Hey Pretty Women!
I am here today to review my very first product from Freeman. I have seen so many reviews of the face masks from this brand that I decided I would try something different. I have extremely dry feet – so dry that the spaces between each toe also gets really dry :/ I have always been on the lookout for a good foot cream that not only moisturizes well and keeps my feet soft, but also smells good (you all probably know by now about my craze for yummy smells :D). I used to use Dr. Scholl, but the smell puts me off a lot, it smells like feet, and not in a good way!
The name of this cream itself had me interested. It has plum extract, peppermint and tea tree oil to soothe tired feet. I love mint in everything (the colour this season, the ice cream, mint orbit, pudina, you get the idea :P). So, this makes the product even more appealing for me. The packaging is cute – it’s a pink tube and the top part looks like tiny toes.
Rs. 220, got it for Rs. 209 online for a quantity of 5.3 fl oz or 150 ml.
The lotion smells very candy-like, good enough to eat, and if you apply it after a bath, it does give a subtle cooling effect because of the peppermint. The lotion is thick, and soaks into the skin pretty easily. Here’s a look at what the product claims.
I haven’t really tried a foot massage with this, but if my local beauty parlour had this, I would be really pleased to get a pedicure from them. The lotion is a light purple in colour and feels immediately soft when applied. I usually apply this right after a bath or shower and also just before I go to bed. Unless there’s dust or other factors, my feet stay soft and moisturized all day, and smell amazing too!
Pros of Freeman Barefoot Softening Foot Lotion with Peppermint and Plum:
- Smells delicious.
- Fun colour (hey, that IS a factor for me, come on! PURPLE lotion!!! All it needs now is sparkles and I’ll be so happy :D)
- Cools and soothes.
- Moisturizes well.
- Light and not greasy.
Cons of Freeman Barefoot Softening Foot Lotion with Peppermint and Plum:
- Might be considered too expensive for a foot lotion.
- I can’t think of any other cons :/
Would I Repurchase Freeman Barefoot Softening Foot Lotion with Peppermint and Plum?
From this range, yes, not the same lotion though, I like trying out different varieties!
Freeman Superfruits Rejuvenating Facial Moisturizer
Freeman Facial Clay Mask with Mint and Lemon
Freeman Superfruits Transforming Facial Scrub
Freeman Facial Enzyme Mask – Pineapple
Freeman Bare Foot Shea Butter Heel and Callus Balm
Vichy Purete Thermale Softening Exfoliating Cream
H20 Plus Softening Mint Foot Rub
St Ives Softening Whipped Silk Body Lotion
Shahnaz Hussain Softening Skin Wash vs Oriflame Silk and Cashmere in-Shower Moisturiser
Jergens Foot Cream
Scholl Cracked Heel Repair Cream
Amway Attitude Foot Cream
L’occitane Shea Butter Foot Cream
The Body Shop Peppermint Smoothening Pumice Foot Scrub
The Body Shop Peppermint Intensive Foot Rescue
Lush Mint Julips Peppermint and Chocolate Sugar Lip Scrub
Aroma Magic Peppermint Exfol Gel
Lotus Herbals Pomegranate & Plum Energizing Skin Polisher
Lakme Peach & Plum Daily Glow Moisturiser
L’Oreal Colour Riche Lip Gloss – Rich Plum 720
Lakme Lip Love Lipstick Plum Pout