Wassup everybody?! Before I write today’s review, let me proudly announce, it is that time of the year that my skin loves and it behaves absolutely much better compared to any part of the year. My skin has a mind of its own and always decides to play good during the winters. A lot of my skin issues likes acne, breakouts and pimples are minimal and my skin tries to behave its best by clearing out a lot of dark spots. I mean it might not be a perfect 10, but is a lot better than any other time. It has a recovery cycle of its own to clear up all the damage done during the summers. I so dread summers 😛 Oh anyway, I am happy for what my skin is at the moment. And now to start off with the review, I am going to write about this one product I have tried for the first time, this is a gift from my friend. Let’s see whether it worked for me or not.
And yet again, I am unsure of the price for this product of 150 ml.
This moisturizing massage cream comes in a huge blue-white tube. The tube has a screw-on flip cap to dispense the product. The packaging feels quite funny as the tube is not sturdy when you hold it, it is very flimsy and jiggles in your hand. Even when you want to dispense the product, you got to be very careful as the tube is not hard/sturdy and you might accidentally pump out a lot of product at the slightest of pressure on the tube.
My Experience with Freeman Bare Foot Moisturizing Massage Cream:
This moisturizing cream is light blue in color. The texture of the cream is smooth, but is very slightly on the runny side, something like a gel. The fragrance of this cream is however very funny. It smells somewhat like a minty toothpaste/soap and a shaving gel. I really cannot describe the scent, smells very funny to me, nothing very over-powering or bothersome though, so sensitive noses would not really be put-off by it.
And now to tell you how it actually works, the cream is not really greasy, it gets absorbed immediately into the skin, initially leaves a dewy finish over the skin, but settles down in a couple of minutes leaving the skin feeling smooth and supple. This would work for normal/dry skin, would smooth out dry skin within no time, leaving your skin feeling healthy and soft. But it does not provide deep moisturization as claimed as I don’t see it eliminating dryness completely. My skin gets back to normal after just about two hours and then I need to reapply. Hence, I don’t really feel it would do a lot of good for extremely dry skin as the moisturization part is quite average, unlike what they claim. It’s just an average foot massage cream, does not work that great to treat cracked feet. It does not work either on rough scaly skin. It’s not long lasting in terms of keeping the skin moisturized.
Pros of Freeman Bare Foot Moisturizing Massage Cream:
- Makes skin soft and supple.
- Non-greasy formula.
- Gets absorbed into the skin in no time.
Cons of Freeman Bare Foot Moisturizing Massage Cream:
- Flimsy packaging.
- Provides average moisturization.
- Not suitable for extremely dry skin.
- Does not work on cracked heels or rough scaly skin.
Would I Recommend Freeman Bare Foot Moisturizing Massage Cream?
2.5/5 (Just because it makes skin supple and smooth, only for a couple of hours though).
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