13 Jun 2010

Liz Earle Review: Footcare Range

I was recently sent three new Liz Earle footcare products to try. They are perfect now the weather is getting a bit warmer and you want to wear nice sandals.
I was sent a foot scrub, moisturiser and spray.
I used the foot scrub while I was in the shower and really liked the minty fresh scent it had. It has quite a thick consistency and reminds me of the clay masks you can get as it contains natural pumice. You don't need a lot of the product and you simply massage it onto damp skin to get rid of dry areas and leave your feet feeling soft and smooth. It worked a treat on my dry heels and along with the moisturiser I was sent, left my feet smelling and feeling fresh.
The moisturiser has a similar scent to the scrub and is really thick so works well on any dry areas of your feet.
 I love the packaging for the moisturiser - it has a pump on the tube which is really easy to use and saves mess. I like to put a generous amount on my feet and then wear cotton socks to allow it to soak in and leave my feet feeling really soft.
The spritzer is a really nice product and has a fresh scent with hints of peppermint. I used it after I wore some really uncomfy flats and it made my feet feel really refreshed and clean. This is something that i'd definietly use after really hot days or after i'd been on the beach. I think it really works well either on its own or in combination with the other products.
I can't really say whether these products are as good as a pedicure as i've never had one before but I expect they'd come close.
The products came in a very cute nautical themed tote bag which is the perfect size for the beach and even has a waterproof pocket inside. The bag isn't available to purchase separately, but you can get it as part of the suncare offer which includes the foot spray and minis of the moisturiser and foot scrub.
You can buy all of the products mentioned from the Liz Earle Website.
These products were sent to me to review.

4 comments:

  1. ooooh Caz, these look gorgeous - I really did a blog on a Jessica Prescriptive Manicure from a salon (bliss!) but these products look like they'd make a hell of a good home job too, and the bag is gorge! :)

    ann x

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  2. Great review :) I adore that bag!

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  3. I need foot products- size 9 feet, constantly in flats etc etc- and I've been tempted to try these. Nice post :) xx

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