L'Occitane Shea Butter Foot Cream Reviews
Description:Brand: L'Occitane / Foot Cream / Type: Body Lotion / Subcategory: Foot Cream / Butter / Suitable for: Foot / What it ... more
Newest Review: ... duo as a gift a few months ago. I have only recently (in the past 6 weeks or so) got around to using this foot cream as my ... more
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by - written on 07/10/13 (Very useful, 62 readings)
~Shea Butter Foot Cream~ L'Occitane offer a range of beauty products including this Shea Butter Foot Cream. This product is a L'Occitane best seller and has won beauty awards. This foot cream contains 15% shea butter. Shea butter is designed to moisturise the skin. It also contains arnica extra for its anti-inflammatory properties and lavender essential oil for its soothing properties. Please check that you do not suffer from allergies to any of these ingredients. ~Design~ This foot cream is presented in a simple yet stylish silver tube with a black, screw off lid. The tube can be recycled and this product has a 12month shelf ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/12/11, updated on 07/07/13 (Very useful, 39 readings)
This product has recently been voted best foot cream by In Style magazine. I must admit I haven't tried lots of foot creams as any old moisturiser used to keep my feet looking fine. Until last year that is, when I was ill for a while and my usual body lotions, just didn't seem to be effective, so I spent some time researching foot creams and time after time Loccitane got great reviews. I nearly choked when I saw the price and my first thoughts were well it better be good at £17.50 for 150ml. Packaging I bought mine as part of a kit from QVC ( 30 day money back guarantee) and I have since bought a full size version from ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/03/11 (Very useful, 40 readings)
The feet are a part of the body that we sometimes neglect myself included but when they are conditioned they look and feel so much better so it pays to invest in a decent foot cream. Lush do some fantastic one's that I love but my ultimate favaourite has to be L'occitane shea butter foot cream. I bought mine in a special pack along with the hand cream and although the main reason I purchased it was because I wanted the and cream the foot cream was a very welcome bonus and one that I have become a big fan of and intend to continue buying. You can buy it in a variety of different sizes from 30ml to 150ml and it is on the exensive side for a foot cream ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/12/12, updated on 01/10/13 (Very useful, 72 readings)
L'Occitane is a luxury high-end foot cream, the sort that celebrities like to endorse. Simply unscrew the lid on the top of the tube and administer. I know I should exfoliate first but I don't like the feel of that and the cream does the job regardless. The ingredients are natural and there is a total of fifteen per cent Shea butter in a 150ml tube. Shea butter is the fat extracted from the nut of the African Shea tree. The point of using Shea butter is for fast absorption into the skin to stop the cream from feeling greasy. The cream is highly concentrated with a lovely floral and fresh scent. This scent isn't overpowering especially as it's far from my nose! ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/08/08 (Very useful, 80 readings)
I have a bad habit of wandering about bare footed. This means that my feet have very dry skin and are extremely tough too. In winter the heels can crack which is unsightly. My daughter knows that I love L'Occitane products and is constantly telling me off about the state of my feet! She very generously and sensibly bought me some Shea Butter foot cream for Christmas (along with lots of other goodies) and it is gorgeous! L'Occitane use only natural products in their range. It is not over packaged and all that I have seen has been recyclable. It comes in a very plain, shiny metal tube with a simple screw fastening top. (Which is easy to ... Read the complete review
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