Product Review: Vichy Podexine Reconditioning Care For Dry Feet

September 5, 2008 at 12:32 pm 4 comments

Name: Reconditioning Care For Dry feet
Brand: Vichy
Size: 100ml
Price: 12€

From Vichy’s website:
Nourishes deep-down with no greasy effect. Instantly nourishes and for 24 hrs. Leaves skin soft and velvety to the touch. Minimises the risk of fissure formation.

What I liked:
– isn’t greasy
– absorbs quickly
– leaves skin soft
– reduces hardened and roughened skin

What I didn’t like:
– the fragrance

I tend to have dry feet during the summer, so I tried Vichy Podexine Reconditioning Care for Dry Feet. The cream is white and very rich, but not greasy. I apply it every day after showering with a massage and it absorbs very quickly into the skin. It makes my skin very soft for the whole day. It also reduced hardness and roughened skin. Overall, it really improved the condition of my feet.

I’m not too keen on the scent. It is nice and not strong and overpowering, but I prefer fragrance-free products.

The cream contains glycerin, which attracts water to the skin and leaves it soft and shea butter, which is effective at treating dry skin and to soften and moisturize it.

Overall, I really like this cream. It isn’t greasy and absorbs quickly. It reduces hardened skin as well as leaving it soft for the whole day.

Rating: 4/5

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  • 1. Tan (makeup reviews)  |  September 5, 2008 at 5:36 pm

    I know a few people who could use this! Where can I pick some up at?

  • 2. beautifulwithbrains  |  September 6, 2008 at 11:39 am

    Tan: Vichy products are sold in pharmacies like CVS or Duane Reade. I think you can find them at Ulta too.

  • 3. Anastasia  |  September 6, 2008 at 5:53 pm

    Does it make your feet stop hurting after a 9-hour shift at work? =[

  • 4. beautifulwithbrains  |  September 7, 2008 at 11:27 am

    It definitely keeps your feet moisturized thoughtout the day, even if you wear uncomfortable shoes, but unfortunately it doesn’t make them stop hurting.


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