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Dr. Scholl's Deep Moisturising Cream

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Brand: Dr. Scholl / highly concentrated 24 hour Moisturiser / Type: Foot Cream / Texture: Cream / Skin type: for dry skin and for all types / What it does: Moisturizes,

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      16.05.2008 12:54
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      SUMMER ESSENTIAL

      The summer is almost here and out on display come our feet. They have been hidden with woolly tights and socks all winter. My biggest problem with my feet was always hard unattractive skin. Since last summer this has not been so much of a problem for me. That was when a friend of mine recommended Scholl deep moisturing cream. I have not looked back since then. I have started using it again this year. The cream comes in a gold and white plastic packaging with a flip top lid and has scholl written on the front. Underneath this it says health and beauty for feet. At the bottom it tells you the cream gives 24 hour continuous hydration. It is recommended that the cream is used two or three times per week. I tend to use it every second night. The cream itself is white and is quite thick in texture. It has a very light delicate fragrance. You smooth it on to your feet and massage it in until is is fully absorbed. It leaves your feet feeling very soft and the softness stays for more than 24 hours. It does not feel greasy like some creams do. Scholl claims that this is one of the most advanced moisturing systems available and is specially created for the unique characteristics of the skin on the feet. It also claims to give an 80% immediate increase in hydration to leave your feet soft smooth and conditioned.(which it does) It is manufactured by ssl International plc in Manchester for Scholl which is a registered trade mark. www.scholl.co.uk I will continue to use this cream until something even better comes on the market It costs around £3.99 but can sometimes be found on offer in Boots and most supermarkets.

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