Treats for feets: La Roche Posay Lipikar Podologics

By Aisling | August 18 2008 | 6 Comments

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Nourishes and puts moisture back into even the most dry and cracked hooves?

Dissolves dead (ugh) skin?

Yes siree bob, perfect your piggies pretty much effortlessly by slapping on a silky smooth blast of this here cream after your shower, or before bed. At night stick on a pair of socks on top if you want to ramp up the effect.

Look I know, I know, it’s not sandal weather. But nice feets are are a little pleasure you can hug to yourself, even if the rest of the world might not be getting a goo of them right now

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6 Replies to "Treats for feets: La Roche Posay Lipikar Podologics"

  • laineyg says:

    Is this similar to the Podexine range? Or better?

  • Kitty in the City says:

    I had a trip to the chiropodist the other day. Weird and relaxing at the same time. She told me to be sure to moisturise my feet, I always forget. And bunions are hereditary.

  • Aisling Aphrodite says:

    laineyg – more creamy than the Vichy Podexine – but they both work really well
    Kitty – I know, the soles of your feet are really easy to forget about!

  • Lottie says:

    I have used half a dozen heel creams and still my feet are like rocks. I’ll give this one a try now.

    Thanks gals!

  • sylviasoven says:

    Best foot cream I have ever tried. My feet are always really dry, and I bought this about two weeks ago and my feet are actually silky smooth and crack-free. It only took a couple days to see an improvement too, which for me is amazing because I’ve tried other foot creams before, and while I adore La Roche’s Podologics and it is hands down the best thing to ever happen to my feet. I like to alternate it with the Neutrogena Norwegian Formula foot cream because I La Roche’s is best for beautifying your feet and helping to eliminate callouses and rough patches of feet but I’m not sure if it moisturizes enough to compete with electric heating and the Norweigan Formula does moisturize and while it couldn’t bring my feet back to beautiful on its’ own, it works much better with the help of Podologics.

    To recap, use podologics to help either restore the beauty of your feet or/and to maintain healthier skin on your soles, but if you’re like me and have to crank up the heat for an entire season- use your favorite foot moisturizer alongside (you’ll be amazed at how much better your old foot cream works with the help of Podologic) and you may just be able to toss your pumice away.

  • sylviasoven says:

    ** other foot creams before with no real results unless I used a pumice stone in addition.

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