Winter is almost here and we’re all going to be battling dry skin; for some of you the dry skin battle might have already begun. Personally for me, the areas that are affected the most are my knees, elbows and feet. So today, I’m going to review one of my Holy Grail products – the Scholl Foot Beauty Stone.
As the name suggests, it’s for the feet particularly. However, I also use it on my knees and elbows. This porous stone is just like a pumice stone but with a less rough texture. The pores on this stone work really well in removing dead and rough skin.
I usually wet the area and by applying slight pressure, rub the stone back and forth on the area. You can also rub it only in one direction instead of doing that but that’s a personal preference. I do the same on my knees and elbows but very gently since the skin of these areas isn’t as rough as that of the feet. After I’m done washing, I dry my feet and apply the Foot Cream from Scholl.
The only problem that I have with this stone is that of trapped dead skin. Since it is so porous, the dead skin gets trapped and I usually need to use a tooth brush to remove it and even then it’s not removed completely. I sanitize the stone with some Dettol water before drying it up in the heat.
This is a great product to have in your pedicure kit and the fact that it just costs Rs. 90 makes it even better! Also, it works better than the Rough Skin Remover scrub from Scholl.
Pros of Scholl Foot Beauty Stone:
• Less rough texture as compared to pumice stone.
• Removes rough skin better than the Rough Skin Remover scrub from Scholl.
• Inexpensive and easily available in India.
Cons of Scholl Foot Beauty Stone:
• Slightly difficult to remove trapped dead skin in the pores of the stone.
4.5/5 (-0.5 for the con)
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