Your feet are the most important part of your body, your feet touch the ground whenever you’re standing, walking or running, and they are extensions of the legs. They are the foundation of your body, which means keeping your feet healthy can help keep you healthy. I’ve never really looked after my feet, even when I had a job in retail where I’m on my feet most of the day.
Although your feet are out of sight, you should treat them as though they were still on display. Winter is now only around the corner, during the Winter feet can dry out, leading to cracked heels and peeling skin. I have always struggled with dry and cracked skin with my heels definitely going through the worst. For the last couple of weeks, I’ve been trying some products from Flextitol and I want to share my thoughts with you.
In total, I received four different products from Flexitol, Hand Balm, Cuticle & Nail Cream, Heel Balm and Moisturising Foot Cream. I recently shared my thoughts on Hand Balm and Cuticle & Nail Cream, they’ve been good to keep my hands feeling refresh during all these different weather conditions. Today I am sharing my thoughts with you on the Heel Balm and Moisturising Foot Cream.
The Heel Balm is medically proven to provide relief from dry, cracked skin on heels and feet. It is a highly effective formulation containing 25% Urea, as well as other skin nourishing ingredients, designed to deeply penetrate into the skin for intense moisturisation and hydration.
I have always had dry heels, I’ve never really come across a product that acts fast and actually helps. From the first moment I tried the Heel Balm, I could feel the product working when I reapplied. My feet now feel amazing! I love how you don’t have to use a lot, when I first started using I did put too much on but a little definitely goes a long way. It’s not too greasy either so after applying you’re able to move around straight after.
For best results, it’s recommended to use twice daily, for the moment I have only been using in the evening but I’ve still seen impressive results. I love using this in the evening as, after a long day, it’s the perfect balm to nourish your skin. I’m really keen to continue to use this product, especially in Winter as I feel this is the worse season for my feet. I’m already really impressed with how it’s worked just in the last couple of weeks.
Moisturising Foot Cream
The Moisturising Foot Cream is enriched with Vitamin E, and contains 10% Urea, in a rich and highly concentrated base, to soften and hydrate very dry skin. This gentle, rapidly absorbed formula is suitable for use by those prone to very dry feet and legs. Keeping skin smooth, silky and intensely nourished, and helps to restore skin to its natural appearance.
Combining the Heel Balm with the Moisturising Foot Cream is perfect and definitely is a perfect combination to tackle dry and cracked skin to restore skin to its natural appearance. When I first used this cream, I had used way too much, a little definitely goes a long way here. You’re able to cover your whole foot with a little bit of cream whereas if you use a lot, your foot feels greasy afterwards.
I have seen an improvement in my skin, I love using this Moisturising Foot Cream, it’s perfect and such an effective cream. I love how you’re able to use it on your legs as well, you’re not just restricted to your feet. I sometimes have really dry legs, especially during the colder Winter months. Having a cream like this will be perfect! I’m also thankful that this cream doesn’t have any ingredient that could irritate my sensitive skin.
Since using both of these products, I have seen a difference! All of their products contain Urea, a major constituent of the skin’s natural moisturising factor, which improves hydration by increasing the water uptake from the skin. For those whose skin lacks a natural moisturising factor, a product containing Urea can be used to replicate the hydration process. I would recommend both of these products to anyone suffering.
Flexitol products can be found at a high-street shop near you as well as supermarkets, head here to find a stockist if you’re interested in purchasing these products. You can follow Flexitol on Facebook and Twitter to keep up to date with their current and future products.
I hope you have enjoyed this review! Have you tried any products from Flexitol?
What are your thoughts?
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8 thoughts on “Caring for my feet with Flexitol”
Looking after our feet should definitely be a regular part of our beauty routines, they go through so much but seem to get forgotten about. These sound like fantastic products and it’s great you are seeing an improvement already. That’s impressive! I like that you can use the moisturising foot cream on your legs too. Thanks for sharing your brilliant review Gemma! ❤ xx
Bexa | http://www.hellobexa.com
Most definitely! Thank youu for your kind words Bexa. So glad you like the review.
I’ve heard some really good things about this brand. And I have to admit I’ve never really thought about footcare in Winter because we cover up in snuggly socks and boots. But my legs get horribly dry so I like the sound of the Moisturising Foot Cream. I will definitely check it out, thank you for the recommendation 🙂 x
Lisa | http://www.lisasnotebook.com
You’re more than welcome Lisa! Glad you like the sound of these products. Completely our feet disappear during the Winter!
I know looking after feet should be up there with looking after the rest of your skin but I’m quite lazy with it sometimes. I love the sound of the moisturising foot cream. I’ve pretty much always had dry skin on my feet so I think it would be great for me x
I know the feeling but using these products, it’s not much extra work. Especially if you use the moisturising foot cream as you can use it on your legs. Glad you enjoyed the post!
I run and I’m always struggling with dry feet in the winter! I might have to try these out!!!
Yes, you definitely should! They’ll help you out, thanks for the comment