Kama Ayurveda Foot Cream Review

Hello everybody,

I am here with one more body care product and this time it is a foot cream from Kama Ayurveda. This is a thick, rich and buttery foot cream made with 100% organic cold pressed sweet almond and coconut oils. To know more about this foot cream in detail, kindly continue reading.


Price: ₹ 595/- for 60g
Product Description:
92.3% natural. A nourishing foot cream made with 100% organic cold pressed sweet almond and coconut oils that relieves dryness and heals cracked and chapped skin. With a natural antioxidant formula, regular application increases elasticity of the skin to repair cracked heels. Blended with shea butter, cocoa butter and kokum butter which penetrate deep and help soften dry, rough heels and calloused skin. Organic aloe vera juice acts as a protecting antiseptic agent to hydrate and guard against germs and toxins. The renewing essential oils of lemon, verbena and cedar wood refreshes and invigorate tired feet.
Key Ingredients:
• Aquilaria Agallocha:
The oil of aquilaria agallocha is astringent and bitter it is also known as aloe wood. It is useful in cases of abnormal “Vata and Kapha doshas” (Ayurvedic terminologies). It can also cure arthritis. It is a good anti inflammatory agent and widely used in skin care. It is also a chief ingredient in incense sticks, due to its aroma.
• Theobroma Cacao:
It is also known as cocoa. It is obtained from cocoa seeds. The moisturising abilities of cocoa butter are frequently recommended for prevention of stretch marks in pregnant women, treatment of chapped or burned skin and lips and as a daily moisturiser to prevent dry, itchy skin.
• Garcinia Indica:
It is also known as kokum butter. It has antibacterial properties to it. The butter takes amazing care of the skin. Kokum butter also contains antioxidant and vitamin E. Kokum butter helps regenerate tired and worn skin cells and supports skin elasticity and general flexibility of the skin wall.
How to Apply:
Take a small amount on palms and gently massage on your feet, till completely absorbed. Best used right before going to bed.
It comes packaged in a floral designed lemon and olive coloured plastic tube with a black coloured screw open cap which has a flap opening. This decent looking tube comes packaged in a floral designed lemon and olive coloured cardboard box with an outer plastic covering. The product and brand names are inscribed in a golden coloured font with a golden coloured border on both the tube and cardboard box. The use of golden font and border makes the packaging appear appealing and luxurious. The tube packaging is travel-friendly and hygienic to use.

My Experience with Kama Ayurveda Foot Cream:

I picked up two foot-care products from Kama Ayurveda. So let’s get on with my views about Kama Ayurveda foot cream. It’s a white coloured, ultra rich and soft textured cream blended with rich essentials oils and butters. The cold pressed process used for extracting pure organic coconut and almond oils helps retain the essential properties and makes the cream rich and pure. The renewing essential oils of lemon, verbena and cedar wood refresh and invigorate tired feet.


This cream is formulated with the blend of three rich butters: shea, cocoa and kokum; these butters make the cream rich and ultra luxurious. The cream needs to be massaged; once absorbed, it does not feel oily or sticky. It is best to be applied after evening shower or after washing feet, just before bedtime. As mentioned earlier, I usually get slightly rough and dry skin around my feet. Scholl Dry Skin Daily Moisturiser for Feet, which I have already reviewed, definitely helped me get rid of my dry and rough skin. However, regular nourishment and moisturisation are required to keep the skin of my feet smooth. Hence I picked up a slightly heavier cream for approaching winters and could not resist using it right away.


I have been using this cream for a couple of weeks now and the skin of my feet feels soft and silky. In fact, the effect is felt on the very first day itself. I apply it all over my feet from toe to heel and massage it mildly till it gets absorbed. I prefer using it towards the end of the day or just before going to bed. I sometimes use it on a daily basis and sometimes on alternate days, as required and desired. The fragrance is refreshing and relaxing; it smells like lemongrass. The size of the tube is decent and you can carry it around.


Pros of Kama Ayurveda Foot Cream:

• A thick, rich and buttery foot cream
• Penetrates deeply
• Keeps skin soft for long
• An intensely moisturising foot cream
• Enriched with natural ingredients to nourish, soothe and refresh tired feet
• Relieves damage and dryness
• Lifts and helps get rid of dead skin
• Softens and increases skin’s elasticity
• Heals cracked heels and repairs calloused skin
• Travel-friendly and hygienic packaging


Cons of Kama Ayurveda Foot Cream:

• None in my opinion.

IMBB Rating: 5/5
Would I Recommend/Repurchase Kama Ayurveda Foot Cream?
Yes if you are looking for an ultra-nourishing and luxurious foot cream. This cream helps repair and heal chapped skin and makes it soft, smooth and velvety. I will definitely repurchase.

Thanks and cheers!

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