Product Type: Scholl Leg & Foot Care
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Scholl Deo Activ Fresh Foot Spray
Member Name: klakierek
Scholl Deo Activ Fresh Foot Spray
Advantages: nice scent, worked for the first couple of days
Disadvantages: stopped working after a couple of days
Sweaty, smelly feet are not pleasant for anyone. Unfortunately, I have this problem and every year, especially when the summer time is approaching, I tend to stock up on different shoe sprays and deodorants and Scholl Deo-Activ Fresh Foot Spray can be found in my collection.
This spray comes in two versions: smaller, 50ml bottle (easy to pop in your handbag or take on a holiday) and a bigger, 100ml bottle. I am in possession of the latter. The plastic bottle is transparent but it is covered in a blue, see-through sticker so it is not always easy to see how much of it is left. On the front we can see some basic information such as the name and the promised effects, at the back there is much more info about what to expect, ingredients and the likes.
The producer makes quite a few promises - such as 'long lasting deodorising effects', 'quick drying, non greasy, non sticky, no residue', instantly refreshes' and 'limits growth of bacteria that cause foot odour for up to 24 hour' which make it sound like a perfect product for me.
I happily spread it on my feet which was very easy - just pressing the pump at the top which was dead easy. I usually needed to spray it two to three times to properly cover my feet which initially wasn't a problem but before I used half of the bottle, the pump seemed not to work so well and I sometimes had to press it numerous number of times to make it work.
I must agree with one of the promises, it is not greasy or sticky and leaves on residue which I think is the case thanks to its water-like texture. It also dries fairly quickly (which is a blessing in the morning). It also has a pleasant, refreshing minty scent which is not overwhelming and disappears fairly quickly. It indeed 'instantly refreshes' and for the first few days of usage, it did limit sweating and the odour. I have no idea why after a couple of days everything started going back to the 'norm' (which in my case is sweaty feet) and it no longer made any difference whether I have used the product or not. Just for experimenting purposes I stopped using it for a couple of weeks and went back to it then but it no longer worked.
It didn't moisturise my feet even though Scholl says it contains aloe vera and vitamin B5 for foot care; thankfully despite the alcohol content it did not dry my feet either.
Schooll Deo-Activ Fresh Foot Spray can be bought in Boots, Superdrug and major supermarkets. It is relatively expensive: you will pay approximately £4.00 for 50 ml and £6.50 for a 100-ml bottle.
Unfortunately, I did not find the product fit for purpose and I won't buy it again.
Thank you for reading my review.
Summary: willl not buy again
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