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.
Burtâ€™s Bees Coconut Foot Creme has rosemary to heal, and peppermint to purify. Itâ€™s rich with vegetable glycerin and coconut oil to heal as well asÂ protect the driest and most neglected feet.Â The texture is ultra emollient-rich but surprisingly, the smell is quite pleasant. It smells well, exactly like coconut of course and is definitely better than the Peppermint FootÂ Lotion I’ve reviewedÂ earlier.Â
Before using this product, I usually ensure that I’ve had my feet, especially the rough and callused skin on my heels polished either with a pumice stone or foot scrub.Â Then before retiring to bed, I apply the Coconut Foot Creme liberally on the feet, rubbing well into the heels before putting on a pair of socks.Â
The creme feels a bit warm on contact but it’s really slight but most important is the result is almost immediate as I can feel the skin on my heels really soft the next morning.Â In fact, I’ll let you on in one secret.Â I love to touch my heels quite a lot now!Â Heh.Â Thanks to the wonderful natural product from Burt’s Bees.
I bought the 4.34oz foot creme from whoopeekiddies.com at S$15.50.Â The only problem I can find about this product is that it leaves a greasy film on my hand after application.Â But still, I rate this five out of five!