Scholl Foot Cream Mousse Review

Scholl Foot Cream Mousse Review

Hi IMBB!!!

Today, I am going to review Scholl Foot Cream Mousse.  I had eczema patches on my feet since 2-3 years and my feet always felt very dry and hard. I tried various foot creams and medicines to lighten the eczema patches, but there wasn’t any noticeable improvement. Then, I came across Scholl foot care products online and decided to buy Scholl foot cream mousse and Scholl foot and nail cream. Scholl foot and nail cream is already reviewed on IMBB.  Let’s see if Scholl Foto Cream Mousse is worth it.

Scholl Foot Cream Mousse Review

Product Description:

Scholl foot cream mousse is a scientific breakthrough in foot skincare, giving you the intensive moisturisation you would expect from the thickest cream in a light, easy to apply mousse.

  • Immediately softens and hydrates the skin.
  • Protects from drying and cracking.
  • Instantly absorbed- so hosiery can be worn immediately after application.
  • Fragrance free.
  • Preservative free.
  • Suitable for sensitive skin.
  • Suitable and recommended for diabetics.

Scholl Foot Cream Mousse

Directions For Use:

Shake can well before use. Invert can, dispense an amount the size of a golf ball. Apply once or twice daily as required. Contains enough for about 160 applications.


Pressurized container: protect from sunlight. Do not expose to temperatures exceeding 50 degree Celsius. Do not pierce or burn even after use. Do not spray on any naked flame or incandescent material. Keep away from sources of ignition. No smoking. Keep out of reach of children. Keep out of eyes. Use only as directed and avoid inhalation. Intentional misuse by deliberately concentrating and inhaling contents can be harmful or fatal.

Scholl Foot Cream Mousse


Aqua, Urea, Decyl oleate, Octyldodecanol, Butane, Stearic acid, Cetearyl Alcohol, propane, propylene glycol, glycerin, glyceryl stearate, allantoin, sodium lauroyl sarcosinate, dimethicone, triceteareth-4 phosphate, parrafinum liquidum, aminomethyl propanolol.  Propellant: hydrocarbon.


Rs. 220/- for 125 ml.


3 years from date of manufacture.

The can is made up of metal. There’s no danger of spilling the mousse or breaking the can while travelling.  The packaging is travel friendly.  You need to invert the can and press the dispenser and mousse comes out on your palm.

Scholl Foot Cream Mousse

Texture and Consistency:

It has shaving foam like consistency. As a result, it feels very light on feet. I love its dispenser. It’s white in color.

My Experience with Scholl Foot Cream Mousse:

I apply this mousse twice on my feet, once in the morning and once at night. True to its claim, it absorbs instantly and provides intensive moisturisation. My feet remain moisturized, soft and supple the entire day.  My feet feel pampered. The mousse has definitely lightened my eczema spots. The white scales which were present on my feet due to rough and dry skin are no longer there.

Scholl Foot Cream Mousse

I love that it doesn’t spoil my bed sheet when applied in the night (most of the foot creams do that). It’s not at all sticky, greasy or oily. The mousse feels very light on feet.

Summing up, I am very satisfied with the cream. :yyyaaayyyy:

Pros of Scholl Foot Cream Mousse:

  • Provides intensive moisturisation.
  • Moisturisation lasts the entire day.
  • Gets instantly absorbed into the skin.
  • Its not sticky, oily or greasy.
  • Dust doesn’t get attracted to it.
  • Fragrance free.
  • Preservative free.
  • Suitable for sensitive skin.
  • Lasts for 1-and-a-half month even if used twice daily.
  • Affordable and its worth every penny.
  • Feet remain moisturized the entire day.
  • My feet no longer feel rough.
  • Travel friendly.
  • Lightens eczema spots.
  • Protects feet from drying and cracking.
  • It isn’t slippery.
  • No flare ups of my eczema.

Cons of Scholl Foot Cream Mousse:

  • I didn’t find any con with it.

IMBB Rating:


Would I repurchase? yes definitely. I have already finished two bottles and this is my third one.

Do I recommend? Yes. Give it a shot if you have dry and rough feet.

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22 thoughts on “Scholl Foot Cream Mousse Review

  1. This looks like a dollop of Vanilla ice cream.. 😛 I am into foot cream phase right now… I am definitely buying this.. Nice review Surbhi.. 🙂

    1. Thanks pallavi 🙂 yes it does look like vanilla icecream. you will definitely like this mousse pallavi 🙂

    1. Totally agree with u Ila 🙂 i have used their.foot soak, mousse and foot and nail cream. All three are good and effective 🙂 Sometimes i feel their products are better than medicated products 😛

    1. I don’t have cracked feet Ankita, so I can’t b sure but it does protect from drying and cracking of heels. 🙂

  2. Dear Surbhi
    I also have dry feet with some scars, after reading your review i think i sud use this
    can u suggest some sites where i can buy this online.

  3. Wow, no cons! This sounds so perfect for my much ignored feet. I am definitely going to get this. Hopefully, it’ll make my feet better too. Thanks for the review, Surbhi. 😀

  4. oh wowieee!! i saw this at the store the other day and was wondering whether i should go for it or not. it sounds perfect. definitely getting this. :))

  5. Nice review. I will buy it for sure. I have some eczema flare ups too and use Diprosalic to keep it under control, what do you use for yours, Surbhi?

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