Today I am reviewing a foot care product here on the blog. It is the Freeman Bare Foot Vanilla & Jasmine Butter Foot cream.
This ultra-nourishing butter cream, with Vanilla, Jasmine, and Shea Butter provides all-over skin conditioning. Sweep over rough, dry skin, and release the benefits of conditioning ingredients that soften and restore skin.
Price $ 3.79 for 125 ml
What I think
It comes in a white squeeze tube package with a flip open cap. The cap shuts with a click sealing the tube and preventing any accidental spillage making it quite travel friendly. The absolute thing I dislike about the tube is that it is incredibly difficult to get the product out of the tube. You end up squeezing the life out the tube and also expending all your energy in the process :/ There is huge amount of air packed inside which kind off builds the pressure and makes our life difficult. With use, the trapped air do escape and it’s easier to use the product but in the event you realize there was only about half the product inside. Unfair!!!! So packaging wise, it’s a big dud.
The product is extremely thick in consistency. You need to massage it really well to get all the product absorbed into the skin.
Being thick in texture, it’s a no brainer to say that it moisturizes the skin extremely well. With regular use, it nourishes the feet so well by making it softer and smoother. Once a week foot scrubbing and daily use of this cream would work wonders. If I am not taking good care of my feet – being such a lazy bum – it happens often. So I just use this cream and I can find a difference in the skin texture in as good as 3 days. Those of you who are not fond of thick textured creams that would take a bit of effort to absorb, then this not for you. Patience is the key with this one 😛
Overall I am quite happy with this foot cream though I wish it could come in an efficient packaging.
- Very creamy
- Moisturizes really well
- Leaves the skin smooth and soft
- Heals dry/ cracked soles with regular use
- Travel friendly
- Extremely affordable
- Inefficient packaging
- Takes time to absorb
For dry/cracked soles, this foot cream works like a dream. Because of thick texture, it takes a bit of effort to absorb well. So depending on your preference (a.k.a patience threshold :P) you could try it or skip it.
Let me know if you guys have used Freeman Barefoot Vanilla & Jasmine Butter cream. What are you using at the moment?