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Feed your skin with Suti - Fabulous Organic Foot Balm

Suti - Fabulous Organic Foot Balm
Let me introduce you to Suti a luxurious holistic skincare range. Suti products are organic, chemical free and not tested on animals so when they offered me the chance to review some products I jumped at it.

I would like to share with you the company background as I found it rather interesting. Suti is relatively new, founded in 2010 by Suzannah Jenkins and Tina Steadman. Their collaboration came from a mutual desire to use natural products. Suzannah is a qualified homeopath, aromatherapist and complementary medicine practitioner. She set up a practise from home and created tailored products for clients following on from that Suti skincare was born. There are seven products in the range Rejuvenate Face Oil, Nourish Face Oil (for night), Facial Cleanser, Rose Water Toner, Peppermint Water Toner, Purity Moisturising Balm and Fabulous Foot Balm. 

As I mentioned Suti very kindly agreed to send me a couple of products. I requested that I was interested in the foot balm and cleanser. In this post I will review the foot balm as I wish to do a separate review for the cleanser.

I am not ashamed to admit that I pamper the rest of my body with lotions but neglect my tooties. I generally am not a fan of my feet I suffer from extremely dry skin. When I read the product description I realised my feet were crying out for this product.

“A luxuriously rich and nourishing foot balm especially blended to rehydrate and revive chapped, tired and aching feet. Fabulous Foot Balm* is especially formulated to melt straight into tough, leathered skin and brittle nails to deliver soothing, intensive nourishment exactly where it’s needed.”

The balm is very luxurious and melts into oil with the warmth of your skin. I am not a fan of overpowering peppermint foot creams, however, this has a gentle hint of peppermint combined with rosemary, it is very pleasant. This balm contains some other fabulous ingredients like olive oil, avocado, carrot, calendula and pumpkin seed. I prefer to use a foot cream just before I go to bed. I tend not to remember to apply every night but I aim for at least every other day. With this product a little goes a long way, you do not need much I have been using a 5p/10p size of the balm. I am really impressed with the results gradually over the past two/three weeks the condition of my skin has improved. My cracked heels are looking smooth and nourished. When applying a foot cream I am always conscious of irritation on my hands but I have not have any problems with this product.

I highly recommend Suti skincare as they are very luxurious and feel like a spa treatment. I have tried many foot creams but this one is now a top favourite for banishing my cracked heels. Suti foot balm retails for £16 for 50ml jar and can be purchased from www.suti.co.uk


Sarah x


Disclaimer – I was sent this product free of charge, all opinions are my own and I am not being paid to do this review or to promote the website/product.

3 comments:

  1. The Foot Balm sounds like something I should try!

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  2. Sounds like a great natural brand. I think my mum would love the foot balm. Thanks for sharing :)

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  3. @Vintage Makeup & @Su - thank you both for stopping by and commenting, yes its a really lovely brand & I highly recommend it

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