Foot Creams Review: Elemis Treat Your Feet and L’Occitane Dry Skin Foot Cream
I think, you’ve probably noticed that these days I am trying to tell you about some beauty products that I enjoy using in winter. So today I want to tell you about the foot creams that impressed me the most. I am also going to tell you which foot cream my lovely Grandma (70) rates!
First of all I have to let you know that my feet are very dry and always seem to be in a bad condition. I am not even sure about the reason of this but I must keep them moisturized all the time!
So the winners in the foot cream category (for me) would be Elemis Treat Your Feet Foot Cream(£16, 75ml) and L’Occitane Dry Skin Foot Cream(£7.50, 30 ml).
The L’Occitane one contains shea butter, lavender essential oil and arnica extract, which makes the skin softer and it works great for tired feet! The cream is rich but not greasy; it smells really nice, too.
The Elemis one is my favourite out of these two. It is a part of The Elemis Sp@Home Body Soothing range which smells absolutely divine, it’s a blend of patchouli, eucalyptus, and lemon oils. It really helps to calm down, relax and de-stress your mind. This rich cream contains shea butter and jojoba oil that makes my feet soft and smooth. It really seems to hydrate the dry areas. I would definitely re-purchase this product!
I should also mention the foot cream from Neutrogena Cracked Heel Foot Cream. I’ve got one for my grandma who is 70 years old and she told me that she totally loved it. She has very dry and rough feet so if she liked it, people with less problems should probably like it, too. I have got her so many foot creams in the past and I don’t remember her being so excited about any of them before!