Snap! Judgement: Scholl Velvet Smooth Intense Serum

Regular readers will know that I hate feet and think they are gross. My own espesh, probably because my aversion to appendages with toes means that I don’t take good care of my feet, so that they are even more gross. Part of it is that when I lived in NYC, it was as easy as walking down the street to find a deal on a mani/pedi {Monday-Wednesday, $20!}, and any randomer could do a decent if not excellent job scraping and moisturising.

I don’t even like touching my feet to put cream on, because of how long it takes for the product to sink in.

This just came in the post today — will Scholl’s Intense Serum be The Thing that will change my mind, and the aversion of a lifetime?
SCHOLL FOOT SERUM
It’s got Hylaluronic acid in it, for anti-aging, and green caviar — possibly mainly for the smell, because it smells green — and Pentavitin™, which is a skin bioactive that promotes deep hydration {THX Dr Google}. I can’t vouch for the first yet, but this serum definitely smells good and absorbs quickly. It’s also actually a serum:
SCHOLL THE ACTUAL SERUM
Well, I’d dispensed some, so of course couldn’t let it go to waste. It felt brilliant: it was invigorating on contact and just got better as I massaged it in. Because it all went so quickly, I had zero time to dwell on the ickiness of feet, and I gotta say, my hooves feel really good, even after just one application.

At €9.49, and for as little a bit that I used, I’m seeing excellent value in the offing. There’s also a new Express Pedi with Diamond Crystals {€49.99} and a Velvet Smooth Foot Soak {also €9.49}, if unlike me you are a foot enthusiast and can think of nothing nicer than spending quality time with your trotters. IDK, I may just go for it, squeams notwithstanding, and see can I mind my toes in my my own home…

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Available where all good foot stuff is sold.

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