I have a part time job in the retail sector and my feet often ache at night. Sometimes I wish that I could get foot massages everyday, but am trying to to save money. So instead, I grabbed a tube of Freeman Bare Foot Creamy Pumice Foot Scrub and have been giving myself DIY pedis once every few weeks.
Freeman Bare Foot Creamy Pumice Foot Scrub is great for tired feet. The pumice is just enough to exfoliate, without being too rough on feet. I let it sit on my feet for a few minutes prior to massaging. I’m pleased as punch with the results. I was worried about the exfoliation, as to whether or not it would be too rough, but luckily, it was just fine, although I don’t use it every day. The beads aren’t too rough at all! Although you may still need a pumice stone or a foot file, as it definitely doesn’t slough off calluses as well as I’d hoped.
The smell is more plum, than peppermint. I was hoping too that the peppermint would stand out and provide a tingling sensation, but it did not. Or invigorating. Something of the sort. I will tell you though that the plum does smell divine.
I also really like that the cream is in a tube, as clean up is easy and it doesn’t make a mess.
Have you tried any Freeman products, especially Freeman Bare Foot Creamy Pumice Foot Scrub?
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