Hello Readers, today I am going to post Scholl Rough Skin Remover Review. Earlier whenever I used to go for buying footwear I found find Scholl products stocked up everywhere. They have so many things for to make footwear comfy than ever before. Since ages I have cracked heels and keep fiddling with creams to tackle the bad heels. Whatever I use any ointment; it gives relief till I keep applying the same. Those cracked dead skins keeps popping up again and again after some more time. Finally a friend suggested to get rid of the dead skin before applying feet creams to get best results.
Scholl Rough Skin Remover is clinically proven to remove rough hard skin and promote natural cell renewal. Scrubbing the feet has a deep cleansing action which gets rid of the unwanted dead skin. This makes the feet soft and any cream applied over it penetrates so well that the healing process is quickened up. Lest the ointment hardly gets to surpass the hard outer skin and the cracked heel problem continues. Scholl Rough Skin Remover came to rescue my cracked heels just on time.
Price of Scholl Rough Skin Remover : Rs.170/-
Directions for use
Shelf life : 3 years
Color : White
Smell : Appealing
What Scholl Rough Skin Remover claims
My experience with Scholl Rough Skin Remover
Scholl Rough Skin Remover comes nicely packed in a small tube. Under the flip open cap an opening is there to discharge the product. The texture of Scholl Rough Skin Remover scrub is very abrasive after all it is meant to ward off hard skin of the feet. The fragrance is so appealing that it makes the whole pedicure process interesting. One line of caution for everyone is that this is not meant for the face as it is too tough a thing while we have very delicate skin on our face. One might think how Scholl Rough Skin Remover is different from a body scrub. Although body scrubs have bigger and harsher granules yet when it comes to the heel scrubbing they do not give satisfactory results.
As instructed Scholl Rough Skin Remover is to be used on dry skin so there is no need of wetting skin beforehand. Using hands or pumice stone it is to be massaged on the area which has a rough and bumpy skin like elbows, heels, back or knees. After sometime it is to be rinsed off. This rough skin remover from scholl has large granules and that too in excess. I prefer using a pumice stone or a body scrubber to hand. I start off with dry skin and add a little water later on my skin to continue scrubbing although this is a personal preference.
Once the scrub is washed off what one gets is smoother skin free from bumps and dead skin. Initially I had used it on my heel using both fingers as well as a foot scrubber. Scholl Rough Skin Remover works excellently with a foot scrubber or pumice stone on the heels. For rest of the area like elbows or knees fingers are enough to accomplish the goal. Not only it deep cleansed my cracked heels but also removed the bumps from my elbows and knees and they looked a shade lighter because it kicked off the dead skin from these areas. This is now a staple product in my pedicure as well as foot cleaning routine.
Overall Scholl Rough Skin Remover has irregularly shaped abrasive granules which fights dead skin from the feet and gives cleaner and smoother skin free from dead and bumpy areas. Highly recommended to everyone who desires for softer and dirt free feet .
Good about Scholl Rough Skin Remover
- Sheds off dead and bump rough skin
- Softer and cleaner skin
- Smells refreshing
- Creamy base
- Heavily loaded with granules
- Unevenly shaped granules
- Available in beauty corners, footwear shops etc.
Bad about Scholl Rough Skin Remover
- It contains parabens
Availability : Easy
Fashion and Beauty Rating : 4/5 ♥♥♥♥
is it like a scrub?
yes but it has extremely coarse granules to scrub hard skin 🙂
it works grt. I have used it along with foot cream of Scholls which I will review this week 🙂
thats great !!!! Waiting to know abt the cream 😛
Good review dear 🙂 I badly need this
yes kiran you will love this 🙂
Sounds good.. A must try den.. Nicely reviewed 🙂
just what I needed, I am getting it next time 🙂