I love my feet and used to spend quite a bit of time fussing over it before I had my child. But in these few years, I’ve not really taken good care of them like I used to. Good thing though they’re not in a bad condition because I still remember to scrub them regularly and apply foot cream on them whenever I am not lazy.
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!
Two days ago when I went for a pedicure, I was delighted to hear compliments about my feet. The pedicurist had remarked that the condition of my feet is very good, with minimal cracked heel marks. Coming from someone who touches different feet all day long, this really made me happy.
And of course I have to thank the latest addition to my feet care. Burt’s Bee Coconut Foot Creme. It’s definitely an excellent product and I should have gotten this way earlier.
This is a basic invigorating foot lotion. If I were to compare it with Neat Feat, my other foot cream, this natural foot lotion only softens my feet, but doesn’t do as much for my cracked heels.