L’Occitane Foot Cream 15% Shea Butter Review

Now posts like this mean that you probably are here to read about this foot cream, not to read me give you an introduction to a blog post that won’t add anything to what you want to know so i’ll leave the blabbing in the end ^_^

 

L'Occitane Foot Cream
L’Occitane 15% Shea Butter Foot Cream

 

This foot cream is expensive but it is hella worth it!!

It not only has 15% Shea Butter but Lavender essential oils too, and if you know me, you know I love my lavendar oils…it gives it that -omg I’m in a spa being all pampered and shit- feeling…and you get that feeling every day when you use this cream.

 

Greasiness: 1/5

If you have really dry skin at first it’s gonna soak up like a sponge before you even put on your fuzzy socks (cuz you know you can’t have luxurious foot cream without some fuzzies), then with regular use after you’re skin makes that of a baby’s butt jealous (seriously!) you’re gonna want to use a little bit less than you put at first so it doesn’t ever so slightly grease up (which I think is the case with all lotions, you can’t avoid greasiness if you apply too much)

 

Absorbance: 5/5

This baby absorbes like no other, it’s amazing, your skin just drinks up all that moisturizing goodness..YUM!!

 

L'Occitane Foot Cream

Moisturisation: 4/5

For a foot cream, and God knows I’ve tried sooo many of them, this is by far the one with the fastest results!! From the first time you generously apply it on your foot & put on some fuzzy socks or better yet The Body Shop cotton socks, you won’t recognize your own footsies

 

Price: 1/5 (around 400 LE (could be more with the fluctuation of prices these days))

Well, this is definitely on the pricey side, and although this cream is a miracle worker, it will probably only last me one winter & I’m just not that comfortable spending that much on something that won’t last me at least the year…but you can definitely would ask for this on your birthday, for Valentine’s or Christmas 😉

 

 

 

So over all, I love this product – though i wouldn’t buy it again for myself- just because here in Egypt is too expensive and I first got it in Malaysia for about 125RM which was 350 Egyptian pounds at the time, I knew it was worth it because i had sampled it before in a smaller tube and I couldn’t believe how amazing it made my feet feel & nothing else i ever tried afterwards would compare so yeah…if you can afford it & want to invest in your feet, THIS is the one to buy!

 

Now if you were wondering if this beauty was worthy of your pretty penny, I hope i’ve been of any help, if your feet have any favourite creams, lotions or balms it likes to be indulged with, my footsies would be much thankful if you’d let me know 😉

 

Have a beautiful day (goes for your feet too) 😀

 

 

 

L'Occitane Foot cream
L’Occitane Foot Cream 15% Shea Butter

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