Freeman Bare Foot Revitalizing Lemon+Sage Foot Balm

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WEB ID 150883 Model 18800
DIY-inspired, professionally admired! Bare Foot® is spa-inspired foot care. Treat feet to fresh, toe-tingling ingredients that smooth your soles. Whether feet are hiding beneath socks, or you're accessorized with high-fashion footwear, we make pretty feet possible no matter the season! This revitalizing foot balm, containing Arginine, improves skin health and texture from heel to toe. Refreshing Lemon and Sage invigorate the senses. Tea Tree Oil soothes tired feet. Use daily to restore moisture, relieve dry skin and soften rough calluses.
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