Scholl Rough Skin Remover Reviews
Product Type: Scholl Leg & Foot Care
Newest Review: ... were horrendous. I had a build up of dry hard skin on the balls of my feet and the heels. I thought it would take a lot of ... more
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Scholl Footcare - Toiletries Rough Skin Remover 75ml
Specially formulated to tackle the toughest skin leaving feet smo ...
Last Update 18.05.2013 16:11
by - written on 15/05/11 (Very useful, 28 readings)
I bought this about a month ago to prepare my feet ready for the summer. I bought this in Tesco where is cost me £3.00 for a 75ml tube. The scrub promises to smooth away dead skin fast. It contains fruit AHA's which are known to activate skin cell renewal. It also contains pumice to remove hard skin. The scrub is also dermatologically tested. To use this scrub you apply it to clean dry feet, I find it is most effective if you have washed your feet an hour of so before as otherwise your skin is too soft and it isn't as effective. You then need to massage into your feet in circular motions before rinsing off. It is recommended for best results that ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/06/10 (Very useful, 27 readings)
As summer (hopefully) approaches, it's time to break your feet out of their winter socks and boots and get them into those pretty sandals and flip-flops. But sometimes a little bit of work is needed first, as those neglected heels and toes need a little TLC before being fit for the public eye! The great thing about this grainy foot scrub is that you can use it on dry feet and then rinse it off. So I can stand in the shower and give my feet a good scrub before standing under the water and letting the product rinse away. I think that using the product on dry skin really means the scrubbing action is a lot more effective as it isn't diluted with water. It's ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/10/05 (Very useful, 476 readings)
A couple of weeks ago, I found myself mildly annoyed with the dry and unpleasant feeling on the underside of my feet. My feet felt as if they had stepped into a tub of chalk dust – and no washing could remove that feeling. I consequently decided that it was just about time to spend my Boots points and find a product that would make my feet feel normal again. As usual when I walk through Boots, I completely forgot what I came in to purchase, but on my way to the check-out counter I spotted a stand with Scholl products. Two products in particular caught my attention – the “Rough Skin Remover” and the “Deep Moisturising Cream”. **The ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/08/09 (Very useful, 47 readings)
Back in June when we had some sunny weather and the sandals made their first appearance of the year, I began to notice I had unsightly rough skin around my heels and on the sides of my toes. I don't usually use any creams on my feet but I hated to see my feet looking so tired and uncared for so I had a look around for a good foot scrub. I have used Scholl products many times before and know they are a trusted brand so when I spotted this rough skin remover I didn't hesitate to buy it. The product comes in a small white tube containing 75ml which is plenty to last you a long time; a little goes a VERY long way! On the back of the tube it suggests applying ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/09/09 (Very useful, 51 readings)
When I first bought Scholl Rough Skin remover I was on my last attempt at curing my horribly dry and flaky feet. I had tried what felt like millions of foot care products, so when I went looking for another 'cure', I thought i'd use a tried and trusted name, but was still very dubious and expected no miracles. On application it smelt nice and pleasant, and I was very happy with the clay-like consitancy and how the little scrubbers seemed very substantial and felt like they were actually doing something but without ripping your foot off. It felt more like a tickling sensation. I applied the scrub to my feet with circular moments, using very little ... Read the complete review
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