Hey IMBB girls,
Hope you had a blast this Holi and the long weekend! Enough of fun, now back to work!So, before I get buried under the pile of tedious assignments, presentations and notes, here is a quick review about a product I purchased almost a couple of months back. Freeman is well known for their diverse range of foot products – be it scrubs, soaks, butters, lotions and even sprays, and not without good reason. Read on to know my opinion on Freeman Bare Foot Vanilla + Jasmine Butter Cream.
This ultra-nourishing foot butter with vanilla, jasmine and shea butter provides all-over skin conditioning. Sweep over rough, dry feet and release the benefits of moisturizing ingredients that soften and restore skin.
My Experience with Freeman Bare Foot Vanilla + Jasmine Butter Cream:
It comes in a sturdy white tube with a brown flip open cap. It has a jasmine flower drawn on the front of the tube. The top edges of the tube are curved in the shape of the toes. It has all the product details printed, including use ingredients and manufacturing details. Overall, I have no complaints about this attractive and travel-friendly packaging.
The texture of the cream is just perfect. I like my foot creams to be on the thicker side and this is absolutely my kind of consistency. So, while it isn’t so thick that it’s a pain to squeeze it out from the tube, the thick white butter is smooth yet light. It is nourishing without feeling greasy or oily on my feet.
I wash my feet and rub a pumice stone to buff away the dead cells. Next, I apply this before going to sleep. Although I think since it is quite lightweight and non-sticky, you can apply it during day also. It doesn’t give me sweaty uncomfortable feet. Within two uses, my cracked heels looked visibly soft. The calluses on my feet, caused due to walking on rough roads, felt softer and the thick skin healed within 7 days of consistent usage.
It takes around 5 minutes to absorb, so if you want instant absorption and hydration, you may not like it. My bedtime rituals agrees with this cream – applying this and lazing around! The smell is mild but beautiful. Although it says vanilla and jasmine, the jasmine notes are subdued and lost in the prominent vanilla smell. But it’s beautiful nonetheless, and feels quite warm and relaxing.
It lives up to the claims of a hydrating and softening butter cream which repairs my cracked feet and makes them soft to touch. A great option for the daily nourishment you need to flaunt your summer sandals.
Pros of Freeman Bare Foot Vanilla + Jasmine Butter Cream:
- Cute, sturdy packaging.
- Perfect thick butter.
- Treats dry feet.
- Repairs cracked feet and calluses.
- Mild pleasant smell.
- Lightweight, non-greasy texture.
- Doesn’t give sweaty feet.
Cons of Freeman Bare Foot Vanilla + Jasmine Butter Cream:
- Doesn’t get absorbed instantly.
- Jasmine fragrance is negligible.
Would I Recommend/Repurchase Freeman Bare Foot Vanilla + Jasmine Butter Cream?
Yes! I would love to check out other options from Freeman’s amazing range.
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