Avon Footworks Heel Softening Cream Reviews
Product Type: Avon Leg & Foot Care
Newest Review: ... purchased mine from Ebay as I'd managed to get a brand new, unopened tube of this cream for just £1.50 which I thought was a ... more
by - written on 29/08/12 (Very useful, 60 readings)
Review of Avon Foot Works Heel Softening Cream Footworks is the name given to the range of foot care products offered by direct sell company Avon. Avon is of course well known in the United Kingdom and the company has been popular for many years. Older readers will no doubt recall the 1960's advertising campaign which involved the ringing doorbell and the cheery 'Avon Calling' sales rep. **The Product** Presented in a white screw topped tube decorated with images of feet, this product contains 75ml of cream specifically to be used for caring for your feet. It is designed to relieve extremely dry, cracked skin on the feet. Avon ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/06/11 (Very useful, 26 readings)
I used to look after my feet really well, moisturise, paint my nails etc. But it got to the point when i didnt bother anymore, i rarely had time to put earrings in let alone pamper my feet. But recently, my feet started to hurt, the skin had become really hard and painful to walk on. My mom had some of this Softening cream from Avon, so i thought, "hey i may as well give it a try!" It comes in a tube, i have one in a 75ml bottle, and is whit pink and blue. The cream is white. It has a bit of a menthol/minty smell, it seems like the smell is there to work and do a job, rather than be nice, however, the scent is quite okay. The tube says ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/04/10 (Very useful, 32 readings)
AVON FOOTWORKS HEEL SOFTENING CREAM I always had really dry, manky feet as a child, all my own fault of course, for going outside bare foot, running around, climbing trees etc without any shoes on. Plus, I used to swim a lot which dried them out even more and also gave me verucas - I was so disgusted I actually quit swimming and have never been back since! Well, anyway I've always had the most horrible feet you could imagine. This all changed when I became an Avon representative. I'd never paid that much attention to the footworks section in the brochures before, but now as I was always filling other people's orders into the computer it's ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/08/09 (Very useful, 50 readings)
When it comes to my feet I don't know about you but they're really the last thing I pay attention too on my body! I'm pretty good at pampering myself and as long as my feet look ok and my nails polished I'm good to go. However we've had a few days of sunshine (yes, I know I did say a few lol) and me loving shopping like I do went out and bought lovely flip flops, gladiator sandals...well you get the picture! All was well till I got all ready, popped on a summer dress and my lovely new sandals and noticed my heels and the balls of my feet. I couldn't believe I'd neglected them so badly! They looked really dry and some of the skin on the base of my feet looked discoloured . Read the complete review
by - written on 07/08/09 (Very useful, 60 readings)
I have been using Avon products for many years but only discovered the Footworks Heel Softening Cream just before Christmas last year when the product was on special offer at £1.25 a tube. The usual price for a 75ml tube is £3.50 and a 150ml is £4.50. Avon always have great multibuy offers on and currently the 75ml tube is 99p and 150ml tube is £2.70, so some great savings there. The Heel Softening Cream is packaged in a white recyclable plastic tube. Because Avon are a multi-national company all of their products usually contain instructions written in many languages; English, France, Italian, Greek, Spanish, on the packaging. The cream is a ... Read the complete review
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