On today’s review it will be on another great product from Oleavine. The multi-purpose Therapeutic Foot Soak is enriched with Essential Oils including Tea Tree Oil and botanical’s such as Neem Oil which are perfect for soothing tired, itchy, sore feet as well as soaking away fungus and embarrassing foot odor causing bacteria. Their unique blend of Epson Salt, MSM, & Trace Mineral Rich Salts from the Dead Sea and Himalayas create a world-class mineral hot springs experience for your feet helping to soften rough calluses and provide nourishing relief.
As soon as I open the seal – I began to notice immediately the mixture of the tea tree oil, peppermint and the citrus lemon while it provides you with that refreshing and relaxing aromatic scent. The best thing of all is how you can continue on feeling your feet cool after completing a pedicure routine. It helped my feet to feel more relaxed and comfortable after a long day.
This Therapeutic Foot Soak contains all the properties that helps to get rid of any bacteria and dead skin cells that bacteria like to feed on. Exfoliating the entire surface of your foot with a pedicure brush helps as well. My husband is one who truly enjoys soaking his feet after coming home from a long day of working with his construction boots, this can easily cause his feet to sweat and they tend to start getting a bad odor. He likes how it leaves his feet feeling soft with a nice cooling and clean refreshing sensation – plus it has even help reduce the itchiness between his toes.
Overall, I highly recommend this Therapeutic Foot Soak by Oleavine. It is a product that not only is natural, it helps to relief the soreness of your feet and the itchiness between your toes.
If your interested on purchasing the Therapeutic Foot Soak by Oleavine, this is available at Amazon.
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