Oriflame Feet Up Soothing Foot Cream Review

Oriflame Feet Up Soothing Foot Cream

Oriflame has improved their footcare range by adding an extra natural ingredient. This feet-up soothing foot cream is an improved version of their old Oriflame Soothing Foot Cream with Chamomile. The new improved formula has two ingredients soothing Orange Blossom & Moisturising Wheat germ.

Oriflame Feet Up Soothing Foot Cream Review

What does Oriflame claim: Soothe and soften even the hardest working feet. Moisturising wheat germ oil and soothing orange blossom are combined in this rich, quickly-absorbed cream. Use anytime for lasting hydration with a bright fragrance, “Happy Feet from toes to heels”.

Ingredients : AQUA, CETEARYL ALCOHOL, UREA, GLYCERIN, CAPRYLIC/CAPRIC TRIGLYCERIDE, SODIUM CETEARYL SULFATE, CETEARETH-12, TRITICUM VULGARE GERM OIL, IMIDAZOLIDINYL UREA, METHYLPARABEN, PROPYLPARABEN, DIMETHICONE, PARFUM, CITRUS AURANTIUM DULCIS FLOWER EXTRACT, PROPYLENE GLYCOL, LIMONENE, LINALOOL, HEXYL CINNAMAL

Price: Actual Price is Rs.229, Introductory discount price is Rs.159 for 75 ml
How to use: Massage daily for soft feet.

Oriflame Feet Up Soothing Foot Cream Review

My Experience with the foot cream: I have used the older version of this cream which is the Oriflame Soothing Foot Cream with Chamomile. The packaging of the new foot cream is better when compared to the old one. The foot cream comes in a white coloured attractive tube. The cream smells like the Davana Leaves( Botanical Name – Artemisia Pallens)( though it’s not an ingredient here)
Davana Leaves- Davana is an important aromatic herb, much prized in India for its delicate fragrance. The leaves and flowers contain essential oil valued for its exquisite and delicate aroma and is used in high grade perfumes and cosmetics.

Oriflame Feet Up Soothing Foot Cream Review
The texture of the cream is thick & it neither looks like gel nor like a cream but a combination of gel & cream. It takes at least 3-4 minutes for the cream to get absorbed & there is an instant soft feeling after you apply the cream. Though I apply the cream anytime during the day, I think the best time to apply this cream would be night, because if it’s applied during the day time, you can’t be bare feet, it gets sticky when you walk after the application. Or you could wear socks after applying the cream & hop around the house. This cream softens & moisturises my feet & keeps them hydrated.

Pros of the Oriflame Feet Up Soothing Foot Cream

  • Delivers what it claims! It soothes & moisturises dry feet.
  • Smells awesome. It has this minty herbal smell which is not too over-powering
  • Texture is not too oily.
  • Packaging is decent! It comes in the form of a tube & is travel-friendly
  • Regular usage makes the skin supple.
  • A little goes a long way! For me, it will last for a month & half!
  • Doesn’t take too long to get absorbed! Just 3-4 minutes of massage will do!
  • Suitable for all seasons!

Cons of the Oriflame Feet Up Soothing Foot Cream

  • Doesn’t work for badly cracked heels! But regular usage prevents the cracks!
  • I find it little expensive for 75ml at the regular price, but for the introductory price it’s definitely worth the buy.

Will I repurchase this? Yes I will repurchase.

Will I recommend this? Yes, I will recommend this because it provides lasting hydration.

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33 thoughts on “Oriflame Feet Up Soothing Foot Cream Review

  1. hey ya all,

    I have been reading this blog for a long time so just thought of leaving some comments.
    I live in Dublin Ireland and its so sad we dont have Oriflame products here when I was in India I used to order so much stuff from the catalogue. The quality of the products is so good.
    🙁

    1. Hey RiRi! Too bad you don’t get Oriflame in Dublin! Do share your experiences with us about the brands available in Ireland! :yes:

      1. you dont get Oriflame in Dublin????? ?:) ?:) ?:) ?:)
        but half the Oriflame products are manufactured in Dublin!!!!!!
        Weird i tell u!!!!

  2. I have used the older one which was also pretty good…..so no doubt this one will be bettr……but at present I am more tempted by the Avon one – chocolate & pomegranade!! I am waiting for the order to arrive

  3. Good review Uzma………its going to be expensive from next time around na. 🙁 .what are davana leaves…in telugu you know what it is called ????…….

  4. Hey Jomol, davana leaves are called davanam in telugu! Davana leaves and stalks are used In making bouquets, garlands, fresh or dry flower arrangements.

  5. I agree, its an awesome product, but i also think the normal price for 75ml is a little too much. Wish they could bring it down.

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  11. Best moisturiser for feet. Super Like !! A must have for everybody. Sometimes we dont get time for pedicure. A very fast Replacement to pedicure. Too Good !! Being an Oriflame consultant, I get it on discount. So, I’ll recommend this for all.

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