Who is it for? Freeman Barefoot Lemon and Sage Foot Scrub is for those looking for a good affordable foot scrub.
Price- 550 rupees
How to use- Massage on feet with hand, loofah or pumice, focusing on rough areas. Then rinse well.
My experience with Freeman Barefoot Lemon and Sage Foot Scrub
has a packaging similar to that of a face wash. A cap and a tube-like shape to put cream onto your hand. A small outlet like that of a hole is present on plucking the outer part of the cap, present at the bottom of the packaging, which helps to ooze out scrub easily from the tube.
The foot scrub is very useful to those people who prefer doing a pedicure at home. I generally do a pedicure at home and thus it has helped me a lot. The scrub has the texture of rough particles inside it that acts effectively with the dead skin cells under our heels.
The scrub is perfect to be applied with your hands. Loofah and pumice may be less effective since the correct force of scrubbing can be applied using our hands only.
The product has not been tested on animals and is safe to be used. The scrub is very effective and can be used as often as desired.
Generally, I see people use face scrubs for foot also. This is not at all advisable if you want a perfect end result for your pedicure. You will surely see a difference in the texture of your under-foot skin after prolonged use.
- Very useful
- Unmatchable performance when compared to other foot scrubs in market
- Lemon and sage are very effective in removing dead skin cells
- it is a bit costly and if this is useless to you, you can avoid buying this product.
Highly reliable and a highly recommended product. I give this a five-star rating. The best partner for pedicure-at-home.
Bye girls! Look good, stay happy!!!!
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