Memebox - Superbox #39 Foot Care 22:54 PM
Baby Foot which is from Japan so I was thrilled when Memebox offered a second foot care box since I missed buying the first one. My Memebox Foot Care 2 box came the other day and I'm very happy with it and really excited to try these products. Off to bathroom these go so I can use them today.
So what came inside my box are a mix of products ranging from lotion to foot powder and even a foot spray. There were seven items in my box with everything being FULL SIZE!
Note: At the time of this blog post the Superbox #39 Foot Care 2 box is sold out.
|with Shyan Sugar Remover 70g ($12) |
Product description: "This sugar remover is made with a sugar-like ceramic surface for effectively removing all dead skin and callus off your heels. If you've been troubling over hardened and splitting calluses on your feet, this is the perfect item for you!"
I really don't see a difference between this foot scrubber with the Foot File I had from Julep except that this is ceramic while the Julep was made from a sandpaper type of product. I do know that this is going right into my shower stall since I broke the handle of my Julep one a while back and while I did buy a foot pumice stone I'm just not fond of pumice stones.
There are two sides to the file the main side is a bit more coarse than the back side of the file. It has a hole so if you have a shower hook in your bathroom you can hang it. I'll probably add a piece of cord to it so it can hang better.
|with shyan Women Powder 10g ($13) |
Product description: "Scented with a refreshing cherry blossom fragrance, the women Powder is a powder for maintaining your feet silky smooth, oil-free, and smell-fresh. Plus it's easy to carry around in your pouch!"
It does have a light floral scent to it but this item I might not find myself using since my feet don't get oily, they get dry. Still I'll give a go when I wear my tennis shoes.
|with Shyan Women Cream 150ml ($11) |
Product description: "Enriched with more than 1,5000 mg of cherry blossom extracts, the Women Cream delivers intense hydration and nourishment to your feet and is especially recommended to be applied after having scrubbed your feet."
I really like the scent of this one. Like the powder there is a floral scent to it which is not too strong or overpowering. They recommend you add a drop of essential or treatment oil to the cream before you apply to your skin which kind of seems weird to me since it's suppose to be hydrating already.
|Petitfee Dry Essence Foot Pack 1 pack, 2 ea ($3) |
Product description: "This Foot Pack contains thickly concentrated foot cream enriched with aloe vera extracts for deeply hydrating, nourishing, and softening the hardened calluses on your heels. It also works to treat roughened skin and damaged toe nails on your foot."
Now this one I'm so looking forward to using since my feet have been especially dry this summer. Half that time I feel like keeping my feet in a bath of oil since my heels are just so dry.
|koelf Peeling Balm 40g ($13) |
Product description: "A moisturizing balm for softening and smoothening out hardened calluses on your heels, elbows, and wherever necessary. This is especially effective and useful for women's feet suffering from high heels."
I don't wear heels but I do wear sandals and because of it my heels are so dry and rough. I'm excited for this one since it's suppose to be a peeling balm.
|Lahabitat JJ Foot Cooling Foot Mist 40ml ($14) |
Product description: "Made from chamomile water, lavender water, apple mint leaf extracts, and rosemary leaf water, this Foot Mist is exploding with moisture and a refreshing fragrance! It'll work to cool, soothe, moisturize, and mitigate the unnecessary odor from your feet."
I'm excited for this one since my feet have been really hot lately. Got to love hot humid weather.
|Aromawiz Spa Aroma Salt 50g ($19) |
Product description: "Heal your body, mind, and soul with this nautral aroma therapy bath salt made from sun-dried bay salt, organic essential oils, and various natural plant extracts!"
This is a bath salt and I unfortunately do not take baths. Love my showers, not crazy about baths. Still this can be used as a foot bath by sprinkling in a couple of tablespoons into a nice hot foot bath. If you want a cool foot bath dissolve the salt in a cup of hot water first then add to your cool foot bath with some ice to cool it off more.
Everything in this box are things I'll be using. The scents are nice, nothing overpowering or sickeningly sweet to me. The only thing I may not use or use frequently is the foot powder since my feet don't get oily, my feet gets pretty dry.
Cost for this box was $23 however I paid $14.99 after using my points and a discount code. Basically it was less than the cost of a Beauty Bar Sample Society box which is $15 plus applicable tax.
Disclaimer: Purchased using points. Affiliate links.