Beauty ‘n Fashion: Sephora – Lavender Foot Mask

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When in Paris at the end of December, I bought some things at Sephora. It was the first time I visited the shop, so I had bought quite some goodies!

This Sephora Lavender Foot Mask was one of them. Read on to find out my thoughts!

I love the smell of lavender. So when I saw this foot mask, I wanted to give it a try. Let’s find out what I think about it!

The promises

But first we’ll take a look at the website of Sephora to read what they have to say about this beauty product…

“These soothing and comforting single-use socks each offer a targeted active ingredient to nourish, relax, and address foot concerns.

Lavender Foot Mask: Alleviates fatigue and aching feet with a soothing and refreshing effect thanks to lavender extract and menthol.”

How to use

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This foot mask is really simple to use… open the package, put on the plastic ‘socks’ and tie them with the tape that is attached to the socks. Leave on for at least 20 minutes.

I was ‘netflixing’ at the time I was wearing them, so I guess I wore them for about an entire episode of ‘House of Cards’ :-). After removing the socks, you can massage the product into your feet and calves which is very relaxing.

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All the beauty products I bought at Sephora!

Pros

  • Easy to use.
  • The price (3,95 EUR).
  • I just loved the smell!
  • Hygienic.
  • My feet felt soft and smooth after using this foot mask, even the next day after my shower I could still feel the benefits.
  • The socks don’t leak.

Cons

  • None that I can think of.

Conclusion

I would definitely buy this product again!

Love, Kathleen DSC_7966

 

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