Review: Oriflame Feet Up Soothing Foot Cream With Orange Blossom And Wheat Germ

Hey everyone!

If you have been following my blog for a while, then you must be knowing about my love for the Oriflame Foot Creams. This is the one and only brand that I reach out to while picking up foot creams and these have always worked brilliantly for me! The one that I am reviewing today is the Oriflame Feet Up Soothing Foot Cream With Orange Blossom And Wheat Germ. So if you wish to know my thoughts on this product, then please keep on reading. Let’s begin!

What The Brand Claims:

Soothe and soften even the hardest working feet. Moisturising Wheat Germ Oil and soothing Orange Blossom are combined in this rich, quick-absorbed cream. Use anytime for lasting hydration with a bright fragrance.

Ingredient List:

Aqua, Cetearyl Alcohol, Urea, Glycerin, Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride, Sodium Cetearyl Sulfate, Ceteareth-12, Triticum Vulgare Germ Oil, Imidazolidinyl Urea, Methylparaben, Propylparaben, Dimethicone, Parfum, Citrus Aurantium Dulcis Flower Extract, Propylene Glycol, Limonene, Linalool, Hexyl Cinnamal

Packaging:

The foot cream comes in a beautiful tube packaging that is both hygienic and convenient to use. One needs to squeeze the tube in order to take out the product. All the necessary details such as ingredient list, manufacturing date, shelf-life, quantity and price are clearly mentioned on the tube. Overall, I really like the packaging! It is simple, sturdy as well as travel friendly.

My Thoughts On The Product:

The Oriflame Feet Up Soothing Foot Cream is white in color and contains the goodness of Orange Blossom and Wheat Germ. It has a slightly thick yet creamy texture and glides on effortlessly on the skin. It gets absorbed into the skin with slight massage and instantly provides a boost of nourishment. It keeps dryness at bay and leaves the feet silky smooth and hydrated. In fact, the softness lasts even after washing the feet. I often use it on my knees and elbows too in order to keep them moisturized.

It performs brilliantly in terms of keeping the feet soft and healthy and also repairs chapped heels to some extent. However, it does not do much for severely chapped ones. Just a tiny amount of product is needed for each use, which makes the tube go a long way.

One thing that I noticed while using this foot cream is that it settles into a near-matte finish on the skin. On the plus side, it feels lightweight and non-greasy. However, it also tends to attract dirt and dust! Thus, I always prefer to put on socks to seal in the moisture. Coming to the fragrance, it has a subtle soothing scent that is just amazing and would not bother sensitive noses either!

Yays!

  • Convenient-to-use, hygienic and travel friendly packaging
  • Contains the goodness of Orange Blossom and Wheat Germ
  • Rich yet creamy texture
  • Effortlessly glides on the skin
  • Quickly blends into the skin with slight massage
  • Instantly hydrates and nourishes the feet
  • Settles into a near-matte finish
  • Lightweight, non-greasy and non-sticky formula
  • Keeps the feet silky smooth and hydrated
  • Smells amazing
  • A little product goes a long way

Nays!

  • Does not repair severely chapped heels
  • Contains parabens

Price: Rs 299 for 75 gm

Rating: A+

Final Thoughts: To sum up, I would say that this is by far the best foot cream that I have ever tried and is my most favorite one from the entire Oriflame Feet-Up range. The texture is smooth and creamy and easily gets absorbed into the skin. It hydrates the feet very well and keeps them soft and nourished. It feels light on the skin and is non-greasy. And, the amazing fragrance is just cherry on the cake! Highly Recommended!

 

Till next time,

XOXO

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