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Our story


How we got our start?
It’s almost embarrassing. Ann Thariani had terrible feet. While living in Pakistan with her husband Kumy, she found a remarkable terra cotta Foot Scrubber that tamed even her wild feet. In 1990, they brought them to the US, adding other wonderful, natural foot and body care products over time.
What makes our product unique?
Our Foot Scrubber is artisan-crafted of clay from the Indus River Valley with a scrubbing side and a buffing side. It’s easy to hold and use and because it’s fired in a kiln, it will last for years. No plastic. No crumbly pumice. No rusty metal. Just pure terra-cotta.
Why we love what we do?
We love helping people have healthier skin with natural products. Customers write to us about how much better their feet look amp; feel after using our products - it’s incredibly gratifying. We love that after 30 years we’re still passionate about our environmental commitments amp; fair-trade practices.

Product Description

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Maximum Strength 42% Urea Gel Nourishing Foot Cream Soothing Hand amp; Body Lotion Shea Butter Skin Repair Cream
When to Use Use 1x a day, before bedtime Apply after Scrubbing Apply after Scrubbing Apply after Scrubbing
How to Use Apply a thin coat of Urea Gel to calluses at bedtime to soften thick skin. The next day use Foot Scrubber to scrub away dry, dead skin. Scrub feet with Foot Scrubber, dry feet and apply Nourishing Foot Cream to moisturize and renew skin. Prefer the convenience of a pump top? Use our Soothing Hand amp; Body Lotion in place of the Nourishing Foot Cream. Scrub feet with Foot Scrubber, dry feet and apply Shea Butter Skin Repair Cream to fill in cracks and repair dry skin.
Key Ingredients Urea, salicylic acid, hyaluronic acid Certified organic aloe vera and jojoba oil, wildcrafted shea butter Certified organic aloe vera and jojoba oil, wildcrafted shea butter Wildcrafted shea butter
Why it Works 42% urea is a powerful exfoliant to soften calluses and cracks, while salicylic acid helps loosen dry dead skin and hyaluronic acid attracts moisture. Made with an Aloe Vera base, instead of water, so it's creamy and soaks in deeply Aloe softens dry skin amp; reduces inflammation and swelling. Jojoba soaks deep into skin and Shea offers natural moisturizing. Shea Butter penetrates deep for intensive long lasting hydration, even after washing with soap.
Paraben Free amp; Gluten Free ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓
Size 4 oz. 8 oz. 8 oz. pump top 4 oz.
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Each September, the National Snow and Ice Data Center (NSIDC) at the University of Colorado Boulder informs the public of the annual Arctic sea ice minimum extent, an indicator of how climate change is affecting the Arctic, the fastest-warming region of the globe.

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