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Freeman Bare Foot Creamy Pumice Foot Scrub

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Freeman Bare Foot Creamy Pumice Foot Scrub
 
3.6

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4.0

Helps with light dryness on your feet

Comments about Freeman Bare Foot Creamy Pumice Foot Scrub:

I have really dry, rough, cracked feet, especially my heel area and I'm always on the lookout for products that will soften them up. I've used a few other Bare Foot products and overall it's a solid brand that makes decent quality stuff. The creamy pumice foot scrub is exactly what you would expect, a thick creamy base full of what I assume are ground down pumice stones. It's a good product for foot exfoliation.

Effectiveness
I really like how this product works but I would definitely recommend applying it with a pumice stone just to get some extra scrubbing power out of it. If you try to rub it in with your hands you might find that you end up with really soft hands but not as soft feet. I do wish the exfoliating agent weren't quite as fine, because I feel like I'd get better results with bigger pieces of it in there.

Scent
The scent is okay. I don't know what their deal with using plums for everything is, but it's not bad.

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4.0

Effective but sweet

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from Benton, KY

Comments about Freeman Bare Foot Creamy Pumice Foot Scrub:

This product smelled a LOT better then I expected!  It did a great job at scrubbing, but if you have REALLY bad feet, you may need something else.  For somewhat dry skin and minimal smoothing, however, this product is great and I would recommend it!

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3.0

I like it harsh, you may like it gentle. A personal preference.

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from The heart of , NY

Comments about Freeman Bare Foot Creamy Pumice Foot Scrub:

***Quick View:*** I like my foot scrubs to be really scrubby. This isn't plus I like a strong minty scent and this isn't. It's average but very inexpensive.***About Freeman Bare Foot Creamy Pumice Foot Scrub, Soothing***This foot scrub comes in a 5.3 ounce tube and is only three or four bucks. It is iced teaberry and mint scented but I find the scent to be fairly weak and I have no idea what iced teaberry is supposed to smell like. I like strong mint scents for foot scrubs to refresh and invigorate. This is not like the usual scrubs I use. This is creamy and the "scrubbies" aren't very harsh at all. This would be OK for the body or face but the feet generally need some heavy duty scrubbing to stay soft and get rid of hard skin.

This scrub is decently scented and does scrub my feet and leaves them somewhat softer and refreshed but I prefer both a stronger scent and a harsher scrub. This would be good for those with sensitive skin or who enjoy mild, relaxing foot scrubs. I still use this scrub but always with a loofah or exfoliating gloves to up the scubbiness and get my feet their softest. I probably won't purchase this again but it is just a personal preference. You may love the gentle scrubbing and soothing scent.

***My Viewpoint***

Freeman is a brand I like but this foot scrub is too gentle for me. I like to really exfoliate and get that dead skin off my feet and make them soft and supple. I also like strong menthol/mint scents. For me this was just average. ***3 stars***. You may love it though as it is a gentle scrub.

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4.0

Gentle, scrubbing power

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from Marietta, GA

Comments about Freeman Bare Foot Creamy Pumice Foot Scrub:

***Quick View:*** I like my foot scrubs to really work - scrubbing power without the harshness. This works well for me, coupled with a loofah, and is very inexpensive.

***About Freeman Bare Foot Creamy Pumice Foot Scrub, Soothing***This foot scrub comes in a 5.3 ounce tube and is only about four bucks. It is iced teaberry and mint scented but not overwhelmingly scented. I prefer strong mint scents for foot scrubs to refresh, invigorate, and relax. This is creamy and the "pumice" aren't very harsh at all. This scrub works best for the feet if used with a few other feet scrubbing utensils to help get rid of callous and hard skin.

The scrub alone would be work for sensitive skin or for mild, relaxing foot scrubs. I only use this scrub with a loofah or other exfoliating tools to up the effectiveness and get my feet their softest.

***My Viewpoint***

Freeman is a brand I prize, however this foot scrub alone is too gentle for my feet. I like to really exfoliate my feet and make them soft and supple. For me the scrub just above average. ***4 stars***. I keep purchasing it because it is gentle enough around the areas closer to my ankels and I can incorporate other exfoliating tools to work the soles of my feet.

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3.0

Freeman Bare Foot Creamy Pumice Foot Scrub - A Gentle Exfoliator

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from Harrisonburg, VA

Comments about Freeman Bare Foot Creamy Pumice Foot Scrub:

To be honest, I first used this product the same day that I discovered the *Mother Of All Foot Scrubs,  and thus my feet were in very good condition: already soft and without uncomfortable and immobile large calluses.  But **Freeman Bare Foot Cream Foot Scrub (Peppermint & Plum) **was the second product I tried that day, this time after a long bath.  Freeman's Foot Scrub smelled wonderful when used and the peppermint seemed to make my feet tingle gently.  The product was creamier and less grainy than the Sally Hansen Foot Scrub,  was comfortable to massage into my feet, and rinsed off easily.  As I noted earlier, it would be difficult for me to attribute any improvement in the condition of my feet to Freeman after having used the Hansen product, but my feet were certainly baby-butt smooth by this time and they were certainly suspicious of all the positive attention they'd garnered for the day.

I think I'll use the **Freeman Bare Foot Creamy Pumice Foot Scrub** for regular maintenance as it was the least expensive of the two foot scrub products and I don't believe that I'd require the intensity of the Sally Hansen product on a weekly basis.

* Feel free to check out my review of **Sally Hansen Just Feet Shea Butter & Tea Tree Oil Deep Callus Foot Scrub** if you're still awake after reading the entire product name.

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