Thursday, December 22, 2011
TWHS Reviews Sole Food Foot Cream
As many of us are dashing about, making lists and checking them twice, it's a busy season of partying, cooking and survival of the fittest. Not to mention a pretty beating on the soles of our feet.
When the makers of Sole Food Foot Cream shipped me a jar for review, I was more than happy to try it out during the holidaze.
Opening the jar, I was expecting to get a whiff of the usual fragrances associated with foot cream. So I need to state that floral or peppermint, it's not. As the site touts that it is of pharmaceutical quality, without a prescription...
Sulfur 8 hair grease was the first scent that came to mind when I opened the 4.25oz jar. In other words, it's a workhorse for your pedicure regimen; not meant to be girly. Even more importantly, Sole Food Cream contains no mineral oil, petrolatum, glycerin, lanolin or lanolin derivatives, fragrance or colors. Instead, the cream is made of a laundry list of ingredients that include menthol, which is the reason it beckoned memories of my childhood days being doused in Sulfur 8.
The benefits outweigh the scent, however, because the denseness of the cream results in moisturizing without greasiness. That alone is good news for us who do not want to leave a trail of footprints.
In essence, Sole Food Foot Cream is worthy of adding to your pedi regimen. Use it for soothing, moisturizing dry skin and deodorizing the feet of the man in your life (it's also anti-fungal, which stops the possibility of athletes foot and foot odor).
Now that makes for a soleful holiday!