Blog: Leonie BarrieIf it's good enough for your shoes...

Leonie Barrie | 23 November 2007

How’s this for the weirdest idea: shoe cream that you can also spread on your toast, cook with, use as a skin moisturiser, lip balm and even as a hair conditioner? In a league of the most versatile products, this has to come near the top. Made by Po-Zu from organic, cold-pressed coconut oil, I guess it’s a product that’s been around for a while, but adapted for modern-day, eco-conscious living. But I definitely wouldn't want to confuse it with ordinary shoe polish. Yuk.


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