Lush Volcano Foot Mask Review

I love having spa nights, because sometimes staying in and chatting with the girls is so much more fun than going out.

The last time I had a spa day with my sister, she pulled out Lush’s Volcano Foot Mask.  She was really looking for something to moisturize her feet and make them look presentable without going to a salon, so she thought a mask might do the trick.

The mask is kaolin-based, and this is usually what they use in products that absorb oil so of course, this mask isn’t super moisturizing.  In fact, I found that on my already dry feet, it had almost no effect at all!

If you want to moisturize your feet, you may be better off using a moisturizing mask for your face, or just slathering a load of body butter on them and going to bed.  The Volcano Foot Mask is not going to do anything.

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3 Responses to Lush Volcano Foot Mask Review

  1. Wow! Good to know, thanks for sharing your review. When I need a quick moisture boost for my feet or cracked heels. I usually slather on thick layer of Vaseline and wear cotton socks over night. In the morning, my feet are smooth as can be! This is such a frugal option too 🙂

    Cristina from FabulousSavings.ca

  2. Ashley says:

    But it’s not a moisturizing mask, it’s a deoderizing and exfoliating foot mask. You can’t expect it to be something that is not its focus.

  3. I love giving my heels a little buff with a foot file or used cold coffee grounds. Then I slather my feet with Phytomer’s Healing Hand Cream and they feel like butter!

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