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Lush’s Stepping Stone

I’m quite pedantic about the condition of my feet so when I got my Lush stash a while back I was sure to ask them specifically what products they did for feet. They do apparently do a foot cream but it was out of stock (& still is online – is it that good?), so I opted for this solid foot scrub…

Lush Stepping Stone

At R49 for 75g, this is one of Lush’s better priced items…

I liked the idea of a pumice & exfoliator in one, but this was not a winner for me I’m afraid….


  • the sent (lime oil). It reminds me a bit of Rub, Rub, Rub but its more citrus-y


  • *sigh*


  • it stains my feet blueish green for a day/two. I took note to rinse better on my 2nd use & it was better but still stained me…
  • the moisture level isn’t enough for me (though it does have coco butter & jojoba oil). That said I’m super dry
  • it crumbles on the 1st use which, reading other reviews doesn’t seem uncommon but makes it a little harder to use

My last gripe is that it also doesn’t fit into any of their tins making it tough to store day-to-day & travel with. I haven’t tried it but another way to use it I’m reading via other reviews (especially since it crumbles easily) is as a soak…

Not a winner for me unfortunately, but let me know if you’ve given it a go. Lush recommends it twice a week in the shower/bath…


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