The Sanctuary Foot Souffle Reviews
Product Type: The Sanctuary Leg & Foot Care
Newest Review: ... until you've washed your hands as). On opening the pot I was slightly disappointed that the Foot Souffle didn't have the ... more
by - written on 06/02/12 (Very useful, 75 readings)
Whilst I don't suffer from many problems with my feet, luckily, I do tend to get dry patches on my heels and ankles and we do a lot of fell-walking so my feet do get a bit of a battering and I like to give them a pampering every now and then. In the past, other foot-specific creams I've tried have always smelt strongly of mint and, as I don't like mint at all, I was always put off using them after the first go. So when I saw that The Sanctuary did this Foot Souffle I was immediately tempted to try it. I love many of The Sanctuary's other products and the smell is one of the best things about them, so the thought of a foot cream with that same lovely, musky ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/01/08 (Very useful, 107 readings)
A while ago I got a gift set containing lots of different Sanctuary bath products, and in it was a travel-sized bottle of their foot soufflé. I probably neglect to look after my feet as well as I could, and after coming back from a long day shopping, I got this out as my feet were desperately needing some TLC! ~What is it?~ This is a 'foot soufflé' a posh way of saying foot lotion I suppose! It claims to soften and moisturise feet, while soothing and relaxing them. It contains Tea Tree and Lavender essential oils as well as Shea Butter to help soften the skin ~Using it~ On removing the lid, you will notice the soufflé's strong ... Read the complete review
Products Similar to The Sanctuary Foot Souffle
Avon Footworks Lavender Intensive Treatment Cream - low price, works well, lots in tub, doesn't take long to use none for me
The Sanctuary Mum To Be Leg & Foot Spritz - smells divine and makes you feel instantly refreshed Quite expensive. About £5
The Sanctuary Pumice Footscrub - Smooth feet. I think there are better products out there.
La Source 60 Second Fix for Feet - Product works A little bit pricey- Good as a treat
CCS Foot Care Cream - Leaves all but my heels soft and smooth. Sinks in fast. A little goes a long way. Pricey. Not as fast acting/intensive as i would have liked.
Boots Gel Heel Socks - Better than normal socks. The gel in them doesn't work.
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