Monday, 23 July 2012

Summer Foot Care: Sally Hansen Foot Mask and Dr Scholl's Callus File

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Today I am going to do a review of 2 foot care products plus some of my foot care tips! Afterall, it's summer and it's time for sandals! Imagine you are wearing a lovely sun dress, colorful sandals, but dry, rough feet!! We have to take care of feet especially when summer is here! This post is about 2 products I am currently using that moisturize and remove rough skin: Sally Hansen Spa Foot Mask with Lavender & Tea Tree Oil and Dr Scholl's Callus File

Sally Hansen Spa Foot Mask with Lavender & Tea Tree Oil

This foot mask smells very nice with a light lavender smell and is very refreshing! I think it's great when you want to feel relaxed! I love to soak my feet in warm water before using this mask which is a total spa treat! I give this 4/5.

It has a cream like consistency that is pretty easy to apply and doesn't make a mess as it holds onto your feet. It dries off after around 5-10 minutes. You then wash the foot mask off under lukewarm water. I give this 4/5 as well!

This Sally Hansen Foot Mask does moisturize your feet after use although the results are pretty short term. I think you have to use it consistently for a while to see the results. However, for rougher skin, it doesn`t help as much. I think you still need a filer. If the moisturizer effect can stay longer it would deserve a higher score. I give this category 3.5/5.

Overall I love this foot spa and would get it again! An overall 4/5.

Dr. Scholl’s Callus File

Removing callus and rough skin
This Dr. Scholl's callus foot file has two different abrasive surfaces and files calluses and hard skin. The durable stainless steel head is washable and long-lasting. I normally use the more abrasive side to remove callus and the gentler side to remove rough skin on the balls of my feet. It does a pretty good job removing rough skin and makes my feet feel softer. I give this a 4/5!  

Easy to use and clean
I like the shape of this foot file better than a pedi stone because it`s easier to use. It has an easy-grip handle that lets you file even hard-to-reach areas. For cleaning I use put it under running water and hang it to air dry afterwards which is pretty easy. Another 4/5!

Overall this is definitely a 4/5 for me and I love this more than a regular pedi stone!

Mimika's Foot Care Routine:
  1. Soak your feet in warm water. You can add a few drops of your favourite essential oil or olive oil to moisturize your feet
  2. Buff your feet with a pedi file or stone to remove callus or rough skin
  3. Towel dry your feet and apply your favourite foot mask. Leave for 10 to 15 mins and wash off
  4. Apply a pedi cream to your feet while massaging your feet in circular motion. Don't forget to massage your legs as well especially if you wear heels a lot.
  5. When applying pedi cream, remember to apply on your toe nails and cuticles as well!

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  1. Thanks for sharing your review :)

    Lots of joy!

  2. i love foot massages! my honey is the best at those ;)

  3. i love those foot files. they keep my feet oh so pretty and soft ;) cute blog girl!

    1. Same here! I can't not wear heels and those file saves my feet :)

  4. nice post with nice content. love to read this kind of post.

  5. Thanks for the review. I need to check into the Sally Hansen Foot Cream. New follower here from the Friday Blog Hop.



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