Wednesday, 11 January 2012

Clarins Foot Beauty Treatment Cream- My Worst Kept Beauty Secret

I adore Clarins, I've ALWAYS adored Clarins.  There is something about the brand that feels so luxurious and high quality that the price of their whole range is justified.  I really trust their products, I trust that they will do what they say they will and so far, I haven't been let down.  Having used their skincare since I was in my mid-teens, I have tried and tested a lot of their products and today I thought I'd share with you one of my most repurchased Clarins products; the Foot Beauty Treatment Cream.  This is one of their best sellers and I always pre order it at my House of Fraser counter to make sure its in stock when I go to repurchase it.  It really is one of the worst kept secrets for silky smooth feet!

Clarins Foot Beauty Treatment Cream

Clarins Foot Beauty Treatment Cream, £20
The Clarins Foot Beauty Treatment Cream is my worst kept beauty secret for soft, supple feet.  I literally buy this for all my friends as part of their birthday gifts because I know they'll love it, I don't know anyone who doesn't.  I have, or used to have rather, very hard, rough and cracked skin on my feet, it was absolutely awful but this cream has completely changed my feet.  When I first bought it, I would use a large foot emery board to smooth down the rough skin where my feet had cracked and then I would apply this cream straight afterwards.  Within a week, my feet were completely transformed-- it has really been a godsend.  I've never liked wearing socks in the house but never wanted to take my shoes and socks off infront of others, now my feet are bare all the time regardless of whose house I am in!

It smells amazing and deeply nourishes the skin on my feet so that the skin becomes soft and has a long lasting smoothness; that will be down to the virgin cashew nut oil and the shea butter that it contains.  I've never had to go back to soaking my feet and filing them.  This is the best foot cream I've ever used and whilst I will try other products, I cannot see me ever not buying this.  Other creams tend to make my feet feel slippy, greasy and don't actively encourage long lasting softness whereas the Clarins cream does and it isnt greasy at all, just moisturising.  I now apply this every evening before I go to bed and my feet stay soft all day long.  I don't need to reapply it after the initial application but sometimes I do, just to make me feel even more pampered or if I have been on my feet all day.  I often retain a lot of water and find that my feet and ankles swell up if I've been walking around all day in the heat.  In the summer I tend to walk everywhere and my feet suffer because of this.  The Clarins Foot Beauty Treatment Cream helps to relieve my sometimes swollen and tired feet.  Apparently it's the Arnica extract in the cream that does this; I don't know much about that buy it certainly works!

Whilst I really enjoy using the Clairns Hand and Nail Treatment Cream, I've found that the Foot Beauty Treatment Cream works really well on my hands too,  Probably because the skin on my hands is dry and flaky and since this cream is ultra moisturising, it really nourishes the skin on my hands deeply too.  It has done wonders for my nails on my hands and feet too.  They just look so healthy and in great condition.

The Clarins Foot Beauty Treatment Cream is 125ml which lasts me about two and a half months, so at £20 a tube, it isn't too pricey.  I usually buy my Clarins products from House of Fraser when I'm shopping at the Metro Centre but recently I've been ordering online from Feel Unique, they have some good discounts on there and the delivery is free and pretty quick too!


  1. this looks amazing! I need ASAP :)

    1. Its amazing! If you get it, let me know how you get on with it xxx

  2. keep on using foot cream you can mix it with anti eau oil if u retain water ... oops that's a french secret

    1. That sounds great, I'm definitely going to try this! xxx


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