Boots Intensive Foot Softener Reviews
Product Type: Boots Leg & Foot Care
Description:Brand: Boots / Type: Foot Lotion / Suitable for: Foot / Skin type: For dry skin / What it does: Smoothes, Protects / Contains the ingredient AHA, to soften and condition dry skin & cracked heels / Deep, penetrating formula encourages skin to form smoothly / ... more
Newest Review: ... a value/cheap version, just simply made by Boots. The wording across the tube states "Advanced Footcare, Intensive Foot ... more
by - written on 31/10/10, updated on 31/10/10 (Very useful, 105 readings)
Always on the quest to soften my badly cared for feet I bought the Boots Intensive Foot softener when it was on by 2 get 1 free at Boots (I am just more inclined to buy when they are incentivising me to!). It currently costs £3.49 for 75ml and you will also receive 12 Boots advantage points with your purchase. == The Cream == The cream is produced by Boots and as an own label product it is a cheaper alternative to branded creams. When the price is compared with premium brands its value is clear:- Compeed Dry & Cracked skin cream 75ml £4.99 Scholl cracked heel repair cream £5.99 60ml The cream claims to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/08/06 (Very useful, 196 readings)
Intensive foot softener The saga of my softer than soft feet continues with this cream. Bought at the same time as the other products, the offer meant that I could buy 3 products for the price of 2...rude not to! THE PROMISE The cream apparently contains AHA (no idea what this is) but it's supposed to be able to penetrate even the hardest skin to encourage softer skin and to prevent further dry skin forming. THE CREAM The cream itself comes in a squeezable tube and is very thick and creamy; this is as I would expect if itís going to penetrate hard skin. It has a very slight perfumed smell, which is not overpowering, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/07/13 (Very useful, 27 readings)
Item: Boots Intensive Foot Softener Size: 150ml Price: £5.99 (look out for but one get one half price deals) Bought in: Boots (Boots own brand) Why do I own this? I hate having dry, cracked heals BUT for some reason foot cream seems to disappear in our house. I use it once or twice then I have no idea where it goes, so when (if) I find the other creams I may review them too! As it has been really nice weather recently I have had my flip flops on loads which feels lovely to have your toes out in the heat but inevitable makes your feet really dry and if you don't keep them moisturised they can get dry and cracked. So I popped to Boots a at ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/04/08 (Useful, 140 readings)
I bought Boots intensive foot softener as it was the cheaper altenative to a more well known brand on the shelf and I thought that Boots own would be just as good. I think I paid about £3.00 for a 75ml tube. I wouldn't say it didn't work at all, and my feet were quite bad after being bed ridden for over 2 months. Anyway I started to use the cream just by itself after bathing, but I found that my skin was so dry, cracked and rough that the cream didn't seem to penetrate my skin very well. It seemed quite greasy even after having rubbed and massaged it it for ages. The cracks were still there after about 10 days of continual useage. I had followed the directions ... Read the complete review
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