Wednesday, 14 May 2014

Soap and Glory Heel Genius

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I'm going to share a little secret with you all and say that I don't really look after the skin on my feet, so often my feet go quite unloved with little to no moisturising involved. However with summer on its way I thought it was about time I gave my feet some loving with Soap and Glory's Heel Genius, so that I could wear my summer sandals and wedges once more. 

Heel Genius is described as a soak-in foot mask that smoothes and softens your skin whilst you sleep. This is perfect for overnight use and Soap and Glory recommend popping a pair of socks on after applying this so that it locks in added moisture. 

When squeezing this out of the tube I was quite surprised to see that the cream was blue - honestly I was just expecting your bog standard plainly coloured creams. When you start massaging this into the skin it transforms into a thick translucent cream, which does remain on the skin for quite a while leaving your skin feeling quite sticky which isn't great if you are after a cream that sinks into the skin quite quickly. I do find myself applying this and then kicking my feet in the air for a couple of minutes before popping a pair of socks on. 

I find that after applying this my feet feel moisturised and super soft in the morning. After around 3 days continual use you find yourself applying this less often as your skin remains soft and moisturised. I tend to now use this once a week which means that this tube will last a good while. 

Scent wise this stands apart from other Soap and Glory products as it doesn't carry their signature scent. Instead when moisturised into the skin you are left with a gorgeous minty scent, I've heard quite a few people say they dislike the strong scent however I find it to be quite lightweight and doesn't linger for too long. 

Some of the ingredients include: glycerin, macadamia oil, menthol and fruit acid smoothers - which  when combined together make the perfect foundation for smooth heels. 

For £5.50 this is a steal, as it does exactly what it says on the tin and more. A small amount goes a long way which means that I won't need to repurchase this for quite a while. Soap and Glory are currently on 3 for 2 in Boots so this is the perfect time to grab an extra bargain!

Overall I find that this is the perfect pamper product for my dry feet and honestly helps prepare them for summer sandals. If you were like me and would use your body butter to moisturise your feet, stop right now and make sure you invest in this little gem. 

Have you tried Heel Genius? I'd love to know what you think!

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