Freeman • Soothing Iced Teaberry & Mint Softening Foot Lotion • Lotions/ Creams

rated 2.5(2 reviews)

Average Rating.2.5
Would buy this product again.50%
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rated 1 of 5 joydot on 11/21/2012 1:31:00 PM more reviews by joydot

Age: 44-55   Skin: Dry, Fair   Hair: Brunette   Eyes: Blue    

was beside bed so used it on hands a few times. within 2-3 days they were a mess - dried out cuticles etc. i know about products creating their own market but this is ridiculous. how it could help feet i dont know. chucked it and no more freemans products for me.

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rated 4 of 5 *TOP REVIEWER* shamrocked on 2/9/2003 8:26:00 PM more reviews by shamrocked

Age: 25-29   Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium, Neutral   Hair: Blond, Wavy, Coarse   Eyes: Green    

Now I'm not going to sit here and talk about people with stinky feet, nor say that I have stinky feet, but well there are days that one may perspire just a wee bit in the footsies. (Okay so it's not a pretty topic but don't raise your noses, all humans deal w/ it.) Anyways so this actually stops any foot-scent you may get - whether your working out hardcore at the gym or if you're schlepping throught the subways mid-winter with 3 pairs of socks on, forget it your feet still smell fresh as a daisy. Well not a 'daisy', but a nice scent.

For the scent, I notice it's more of a Tea and Powder (nice powder, not grandma's powder) scent. Didn't really catch the 'mint' but doesn't matter, it's pleasant as it is.

For the softening factor, I must say it works as well as any lotion (good lotion) i've tried. I suffer quite a lot from callouses (ahh the days of waitressing and bartening shall never truly leave me) but this softens them up so well you'd hardly notice.

Overall quite pleased with this product, and at the price - $1.99 (hello!) it's simply fabulous.

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