Palmer’s Cocoa Butter Formula Foot Magic Reviewed
I have been a fan of Palmer’s Coca butter formula(with vitamin E) range lately. I have recently bought a lip balm from them and I have loved the post effect of using it.
With that background and expectations, I have bought their foot cream last week. Read on whether they stood up to my expectation or not..!!!
Palmer’s Cocoa Butter Formula
Peppermint oil and Mango butter.
375 INR for 60 g/ 2.1 oz.
What the Product Claims:
Pure Cocoa Butter enriched with Vitamin E and other natural emollients, provides a deep penetrating treatment for the feet. This unique formulation moisturizes, softens and soothes even the roughest, driest skin. The addition of soothing Peppermint oil revitalize sore, tired feet.
How to Use:
Apply to rough, dry, calloused feet daily to achieve and maintain soft, supple skin. Especially effective when applied to feet at night then covered with cotton socks.
Is it Cruelty free???
Yes..!!! It has not harmed any animal in the name of testing.
This ‘Foot Magic’ comes in a small white tube packing. Nothing fancy. The cap is tight enough to carry it around in your hand bag.
In terms of hygiene, this foot cream scores more than my regular foot cream.
This is what I actually love about other Palmer’s products. They have a very sweet aroma of cocoa butter. Which is treat for chocolate lovers like me.
But, this one is an exception. The foot cream has a strong smell of peppermint oil. When I opened it with lots of excitement to smell the sweet cocoa fragrance, I ended up feeling like I have opened a pain killer ointment…!!
This was a turn down for me.
It is faded yellow colored cream.
Its a oil based cream(if you take a good amount of it and keep it for a while, it melts.) very light in texture. Glides very smoothly. Its non sticky but slightly greasy.
Unfortunately, my feet didn’t feel any cooling or soothing effect.
Did it spelled its magic on my really rough and dry feet???
Ok, I should admit that I’m little lazy when it comes to applying foot creams. Because of which my feet turn so dry, they resemble a granny’s feet.
So, I thought this would be a right time to test this product…!!! Applied the foot magic on my really rough, dry feet and covered them with my socks before hitting the bed.
I can’t say it did its magic overnight. But it did help in adding moisture to my feet in a good way in the first use.
With multiple application, it did soften my dry feet.
Will I repurchase it??
Ummm… No.. I had bought this one assuming this one smells nice. Else, I am happy with my the body shop foot cream. I know it doesn’t smell nice either, but it doesn’t smell like a pain killer at least.
Will I recommend???
For normal to dry feet – yes. Provided, you don’t have any discomfort for the empowering peppermint smell.
Mygirlypedia Rating – 3.5/5