It’s a given that we look after our skin and we moisturise our face but what about our feet? Do we really give them the care they need? I have a few foot-care products in my bathroom but i’d be lying if I said that I used them every single day, or even every month.
A few weeks ago I was contacted to try out a product from Flexitol and it really got me thinking about how important it is to look after your feet. They very kindly sent me the Moisturising Foot Foam after discussing what product would be best for me! It retails for around £8.99 and you can get it from the website or other online suppliers!
Our feet endure all of our weight, we’re stood on them all day long and so they can easily become cracked, dry and extremely dehydrated. The moisturising foot foam that I decided to try out is a lighter formula than a foot cream would be, hence it being a foam.
provides intensive care for very dry, rough skin. Rapidly absorbed, quick drying and easy to use, it moisturises and protectsdelicate skin, and is clinically proven to be also gentle enough for diabetics
To apply and use the product it’s pretty simple: hold the can upside down, squeeze out the foam and massage into your feet. The foam is odourless which is absolutely fine and feels extremely cool and refreshing on your feet- especially good in the heatwave that the UK is suffering. It’s not too thick and definitely is such a good alternative, that I didn’t know existed, to foot cream. I find that using a foot cream is nice when you want a deep cleanse and pamper evening but sometimes it just feels to thick and as if it doesn’t dry!
With this foam it sinks into the skin really fast and I really think this is amazing for the summer! I’ve been using this for a week, most days twice a day, and my feet feel a lot more hydrated and not so dry which is a miracle!
You can check out their whole range of foot care, as well as hand care, by visiting their website.
*Items featured in this blog post were kindly gifted from Flexitol, however all opinions are my own and are in no way biased*
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