My first thought when i opened this product was that it smells exactly like my aunts bathroom, pretty floral-y and strong. This particular foot mask is a 2-step process but the resulting look is identical to what i have tried before.
You get two packets, one containing the inner part of the mask with the serum, and the other is the protective plastic socks you wear on the outside.
There is plenty of serum infused in the mask so it is a bit messy to put on, but that also means your feet are going to get more of the good stuff absorbed into them. I guess it is safe to say that i kind of have a slight addiction to these foot masks now. I doubt i would be as enthusiastic if they did not work though.
I didn’t take a picture of the inner layer by itself because i did not want the serum to make a mess everywhere, but this is what it looks like. It’s a regular sheet mask kind of fabric and it’s held in place by the plastic socks. You’re supposed to have it on for around 20 minutes, i might have kept mine on a bit longer but it’s not that big of a deal.
When i took them off, i massaged in most of what was still on my skin and my feet felt soft and nice. That does not happen often so i would really recommend this for anyone who have sore feet and want a ‘quick fix’ of sorts. It’s not really even that expensive, it costs a little bit over $4 for one pack.
- Contains a lot of moisturizing serum in the package
- Good to have the pieces separated
- Leaves feet feeling soft and smooth
- Smells a bit too strong of florals