Don’t let the looks deceive you, every product I have tried of Adovia’s has always provided phenomenal results. After a few minutes of investigating the contents, and vigorously shaking the container like a kid, I decided it was time to try this product.
I was very impressed with the amazing fresh scent, it could easily become one of the products on my essential shopping list due to how wonderful it smells. The jar is nicely sealed to prevent any leaks while in transit, this means you will most likely need to use scissors to poke a hole in the seal to open, and no biggie! It’s way better than an oily mess.
I used this on my husband’s feet for a pedicure, he spends a lot of time walking on the job and let’s face it they have never been baby soft. This product was amazing, the mixture allowed me to scrub the feet and remove dead skin, then the liquid that has everyone is on the fence came into play.
I use a foot file and shaver while giving my pedicures, to get smoothed skin, and all the dead skin off. You have to use a product that will provide enough slip or glide for the file to slide over the foot. If you do not the files can easily catch or cause a snagged feeling (somewhat like the first time you peeled potatoes with the potato peeler, I know my first potato wasn’t smooth and looked more like hand notched.
Adovia’s oil, when separated was perfect for this use to add the slip I needed, it worked well enough that it will always be used in my future pedicures. The results were phenomenal, my husband’s feet were actually smoother and softer than mine!
You can even use the oil for the massage part of the pedicure. I find that the separated oil actually is like a second product, you just have to find the perfect way to utilize it. The oil is perfect to use on those in between days of scrubs, just smooth on in the shower, your skin will be soft and moisturized right from the shower. You can also add some into the bath tub for a skin softening soak, or use the oil as a shaving oil to shave your legs!
Recently I have been gardening a lot, I find that the excessive had washing has recently left my hands dry and itchy, I use the oil after my hand washing as a spot treatment for dry skin. This works amazing, and leaves you with a fresh clean scent.
I also use a plastic spoon to get my Salt Scrub out of the jar. I find using a spoon allows you to scoop into the salt, and then add your desired oil. I recommend trying this with an open mind.
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