Is This The Best Product For Curing Hard Dry Skin?
One thing I suffer badly from is dry skin on the soles of my feet. There have been times when my heels have been so dry that they’re really freaked Marc out. Although it was super amusing, having dry heels is not fun. The skin gets sore, flaky and although many would say it is a minor issue. However, I feel very self-conscious when my feet are in a right state. Over the past few years, I’ve tried countless foot creams and treatments to try and tackle my issues. However, time and time again I go back to the one product that works. That product is the Veil Rich Nourishing Cream.
This cream is super thick in texture and is made from the purest almond oil. Now I wouldn’t necessarily recommend using this as an everyday moisturiser for your face but you may be able to get away for use on the body. I find because of the super moisturising and thick consistency it is one of those products that requires a little more time to absorb compared to your standard product.
The ideal overnight foot mask
So how do I use the Rich Nourishing Cream? I use this cream once a week. I usually use it on a Sunday evening after I’ve hopped out of the bath, just before I head to bed. I simply scoop a small but generous amount out of the tub and I smother my feet in the product. I then get a pair of really fluffy bed socks, you know the kind you can pick up for next to nothing from places like Primark. I then head to bed. It really is as simple as that. I then wake up to super soft, silky feet with ever last bit of cream absorbed into my skin.
The results of using the cream as a foot mask last on average for around a week as it is quite an intense moisturiser which is awesome for curing hard dry skin. Another plus is that the product costs just £6.00 for 100g so it is reasonably priced and will last you well. The company also have some other amazing products available to purchase. These include Veil Witch Hazel Cream and the highly pigmented concealer Veil Cover Cream.
How do you take care of your feet?