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Posted by on Jun 3, 2014 in Bath & Body | 1 comment

Elemis – Treat Your Feet Foot Cream

Elemis – Treat Your Feet Foot Cream

This Treat Your Feet Foot Cream by Elemis was nestled inside the Dream Box that I recently received – this beauty box was a collaboration between Latest In Beauty and British Beauty Blogger. I love the Latest In Beauty collection boxes, they’re always jam-packed full of products from great brands and I love the fact that you can see what’s inside before you order. Treat Your Feet is a thick buttery cream with a warm, spicy patchouli and menthol fragrance. It’s a strange fragrance, a lot of foot creams often have refreshing mint as their underlying scent, but I quite like the mysterious warming fragrance although it is quite strong. I have been applying Treat Your Feet Foot Cream to my feet before bed every night for a week now, it sinks into the skin really quickly and my feet do feel really soft as I slip them under the covers. Elemis have developed this product to specifically target dry skin areas such as heels and ankles and it’s...

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Posted by on Jul 18, 2013 in Bath & Body | 1 comment

Philosophy – Footnotes & Soul Owner Footcare Duo

Philosophy – Footnotes & Soul Owner Footcare Duo

Summer is the time when we all bare our feet – whether it’s walking barefoot along the beach, kicking off your shoes in the back garden, or just wearing a new pair of sandals. So what better time to review this fab duo of foot products from Philosophy! I have been using these for a week or so now, and they are perfect for getting your feet into tip-top condition and ready for those flip flops. Philosophy Footnotes* is an Energizing Foot Scrub – the tube contains a green exfoliator of thick jelly-like consistency which contains a really good concentration of pumice exfoliating grains. It contains eucalyptus and lavender and has a fresh menthol minty fragrance – peppermint is well known for treating feet, providing a refreshing and cooling sensation. A generous amount of the Footnotes scrub should be applied to damp feet and then massaged in circular motions all over the feet for a few minutes. The scrub froths a little when water is added and feels energizing...

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