Most people who wear closed shoes suffer from foot odour. I always keep foot deodorants or creams handy to save myself from some embarrassment. Moving on to the review, who knows feet better than Scholl! Today’s review is all about Scholl Fresh Step Anti-Perspirant Foot Spray. Read on to know more.
Price and Quantity: $8.50 for 150 ml
Scholl Fresh Step Anti-Perspirant Foot Spray has a specially developed tri-action formula which neutralises odour, reduces moisture and provides 24-hour protection against odour.
⦁ Instantly neutralises odour with a 24-hour protection against odour
⦁ Reduces wetness with drying action
⦁ Has a light, airy fragrance
⦁ Keeps your feet fresh all day – take your shoes of with confidence
⦁ This product is suitable for people with diabetes and those with poor blood circulation
How to Use:
Shake well before use. Hold can approximately 10–15 cm away from dry, clean skin and spray evenly. Focus on the sole of the foot and between toes, where sweating is concentrated.
Butane, isobutane, propane, aluminum chlorohydrate, cyclopentasiloxane, cyclohexasiloxane, disteardimonium hectorite, parfum, propylene carbonate, benzyl salicylate, hexyl cinnamal, linalool, citronellol, coumarin, limonene, eugenol, cinnamyl alcohol, propellant: hydrocarbon.
My Experience with Scholl Fresh Step Anti-Perspirant Foot Spray:
The foot spray comes in a compressed metal container. The spray can is similar to any deodorant. It has a yellow nozzle with a yellow cap that closes with a click. The spray nozzle effectively spreads the foot spray. The spray smells floral and fresh. The smell is a bit intimidating and strong when applied.
The pressure/gas from the spray makes your throat cringe and I cough every time I apply the product. I wish the smell was milder and the strong forceful gas was lesser. The usage of the foot deodorant is quite easy. You have to apply the spray to your feet, wait for few minutes and then put on your shoes. The feet smell fresh instantly but the spray also leaves a white cast. The reason being the spray is more like a powdery water than an actual spray.
The white cast also sprays on the floor while applying and has to be cleaned up. As the spray is an antiperspirant one, it keeps the feet sweat free and this is a plus. The spray comes with a claim of 24 hours and this is a bit exaggerating in any deodorant. The spray keeps my feet sweat free for at least 5-6 hours and post which a reapplication is needed.
Coming to the smelly feet issue, it does eliminate the odour for a very long time. I have had my feet smelling fresh for more than 8 hours. However, I have noticed that with closed shoes, which are not breathable, the effect lasts around 5 hours. Even though the feet smell, it can hardly be noticed unless you bring the feet close to the nose.
The presence of certain chemicals makes the skin dry and you need to keep it moisturised. The product does not cause any irritation and, as claimed by them, can be used by diabetic people too. I have been using this occasionally and am happy with the results. It is a good product if you need easy, quick and temporary fix for your smelly feet.
So, summing up:
Pros of Scholl Fresh Step Anti-Perspirant Foot Spray:
⦁ Sprays over a wide area.
⦁ Minimizes sweat on the feet.
⦁ Makes feet feel fresh.
⦁ Eliminates bad odour for around 8 hours.
⦁ Easy to use.
⦁ Doesn’t cause any irritation.
⦁ Fresh and floral fragrance.
Cons of Scholl Fresh Step Anti-Perspirant Foot Spray:
⦁ Leaves a white cast.
⦁ Dries out the skin
IMBB Rating: 3.5/5
Would I Recommend Scholl Fresh Step Anti-Perspirant Foot Spray?
Would I Repurchase Scholl Fresh Step Anti-Perspirant Foot Spray?
Yes, till I find an alternative.
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