Towards the end of last year I received some samples from an all-natural local brand called Healing Earth. Healing Earth is a premium organic spa brand inspired by Africa’s ancient energy, healing traditions and natural richness. My “To Review” waiting tray was so full though that they kept getting pushed to the back but I am so glad that I finally got to try these products out. Each and every one impressed me…

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My favourite from the lot would have to be their Detox Grape Foot Gel. After a day in heels this soothing gel does wonders. It has a delightful minty fresh scent and although the gel itself may look a little weird (the green colour is quite intense) once gently patted on it absorbs fairly fast and does a great job of cooling and reducing swelling.

The African Potato Balm is a wonderful healing balm and helps to repair dry and damaged skin. It also is excellent to soften dry heels.

I have fallen in love with the strong invigorating scent of their Hand and Body Soap. It is very, very fresh and leaves your skin feels soft and rejuvenated thanks to the added Argan Oil and zesty Lemon Verbena.

Another standout product from the range is the Coffee, Cinnamon and Orange Body Polish. This is quite a creamy body polish with fine beads to gently remove dead skin cells and leave your feeling firmer, smoother and softer.

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Comments

  1. great review! sound like great products!

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  2. Lovely post dear 😉 Full of inspiration ;))

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  3. would love to try that foot gel, anything to sooty after a long day in heels is welcome
    Lauren
    livinginaboxx

  4. really great review! and lovely blog too! xx

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  5. Thanks 🙂 and they definitely are!

  6. Thanks for popping by again hun. x

  7. Thanks Patricia x

  8. Haha indeed! x

  9. Aw thanks so much Kathrine

  10. I love this brand so much!

  11. Great review – where did you buy these products? I’m struggling to find them.

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