Monday, May 19, 2014

Get Ready for Summer: Pamper Your Feet

Disclaimer: Products featured were provided for review.
As summer is fast approaching, it's time to start giving your feet the TLC they need and prep them for sandal seasons. Today I have three great pedi products that will leave your feet callus-free, soft, and minty!
To read more about these products and my reviews, click......
Spongeables Pedi-Scrub Foot Buffer Lavender and Tea Tree Oil review
Spongeables Pedi-Scrub Foot Buffer with Lavender and Tea Tree Oil ($7.99)
What it is:
What's a Spongeable you ask? Only the coolest invention since sliced bread I say! Basically, Spongeables are shower gel infused sponges that provides a good and foamy lather for up to 20 washes. The Pedi-Scrub Foot Buffer is a special Spongeable that's especially designed for the feet.

-A flower shaped dual sided sponge
-One side has a rougher exfoliating pad, good for callused heels and dead skin
-The pink side is made of a gentler sponge that provides a mild scrubbing, perfect for the entire feet
Spongeables Pedi-Scrub Foot Buffer Lavender and Tea Tree Oil review
Key Ingredients:
The sponge is infused with a foaming shower gel formulated with:
-Olive oil
-Shea butter
-Tea tree oil

The sponge has a very refreshing herbal scent, it's provides a great kick of energy for tired feet.

I am super in love with this Spongeable! To use the sponge, simply wet it until it softens. I recommend using the Pedi-Scrub in the bath so you can get a real good scrubbing going. The exfoliating side is a bit abrasive but it's really good for the heels. I noticed that it takes a couple of uses to really soften the sponge but once it's broken in, it's very handy for washing the feet. After using the Spongeable, the skin on my feet feels super soft and nourished.

soap & glory heel genius foot cream review
Soap & Glory Heel Genius Foot Cream ($16.00):
What it is:
-A rich and moisturizing food cream
-Formulated with macadamia oil, billberry, orange and lemon acid smoothers for extra hydration
-Can be used as a traditional food cream or as an intense foot mask
soap & glory heel genius foot cream review
The Heel Genius has a lightweight and non-greasy formula. The cream has a light blue tint and has a super refreshing minty scent. I love that it absorbs super quickly and provides a long lasting moisturization. I use it as a foot mask by applying a thick and generous layer on my feet and then putting on a pair of Spa Moisture Socks from EcoTools (see below)

EcoTools Spa Moisture Socks review
EcoTools Spa Moisture Socks ($5.99):
What they are:
-Super lightweight and breathable socks meant to be worn over a foot cream
-Made from bamboo pulps that feels extremely soft over the skin
EcoTools Spa Moisture Socks review
I have been using these socks with Heel Genius every night for a couple weeks now and the combo is just perfect, they allow the foot cream to really absorb without rubbing off on your slippers or sheets. Unlike just any old socks, the EcoTools Spa Moisture Socks are super breathable so my feet don't feel like they are suffocating while I have my foot mask on. However, the socks are thick enough that no foot cream leaks out of the fabric, which makes them perfect to wear in bed!

Spongeables Pedi-Scrub Foot Buffer with Lavender and Tea Tree Oil is available online at Farleyco and in stores at Apple Drug Mart, Army & Navy, London Drugs, Paragon Pharmacy, Save On, select Lawtons Drugs, Pharmasave, Proxim, Shoppers Drug Mart, and Value Drug Mart.

Soap & Glory Heel Genius is available in stores at Shopper Drug Mart and

EcoTools Spa Moisture Socks is available online at Farleyco and in stores at select Brunet, Lawtons Drugs, Loblaws, Pharmasave, Sobeys, Uniprix, Zehrs.

Have you tried any of these pedi products? What are your favorite products for pampering your feet? Let me know in the comments below!
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