Boots No7 Softening Foot Balm Reviews
Product Type: Boots Leg & Foot Care
Newest Review: ... £10 wasted, but i neednt have worried as this product is fantastic! I have very dry skin on my feet, not too dry, but i ... more
by - written on 23/04/10 (Very useful, 50 readings)
After trying many different no7 products lately with the £5 off vouchers, i decided i was going to invest in a good foot cream. I chose no7 as i have been really impressed with their products so far. I bought this foot cream for £9.75 for a 75ml bottle. This is very expensive for a foot cream but as i have tried so many different cheaper brands and nothing has worked, i thought it would be worth my while investing in something dearer! I did wonder whether this was going to be nearly £10 wasted, but i neednt have worried as this product is fantastic! I have very dry skin on my feet, not too dry, but i cannot find a moisturiser that softens and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/09/09 (Very useful, 49 readings)
The No 7 Range from Boots has some good skin creams and I was searching the site because I wanted to review the No 7 Age Rewind cream but I am going to have to request that product. While I was running down the list of No 7 products I noticed the softening foot balm, one of the creams that I have used in the past. The 75ml tube of No 7 softening foot balm is fairly expensive in my opinion (£9.50 for 75ml ) but any cream that is successful in softening tough cracked heels has to be worth a trial run. The flip top tube is very plain and simple but that applies to most of the No 7 packaging. Maybe we should be pleased that No7 are concentrating on ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/08/08 (Useful, 41 readings)
This No 7 product suggests that it nourishes and soothes with deep down moisture. It is also hypo-allergenic. It claims to 'moisturise deep down. The rich, buttery balm works to soften hard, rough skin without the need to slave over a foot file. As well as giving instant hydration, it also helps boost the skins own ability to hold moisture, so your feet stay softer for longer'. To use you 'massage into dry feet just after your bath or shower. For an even bigger treat, apply a thicker layer before bedtime, pop on a pair of socks and wake up to baby-soft feet.' I have only used this a couple of times so far but have found it to be very very good. ... Read the complete review
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