Aveda Foot Relief Reviews
Description:Brand: Aveda / Type: Body Care / Suitable for: Foot
Newest Review: ... This will also remove any odour from the feet. The best part of this product is that is has exfoliating fruit acids (these ... more
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If your feet have it rough, treat them to a soothing creme blende ...
Last Update 15.03.2014 16:43
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by - written on 13/04/10 (Very useful, 33 readings)
This is a fantastic foot cream with multiple benefits. The rich texture absorbs into the skin, which can also me massaged in to give yourself a little pampering, which will also allow the product to penetrate the skin deeper. The smell is of Lavender and Rosemary oils, both of these scents have relaxing and calming properties. This will also remove any odour from the feet. The best part of this product is that is has exfoliating fruit acids (these do not have granules), which help to reduce hard skin and dry patches. This product worked well for me after a shower when my feet were still damp. I would massage it in and then ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/12/08 (Very useful, 83 readings)
Now there are two things you need to know about me (well actually there are probably more but these two things are particularly relevant to this review!), I actively seek out miracle cures and I have problem feet. I was first alerted to Aveda Foot Relief having seen it recommended in the The Handbag Beauty Bible, it was rated number one for dealing with feet like mine. At first I was a little reluctant to buy as I balked at the price, £15, and I find the Aveda counters more than a little intimidating. The blurb about Foot Relief by Aveda 'If your feet have it rough, treat them to a soothing creme blended with active herbs, exfoliating fruit ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/08/09 (Very useful, 17 readings)
Like most of us, I always tend to try and look after my feet a bit more in the summer time when they stop being hidden away by tights and boots and are shown off in all their glory in summer sandals and flip flops (of course by then it is too late really, as I should really have been taking good care of them all winter so they will be in tip top condition for the summer, but I never learn...) I love this product - as it really does work! It is really thick cream from a tube, which is very soft and just lovely to use - the cream just absorbs so easily into the skin and really feels like you have just slipped on a lovely soft foot glove (if such a thing ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/07/09 (Very useful, 13 readings)
Aveda Foot Cream comes in a simple tube that is very flexible, allowing easy squeezing out and controlling the amount of the product. The one feature I appreciated is the fact that the opening mouth of the tube was slightly protruded so that the cream does not get caught in it. Jojoba oil, rosemary oil, lavender oil, and castor oil this foot cream moisturises and softens the hardened skin on the foot by supplying rich nutrients and moisture while active herbs cools and soothes the foot itself. It is very straightforward to use this cream; you simply rub an adequate amount of this cream onto your foot, massaging it gently. Apparently this would also create a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/11/08 (Useful, 34 readings)
I am always on the lookout for products to help with my sore feet!! Especially the skin on my heels,it gets thick and rough and I need to use cream on them regularly to prevent any soreness. Aveda foot relief is pretty good for almost any skin type. Its plainly packaged in a white tube and costs £15.98 for a 4.2 oz tube from FragranceX.com. The tube lasts ages ! Our feet are often something that we tend to forget about,it isn't until they start getting sore that we need to take action. Use the Aveda Foot Relief cream sparingly on nice clean feet. Maybe the best time to treat your feet is when you have just had a bath or shower. So just ... Read the complete review
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