It’s time to think about baring all… from the ankle down anyway! The sudden burst of spring weather (read as sun + 12 degrees = Scottish spring) means that it is finally time to get your ankles out! In fashion, shoes with bare feet are the equivalent of testing the ocean with your big toe: it’s not quite warm enough for bare legs, but a bare foot with tolerable. Whether you decide on this season’s flared jeans with platforms, fail safe leggings with ballet pumps (or indeed, a mannish shoe – read my Vogue.com trend report here) or a maxi skirt teamed with a leather wedge, you will have to get your winter feet ready for spring. Obviously, a drop of fake tan and a great polish instantly improves pale feet that have spent the past six months in opaques, but this foot spray by Scholl will not only soften dry soles and heels, it will soothe any discomfort.
I tried the Crackling Ice Foot Spray and it really is a great product. It’s super easy to use – just shake the aerosol can before spraying directly onto the entire foot. The spray comes out fairly moist (and freezing cold, in a good way!) and on contact with the skin it bubbles on your foot while making a rather noisy crackling sound! It feels incredibly refreshing, probably because of how wet the spray is, but it doesn’t drip because it changes texture. This means it doesn’t leave a mess on the floor and you don’t need to wipe it off, it just dries into the skin, leaving your foot soft and supple. I would recommend the Crackling Ice Foot Spray to anyone, but in particular, to those who enjoys wearing heels or who do a lot of walking.
Overall, Scholl has created a foot product is a must-have for preparing feet for spring – get your Crackling Ice Foot Spray here.