Scholl Rough Skin Remover Foot Care
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  • As I do a lot of walking I have noticed that I get a build up of dead skin pretty quickly even though I use that file quite often, so I tried this exfoliating product out and it is effective and pleasurable to use
  • It contains pumice granules, water and paraffin which I know is used as a softener
  • I really enjoy the massaging bit which feels great on my feet and then when I rinse it off they feel beautifully smooth all over, definitely more smooth than when I use my file as I cannot get all the skin with that and even my toes are smooth now
  • At £3.47 for a 75ml tube, I think it is worth the price as it is effective and pleasant to use

    • by jeanne71
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      I have a foot file which is pretty good but the advantage of exfoliating creams like the Rough Skin Remover from Scholl is that you can massage them easily all over your feet, including in between the toes. I find some places are hard to reach with the file.

      As I do a lot of walking I have noticed that I get a build up of dead skin pretty quickly even though I use


      that file quite often, so I tried this exfoliating product out and it is effective and pleasurable to use.

      It contains pumice granules, water and paraffin which I know is used as a softener.

      It has a pleasant fruity fragrance to is which I suppose is caused by the fruit AHAs which it also contains, which I know are used in face skin creams to gently remove dead skin to reveal new cells.

      ...


      • So this cream really exfoliates in two different ways.

        You are supposed to massage it onto your clean, dry feet in a circular motion and then rinse it off to reveal smooth skin.

        I really enjoy the massaging bit which feels great on my feet and then when I rinse it off they feel beautifully smooth all over, definitely more smooth than when I use my file as I cannot get all the skin with that

        and even my toes are smooth now.

        At £3.

        47 for a 75ml tube, I think it is worth the price as it is effective and pleasant to use.

        Of course, you should follow up this exfoliating step with a really good foot cream which will sink it better to the newly revealed skin and I have been using the Scholl Deep Moisturizing Cream which works very well with it.

        This product is a good buy.




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