Scholl Rough Skin Remover Reviews
How have you been, today I bought here Scholl company’s scrub for feet, as we all know Scholl is a well known name in foot care, be it there socks, foot cream, nail cream, foot cream mousse, healing foot pads etc. I am going to review rough skin remover/ scrub for your feet from it, let’s see how it works for your feet. In my last review I reviewed Dove silky nourishment body cream, and checked if this body cream is better than body lotions, check it out here.
Description of Scholl rough skin remover
It’s a rough skin remover for your feet, this contains big scrub particles to help scrub off dead skin from Your feet, as we all know that if we don’t scrub our feet for 2 or 3 days there will be dead skin around heels and will start making our feet’s skin harder. So it’s the best way to keep removing hard and dead skin. Its scrub process activates cell renewal and reveals soft and smooth skin from beneath. This cream comes with natural pumice and fruit AHA’s. You don’t find many of these products in the market; it’s the one with a good brand name and equally good qualities.
Direction for use
Apply enough quantity on your feet, make sure skin is clean and dry. Massage this on your feet, in circular motion, and then rinse it off. Advisable to use 2-3 times a week for best results. Follow with a good foot and nail cream or foot cream mosses to moisturize your feet.
this product have a shelf life of 3 years and to be used in 12 months after opening the packaging.
Price & quantity
its 75ml tube is priced at 170rs
suitable for all skin types
this product comes in a white tube. Has a cap on its neck and has an opening on its top. Leak proof packaging so can be carried while travelling. But as I always say these tube products have a problem that some quantity always remains unused because that doesn’t come out easily.
This cream is a bit sticky and whitish in color, and have hard pumice elements in it. Its texture is quite rough, and should be used with only gentle pressure.
Aqua, pumice, paraffin, glycerin stearate, stearic acid, cera alba, cetyl esters, vaccinium myrtillius, saccharum officinarum, acer saccharum, citrus aurantium dulcis, citrus medica limonum, lactic acid, tramethamine, parfum, phenoxyethanol, methylparaben, propylparaben, ethylparaben, butylparaben, isobutulparaben. As per pack.
Pro’s of Scholl rough skin remover
- Reasonably priced
- Dermatologically tested
Cons of Scholl rough skin remover
- Scrub particles are bigger in size if you put more pressure while massage, it can damage the sensitive skin.
- Small packaging for regular use.
My experience with Scholl rough skin remover
my experience with this has been good. I had very rough skin on my feet, using this for like 3 or 4 times haven’t made any difference and I was getting disappointed by this, but after 2 more usage it showed it results and those were good as it removed dead skin and made my skin a bit softer, and then I started using it on a regular basic, this helped me get a bit softer skin but it’s use should be followed by a good foot cream or moisturizer otherwise this will leave your feet dry. So a tip for using this is to have patience, which I normally lack into 😉
I will rate this product 4/5
Whether I would recommend this product again:
Yes, I would recommend this product again.