It’s always feels nice to get a pedicure done! Spending time to pamper your toes and legs makes them look wonderful and at the same time make you feel great. Pedicure keeps our feet smooth and promote healthy toe nails. Pedicure actually does wonders to our feet. But normally its time consuming. So Sally Hansen has come up with an amazing product: Sally Hansen Pedicure in a Minute. Who doesn’t want to get compliments for beautiful feet? Me no exception either. But my busy schedule hardly allows me the time to go for a pedicure at any spa. So when I received this product in one of my Fab bags, I was in seventh heaven. After using this for quite some time, today I will be sharing Sally Hansen Pedicure in a Minute Review with you all.
Sally Hansen Pedicure in a Minute is enriched with ingredients like natural sugar crystals, Vitamins A, C, E, Pro-Vitamin B5, Olive oil and Tea tree oil. Vitamin A, C & E collectively hydrate, protect and soothe the skin. Pro-Vitamin B5 penetrates deep into the skin and helps retain natural moisture balance. Olive oil and tea tree oil moisturizes the feet & keep them soft and supple, while the natural sugar crystals gently exfoliate the dry dead skin cells. Scroll down below and read my Sally Hansen Pedicure in a Minute Review to find out if it’s worth using or not!
Price of Sally Hansen Pedicure in a Minute : Rs.775/- for 113 gm
Directions for use &?Ingredients :
Shelf life : 18 months
Color : transparent
Smell : combination of olive oil and tea tree oil
What Sally Hansen Pedicure in a Minute claims
My experience with Sally Hansen Pedicure in a Minute
Sally Hansen Pedicure in a Minute comes in a simple squeeze tube packaging. The tube is white in color. A flip open cap is attached with the tube which sits firmly and prevents any sorts of leakage. Nothing fancy, but the packaging is sturdy enough to be carried easily during travel.
Sally Hansen Pedicure in a Minute is a colorless, sugar based scrub. The texture is neither runny, nor thick. The smell is something like olive oil mixed with tea tree oil.
Sally Hansen Pedicure in a Minute can be used in two ways. For intense moisturization, simply run it onto dry feet. The sugar crystals will eventually dissolve and scrub away the dead skin cells. Once all the crystals have dissolved, just wash your feet with warm water. It leaves behind a moisturizing layer on the feet, no need to apply extra moisturizer.
Now if you want ‘Pedicure in a minute’, then first wet your feet and then apply the scrub. This way the sugar crystals dissolve fast and leaves behind soft, smooth feet. Whatever way you choose to use, Sally Hansen Pedicure in a Minute softens the feet by removing the dry dead skin cells. However, the moisturizing effect is short lived, just couple of hours.
Overall, Sally Hansen Pedicure in a Minute is a handy product to get a quick pedicure. It moisturizes the feet really well, but only for couple of hours. Suitable for last minute pedicure.
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Good about Sally Hansen Pedicure in a Minute
- Exfoliates feet really well
- Contains natural sugar crystals for exfoliation
- Makes feet soft, smooth and hydrated
- Gives a salon like pedicure feel
- A little amount is needed per usage
Bad about Sally Hansen Pedicure in a Minute
- Moisturizing effect doesn’t last long
- Contains paraben
- Sugar crystals might feel little abrasive
- Slightly expensive
Fashion and Beauty Rating : 4.5/5
That’s an interesting product…will give it a try soon