Hi loves! Today I am here with a review of a weird product I found, these are sock masks. Yes, like a face mask but for your feet. I’ve never something like this before so I’m so excited about this post! If you saw my Latest In Beauty boxing you might be expecting this post as I’ve been so curious to see if this product actually works or not.
These are the Soften Sock Masques from 7th Heaven which claim to soften and rehydrate dry, cracked skin on your feet and heels. They contain shea butter and almond oil to help nourish skin, soybean to rehydrate and peppermint to refresh. As summer is coming up this is the perfect thing for all of our feet that might need some love. The packet, for £2.99, comes with two booties lined with serum that you pop on your feet like socks and leave for 15-20 minutes. Obviously I refused to take them off after 20 minutes so I left mine on for about an hour because if you’re going to pay for something you might as well get the most out of it!
The booties were a little big for me but I’ve got tiny feet, and too big is probably better than too small in this case. One thing to note is that these are very slippy! Seriously I nearly fell straight on my face walking out of the bathroom. This is definitely something to do when you have a little while to sit down!
After about an hour there was still some serum that hadn’t sunk into my skin so I just massaged it in and it went pretty quickly. My skin did feel really hydrated in a drink of water type way rather than thick lotion if that makes sense? These really reminded me of the way the Garnier SkinActive Moisture Bomb Tissue Masks leaves me skin if anyone has tried those. I don’t think this helped to tackle to hard, dry skin on my heels as that’s a pretty heavy job but this did work really well at softening the normal skin around my feet and the top layer of my heels. If you’re really looking to get your feet summer ready I’d recommend exfoliating your feet and getting that hard, dry skin off first, then going in with this to make your feet baby soft.
Overall I’m actually quite impressed with this! I thought it would just be one massive gimmick but the serum in these booties does really work. I also just think this is perfect for some at home, inexpensive pampering. Sitting around in a foot mask feels very therapeutic in the same way doing a face mask does, so I love the process as much as I love the actual results.
Have any of you guys tried these sock masques? Or if you haven’t, would you now? Let me know in the comments what you think and if you’ve tried any weird masks like this!
Thanks so much for reading, I love you all xxx
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