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Foot Care Fresh Off the Farm

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Luxury Shopping: While scents of apple, sweet cream and maple may not typically evoke images of foot care, one sniff of’s vintage-inspiredFarmhouse Fresh Foot Scrubs and you’ll be hooked! Indeed, Oprah herself declared these scrubs “smell so good, I’m ready to serve them over berries!”

Delectable scents aside, these sea salt scrubs stand alone from other cookie-cutter skin softeners in both style and substance. For one, the Farmhouse Fresh Foot Scrubs are uniquely formulated around non-sensitizing rice bran oil, which is exceptionally lightweight, non-greasy, and high in vitamin E and other potent skin antioxidants.

The rice bran oil is then blended with the finest-grain, fresh sea salts and infused with nostalgic fragrances that embody homegrown goodness, including:

-Sugared Maple – sweet, soft and supple to the touch
-Sweet Cream – takes on the warm and velvety smoothness of fresh cream
-Whipped Honey – infused with the toasty amber fragrance of golden honey

The result is a silky feel to your skin that is immediate and long-lasting, with divine scents that linger.

A visual delight as well, the gift and display-worthy Farmhouse Fresh Foot Scrub trio set, available at for $52, is a hand-packaged blast from the past.  It arrives in a charming chest-like box containing three 6 oz. covered jelly jars reminiscent of homemade jams of yesterday.

If you or someone you know is in need of a little “sole survival” — or if you simply want to feel pampered —’s Farmhouse Fresh Foot Scrubs will polish those piggies and hones those heels so you can put your softest, loveliest, most fragrant foot forward.

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