking hydrator since 1992 – our founder, Dame Anita Roddick, was a big fan of its sustainability and efficacy.Hemp is kind of a miracle crop. It’s grown for fibres, seeds and flowers that are used for everything from clothing and food to medicine and – of course – moisturisers. Our hemp helps regenerate land and provides a habitat for local wildlife in France.
Something of an environmental wonder, hemp is naturally resistant to pests, so farmers don’t need to use pesticides or irrigation. It’s also an overachieving air purifier, breathing in four times more CO2 than trees.