May 10, 2012

Crabtree and Evelyn La Source 60-Second Fix For Feet

Crabtree and Evelyn La Source 60-second Fix for Feet (available here) - $12/$42

Renew dry, rough feet and restore them to softness. First apply Revitalising Foot Smoother with peppermint to cleanse and exfoliate, then follow with Extreme Foot Therapy, formulated with an exclusive blend seaweed extract, natural emollient oils, and rice bran flour.  Smoothes away roughness and calluses, restores softness, cleansing, exfoliating, and conditioning.

Crabtree and Evelyn La Source 60 Second Fix For Feet Skincare Beauty Blog Reviews Ingredients Extreme Foot Therapy Revitalizing Foot Smoother

The Crabtree and Evelyn 60-Second Fix for Feet is a nifty little combo pack with a scrub and a moisturizing foot cream, to be used in combination for the easiest way to smoother, prettier feet.  I love the Crabtree and Evelyn 60-second Fix for Hands, and the feet-version works just as great :D

Crabtree and Evelyn La Source Revitalizing Foot Smoother

Crabtree and Evelyn La Source 60 Second Fix For Feet Skincare Beauty Blog Reviews Ingredients Extreme Foot Therapy Revitalizing Foot Smoother
Crabtree and Evelyn La Source 60 Second Fix For Feet Skincare Beauty Blog Reviews Ingredients Revitalizing Foot Smoother

The Crabtree and Evelyn La Source Revitalizing Foot Smoother is a bright blue scrub with fine pumice granules scattered throughout a moisturizing shea butter and glycerine base.  Wet feet, apply the scrub and do a gentle massage.  Wash off to smoother feet.  A strong fresh fragrance, not quite minty but in the same category, adds to the clean-feet effect.  This is a gentle scrub, the kind that you could add to your regular foot-care regimen yet moisturizing and mild enough not to leave your feet feeling too scrubbed :P  I am not a big fan of the smell, but for a foot scrub I guess it's perfect.

Crabtree and Evelyn La Source Revitalizing Foot Smoother - Ingredients

Crabtree and Evelyn La Source 60 Second Fix For Feet Skincare Beauty Blog Reviews Ingredients Extreme Foot Therapy Revitalizing Foot Smoother

Crabtree and Evelyn La Source Extreme Foot Therapy

Once you are done with the revitalizing foot scrub, dry your feet and follow up with the Crabtree and Evelyn Extreme Foot Therapy.  A mildly fragranced, light, moisturizing foot cream with macadamia nut oils and shea butter, this is a fast-absorbing, nongreasy cream that keeps feet moisturized and clean.  Used together with the foot smoother, this does a great job at keeping my feet summer ready!

Crabtree and Evelyn La Source 60 Second Fix For Feet Skincare Beauty Blog Reviews Ingredients Extreme Foot Therapy
Crabtree and Evelyn La Source 60 Second Fix For Feet Skincare Beauty Blog Reviews Ingredients Extreme Foot Therapy
Crabtree and Evelyn La Source 60 Second Fix For Feet Skincare Beauty Blog Reviews Ingredients Extreme Foot Therapy Revitalizing Foot Smoother
Crabtree and Evelyn Extreme Foot Therapy Cream - Ingredients
Overall, the Crabtree and Evelyn 60-Second Fix for Feet is the perfect little pick-me-up for tired feet.  With it's combination of a refreshing scrub and a moisturizing foot cream, it's the fastest way to clean feet this summer!

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4 comments:

  1. Ur pics r jus wow Rads..truly admire ur clicking skills..:)

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  2. I really need this one.. Great review at d right time Rads :)

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    1. Summer is when I start bothering about my feet - otherwise I just put socks on all the time, so my feet stay decent most times :D Crabtree-Evelyn has opened a store in India now at DLF, Delhi, haven't they...wonder if they are planning on online shopping options?!

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