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We’ve lost track of the number of times we’ve forced our feet into too-tall stilettos or bought a cute pair of flats that pinch our toes. That’s why we’re showing our tootsies some much-deserved love with this indulgent foot cream from Israeli brand Sabon®. It’s packed with antioxidants and relaxing aromatherapy oils.
I felt like it did nothing spectacular for my feet. I'll stick to my regular body lotion.3
I only used this one time b/c the second ingredient is sodium lauryl sulfate and thats the detergent ingredient in dishsoap and shampoo and dother household cleaners...whay would this be in a peoduct that you keep on your skin and dont rinse??3
I thought it was okay but to tell you the truth, it seems like any other foot cream. I rather go to the drug store and pay less for the same quality. sorry3
Most foot creams have a peppermint smell, and this one is no exception. However, the smell is very delicate, and combined with other more floral tones, so I really like it. The consistency is similar to that of hand creams. The feel is a bit oily, so much in fact that I feared staining my bed sheets. The next day the oiliness is always gone, and I felt an improvement in the dry spots in my feet. Nothing dramatic, but pleasing nonetheless.3
I was excited to get this foot cream because I love soft feet. The packaging was so cute (sample came in a metal tube similar too hair color) and so I was expecting something different when I opened it.
First of all let me say that the texture is super creamy and thick which I love and the cream is hydrating to the max especially on dry feet (by boyfriend's feet are soooo dry).
The biggest problem and unfortunately the deal breaker for me was the medicinal smell of this cream. It almost reminds me of Icy Hot or Bengay which is gross to me. I think they were going for a minty smell which would have been nice but they went terribly wrong somewhere.
So i love the way this product smells and the texture of it. I really dont notice any difference but I'm definitely going to give it more time.3
This wasn't particularly moisturizing for my feet. If you need a really rich foot cream, skip this one and keep looking!2
smelled fairly good, but I feel like other store brand products like Aquaphor work a lot better.1