I received a few packets of L’Occitane Shea Butter Foot Cream samples but did not remember to use them till recently. The product is lovely in terms of its texture and smell but I’m unlikely to buy it because it’s just too costly. The 150ml tube cost S$43, almost thrice the price of the Burt’s Bee Coconut Foot Creme I’m using!
While L’Occitane Shea Butter Foot Cream does moisturize, keeping my feet feeling soft and supple, it isn’t as rich and doesn’t soften the most stubborn of callused skin on my heels that well. But having said that, because it is lighter in texture, it gets absorbed into my feet much faster and I can apply it on with confidence, without worrying about leaving greasy residue on my shoes, the floor or my bed.
According to the description on their official website, L’Occitane Shea Butter Foot Cream contains antiseptic A.O.C. lavender essential oil to purify, anti-inflammatory arnica extract to help reduce redness and irritation, plus refreshing mint to keep feet cool. In addition, this foot cream contains 15% shea butter, although it certainly doesn’t feel as rich as L’Occitane Shea Butter Hand Cream.
This product is a clear winner with ladies, with 67 of them at Makeupalley giving it an overall rating of 4.3 out of 5, raving that it performs well with consistent usage. Like I said, it is too expensive. But if you’re in the mood to splurge on your feet and give it some wonderful tender love, why not?
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