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Review – Hey Honey Walk the Walk Propolis Foot Cream

9 Jan

I was very excited to see this in my December Bitchbox.  I suffer from dry skin and especially dry feet.  I’m constantly trying to moisturize them and add some softness.  So Hey Honey Walk the Walk was a nice surprise.

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This retails for $23.00 USD for 5 Oz.  The sample which was under an ounce, lasted me for over a month.  I used this almost every night before bed.

What the manufacturer says:

WHAT IS IT:
A highly effective foot balm that softens, protects, and refresh your feet while repairing your dry, cracked heels.

WHY USE IT:
Propolis extract purifies and nourishes while naturally antiseptic sage and basil essential oils eliminate bacteria. Vitamin E promotes a supple, renewed texture as chamomile and Aloe Vera extracts soothe inflammation and discomfort. Take care of the feet that carry you around so you are ready for whatever the day brings! Bonus: It’s an excuse for a great foot massage!

WHO IS IT FOR:
Anyone with feet in need of TLC.

HOW TO USE:
Apply balm to clean feet and massage until absorbed.

What Fairy Godmother says:

The first thing I noticed about this was the scent.  It smells like herbal. Sort of minty, sort of menthol.  It smells natural, I liked it

When you apply it, it feels cool on your skin.  This feels so nice before going to bed, it cools down your tired feet and relaxes you.

It’s not greasy and quickly absorbs into the skin.

In the morning, you wake up with noticeably softer feet.

Any downside?  No, this does what it says.

Would I purchase?

Yes.  This is a nice foot treatment to keep around when your feet need a little extra attention.

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Style Guide – Winter Boots

14 Nov

No one wants to look frumpy in the winter.  Well, maybe some people do but that is just beyond me and weird.  BUT being cold is zero fun.  I personally hate HATE wet cold feet.  

Here are some cute winter boots to help you maintain your style while staying warm.  

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Sorel – Joan of Arc Wedge – $201 

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North Face Snowtropolis – $220

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Bare Traps Nancy Wedge – $89

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Bearpaw Tama Boot – $99.95

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Sorel Cate the Great – $210

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Keen Silverton Waterproof Winter Boot – $94

Pro tip:  Find great socks.  I really like the Smartwool brand.  They are cute and keep your feet warm and dry.

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