Firewalker – relaxing foot cream for the end of the day

Although it’s called Firewalker, we are actually talking about a very relaxing and rejuvenating foot cream. We all know the feeling of when we’ve been on our feet for ages and feel like lifting them up on the table or resting them against the wall. We also know how relaxing foot baths and pedicures can be. If you know what I’m talking about, then the Firewalker foot cream is for you!

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The foot cream contains two plants that have been used in traditional medicine in South America and South East Asia for centuries. Cordyline Terminalis  is a small and beautiful tree with broad soft leaves found in South East Asia and has been used for centuries as a cooling gel on dry and callused skin. Babassu (official name Orbignya Phalerata) is pressed from the kernels of the Babassu Palm found in South America and has been used for generations as a natural moisturiser.

Can you think of a better combination for nourishing your feet?

Simply massage the cream into towel-dried feet after cleansing and let its wonderful effects sink in.

And don’t forget that a  percentage of the price paid for the f cream goes straight to education projects in Malawi. Over the past years, with the money donated through products purchases  schools have been built, trees planted, farmers educated, and kids fed in one of the poorest countries on this planet.

If you would like to try out this wonderful foot cream at a cheaper price, do get in touch with us and we can make it happen.

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Author: Buna School of Music

New music academy and teacher training centre in Kampala, Uganda. For more information, please see: www.https://bunaschoolofmusic.wordpress.com/

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