Monday, June 3, 2013

Freeman Beauty Foot Care Review

Summers here and with the hot hot hot weather we have been having it's time to kick your shoes off and play in the sun. Freeman carries an assortment of products to help get you barefoot ready. Here are the three products I was sent for review...
Bare Foot Repair! for Callus Softening
This lotion gently exfoliates rough dry skin on the soles of your feet. You apply to dry skin and then gently rub the dry dead skin away revealing soft feet. This stuff has a peppermint scent that is very light, it also works great. The key ingredients are Paraffin, Shea Butter, Karanja Oil, Neem Oil, Rosemary Leaf Oil, and Peppermint Oil. Together they leave your feet feeling smooth and refreshed. Neem oil contains anti-fungal properties, an added bonus!
Bare Foot Repair! for Cracked Heels
This intensive lotion penetrates deep into your skin to repair severely dry and cracked heels. Using this regularly keeps the soles of your feet looking and feeling great. This stuff worked immediately on my winter worn feet. They were instantly smooth as butter. The key ingredients in this lotion are Urea, Karanja Oil, Neem Oil, Peppermint Oil, Glycerin, and Rosemary Leaf Oil. Karanja Oil provides intense hydration!
Bare Foot Repair! for Pain Relief
For those days when your feet are aching from standing all day this lotion will soothe away those pains. This smells very menthol-y and provides a cooling sensation on your tired feet. My husband used this stuff on his feet and thought it was very relaxing and helped relieve his soreness. The key ingredients in this lotion are Methyl Salicylate, Camphor, Menthol, Neem Oil, and Urea. Methyl Salicylate is a natural aspirin that contains anti-inflammatory properties.
All of these products and more Freeman beauty products can be purchased online or in Walgreens as well as other drugstores nationwide. They are very affordable and from what I tried effective.

The featured product{s} in this post were provided to me free of charge by the manufacturer or pr company representing them. All opinions expressed in this review are my own and not influenced in any way by anyone.

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