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Oriflame Anti perspirant Foot Cream

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Brand: Oriflame / Texture: Cream / Type: Foot Cream / Suitable for: Foot

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      27.04.2010 10:43
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      good foot cream

      I am sure that I am not the only one trying to find a way to deal with the foot odour, especially in summer. Oriflame Anti-perspirant Foot Cream was one of my purchases a couple of years ago and it still works for me pretty well.

      First of all, it comes in a small (50 ml) tub. At the beginning, I was shocked and a bit disappointed - I thought 'I am paying so much money for such a small think, what a waste'. The design is similar to all the Oriflame Footcare products, this time it is blue with a washed-out picture of a foot in the background.

      The cream itself smells of mint but fortunately it isn't a very strong scent. It is also fairly thick which may be annoying when I am in a hurry but at the same time I am sure I won't get too much of it.

      I had tried it for the first time on a school trip, I applied it, then I put cotton socks on and sport shoes. To be honest, in the evening I was slightly worried to take my shoes off but when I finally did, I couldn't smell anything! It turned out to be a really good way of stopping my feet to perspire (or getting rid of the odour). Since then, I am always using it when I go to the gym or during trips.

      It doesn't, however, work when you wear sandals (it takes a while for the skin to absorb this cream) and it gave me a very slippery feeling which was uncomfortable. It also didn't work very well when I work other shoes but didn't put my socks on.

      Overall, it is a fairly good cream that will work 4 out of 5 times. It is, however, quite expensive - a 50 ml tub costs £4.95 but it can be found on offer. You can buy it from an Oriflame rep.

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