We often give preference to different creams when choosing foot care products. There is definitely a softening, cooling, moisturizing, healing or any other foot cream on your dressing table or bathroom shelf. But unfortunately we often forget that the stage of the foot skin exfoliation is an important component of foot care. Peels and scrubs exfoliate the upper stratum corneum and prepare our skin for further procedures. After this stage, using the cream will give the most effective result!
If your foot skin is keratinized with signs of callosity, we recommend you to use scrubs with larger abrasive particles, such as Sugar Foot Scrub or Salt Foot Scrub. For thinner and more sensitive skin, it is better to use Foot Cream Peeling. Its abrasive granules do not have sharp edges. This means that they do not damage the skin. This type of exfoliation is suitable even for the most sensitive skin.
The urea in the cream peeling composition promotes effective hydration of the skin, and is also a conductor for deeper penetration into the skin of two oils that organically complement each other in the composition: flaxseed oil and avocado oil.
Flaxseed oil has pronounced softening and antioxidant properties, relieves irritation, and promotes skin regeneration.
Avocado oil moisturizes the upper layers of the epidermis, which in turn increases the elasticity of the skin. Vitamins A and E included in avocado oil give it antioxidant properties. Avocado oil is well absorbed and can penetrate deep into the skin.
A pedicure procedure with the use of the Foot Cream Peeling will improve blood circulation and give your feet lightness and your foot skin will become soft and smooth with a subtle magnolia aroma.