September 13, 2011

Philosophy Soul Owner Exfoliating Foot Cream: swatches, pics, review

Hello, Beautiful!

I recently ordered the Philosophy Soul Owner Exfoliating Foot Cream (which came in a duo) and I am LOVING the results! The smell is a little "medical" but the way it works makes it completely worth it.

Check out my pics, swatches, stats, and review...

Philosophy Soul Owner Exfoliating Foot Cream

Basic Stats for Philosophy Soul Owner Exfoliating Foot Cream:
Formula: cream/lotion
Packaging: squeeze-tube type container with pop-up & twist-off lid
Cost/Availability: $14 each for the 3.3 oz full size. Available on Philosophy's website, on QVC's website, and other beauty retailers.
My Rating: 5 out of 5 Kisses!

This is a lotion/cream type formula super-charged with salicylic and glycolic acids, which help reduce rough soles. It will help soften hard, callused soles with its extra-rich emollient cream formula; a little goes a long way. I call it "new feet in a tube". Hands down the best foot cream I've used!

This is a squeeze-tube type container. The cap screws-off and also has that pop-up top to squeeze out the product.

You can purchase this foot cream for $14 each on Philosophy's website and on QVC's website. QVC also sells a two-pack for $28 on their website, which isn't a discount on the product but does save slightly on shipping & handling (and sometimes they sell it at a special price).

Philosophy Soul Owner Exfoliating Foot Cream Review:
I was really excited to try this out because I love Philosophy and heard great things about this foot cream. When it arrived at my doorstep I was excited but then just let it sit on my desk for a few days, untouched. I don't know why I did that because I was so excited to try it out, but I guess I was waiting until my pedicure night  to try it out.

When I finally did try it out I almost kicked myself for not trying it sooner. It is AMAZING!

It worked instantly, transforming my feet in seconds. That's why I call it "new feet in a tube". I couldn't believe how well it worked with such little product. I even ran out to the garage (where my husband was changing my car's oil) and told him he has stop everything and come in to try it out, haha.

Now there was one down side: the smell is a bit "medical". It's not too bad, and you may even like the smell for all I know, but if you're the type that likes nicely scented lotions/creams (with fruity or floral scents) then you probably won't like the way this foot cream smells. However, I can completely get past the scent because the results are so well worth it.

I also noticed the effects were longer lasting than other foot creams. I woke up the next day with awesome feet, and didn't need to put any lotions on them the entire day.

I didn't do a before & after pic for this because dry/flakey heels make me want to throw up... that Ped Egg commercial turns my stomach and I would have to either turn my head or change the channel every time it came on TV. It's just one of those weird things about me, I guess. Even though my own heels aren't anywhere near as bad as the ones you see on TV for those Ped Egg commercials (and other products just like it), I still don't want to post those kinds of pics because it just grosses me out to no end, haha. But take my word when I say that it works! Get to a Sephora or Ulta and try it out in the store before you buy it. You'll know right away if it will work for you.

Seriously consider buying this product. This is a product I think everyone should own! With cooler temps setting in it's time to take care of our feet more than ever!

Now let me know what you think...
Do you already own this foot cream? If not, is this something you may try out? Discuss in the comments below!

1 comment:

  1. this sounds good but i dont know where to get this. i dont really do any online purchases


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