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Oriflame Exfoliating Foot Scrub

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Brand: Oriflame / Scrub / Type: Foot Scrub / Subcategory: Exfoliator / Suitable for: Foot / What it does: Exfoliates, Exfoliates,

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      08.09.2010 21:40
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      I am hoping to find something better.

      Regardless of the time of the year, my feet get rough and dry very quickly. That's why I spend quite a lot of money on them and use a lot of different cosmetics. Exfoliating the dead skin cells is quite important part of my foot care so along with my foot file, I sometimes use a scrub. Oriflame Exfoliating Foot Scrub was one of my purchases.

      It comes in an orange tub with a washed-out picture of a feet. I think Oriflame recently change their Foot Care containers so it may not look like on the picture above anymore but it is still quite similar. What I found really annoying is that it doesn't have a screw lid, you just need to turn it around when you want to open it or close it which can be very inconvenient if your hands are wet. I kept on losing it and running around the whole bathroom just trying to find the lid.

      When I pressed the tub, I was really surprised how thick the scrub is but after I added a bit of water, it was fine. The scent is very mild and pleasant. Unfortunately, it is quite difficult to describe but it seems to me that it smells a bit like artificial almond (nice though). Unlike other Oriflame Foot Care products it does not smell of mint. To be honest, I was quite glad as this scent started getting on my nerves.

      The peeling is easy to spread on your skin. It does not produce an enormous amount of lather but it gently exfoliates the dead skin cells. After the first use, my skin became softer and smoother but mainly in the upper part of my feet. Unfortunately, it did not help much on my heels and this was what I hoped for. I simply think it was too mild for my rough feet so if you want to make it work, then using a foot file may be a good idea. There are a lot of exfoliating bits and bobs but they are rather small.

      Also, it does not moisturise but I simply did not think it would - maybe because I have never come across such product. It contains salvia and sweet almond oil.

      One container has 75 ml of this scrub and costs £5.25.

      Thank you for reading my review.

      It may also be posted elsewhere.

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      Exfoliator