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Kiko Milano has been on sale for quite a while now, so I thought I must pay a visit to the store as they were running final reductions on sale items. Although I did not find a huge difference in fresh and sale prices, but still I picked up a few pieces. Earlier, I had reviewed Kiko Milano eyeliners which weren’t the best liners, so this time I wasn’t sure about the quality of the products, but still gave them a try. In this review, I am reviewing one of the products that I picked up – Kiko Milano Intensive Hand and Foot Scrub.
Revitalizing and smoothing hand and foot scrub with pumice granules that instantly exfoliate the skin. The scrub’s effect varies according to the application: a gentle massage leaves the hands silky soft; a more vigorous massage smoothes the feet and chapped heels. The high concentration of moisturizing agents nourishes and soothes the skin. The scrub is also effective for smoothing dry patches on elbows and knees. Dermatologically tested.
My Experience with Kiko Milano Intensive Hand and Foot Scrub:
It comes in a card board box which bears all the information about this product. Actual product comes in a matte translucent tube which has tech snap top cap. The product is black in colour probably due to the presence of charcoal in it. The packaging is sturdy and travel friendly.
This scrub is strictly for hands and feet only because it has pumice stone grains as scrubbing granules. Plus it has charcoal which is known for it “dirt pulling” properties. Texture wise, it is thick and sticky.
It is good for removing dead skin from feet, but I am not sure about using it on my hands because stone grains are way too harsh for hands I feel. For feet, it works just fine. I would compare this with The Body Shop Peppermint Foot Scrub.
This scrub is similar to TBS scrub in texture, but a little bit sticky than that though. TBS one has better smell, this one has almost no fragrance. Plus this has charcoal elements which the TBS scrub lacks. Result wise, they both work in the same way, I could not find any major difference.
Pros of Kiko Milano Intensive Hand and Foot Scrub:
- Pumice stone grains give better results.
- There’s charcoal in the scrub.
- A little bit goes a long way.
Cons of Kiko Milano Intensive Hand and Foot Scrub:
- Strictly for hand and feet only.
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