Beauty Review: Etude House Rich Butter Foot Mask
As I've already admitted to the horrible things I've subjected my hair to, I guess my feet are fair game. Only that they aren't. Fair, that is. I walk everywhere, so the poor things take a beating on a daily basis. Sometimes I wear good shoes, but more often than not I slump around in my ratty old broken sneakers, flats with absolutely no support, or heels. I'm not quite a hobbit, but my feet will win no beauty contests. If that's even a thing.
Anyways! So digression. Much sidetracked. Wow.
In hopes of bringing my feet back from the hell I've subjected them to, I picked up (from Etude House, where else?) the Rich Butter Foot Mask shown in the picture.
|WHY IS ETUDE STUFF SO CUTE??|
The process for this was pretty fun, too. As you can see on the package, there are 2 steps. First you apply what is basically a sheet mask, same as you would use for your face, except in more of a foot shape. Then, to quote the instructions "wear footsies...[and]...secure with adhesive tape." FOOTSIES. Footsies. Say it with me. Footsies. Best thing ever.
|Footsie-clad feets. Feet. Feetsies?|
Result? I certainly liked how pampered I felt after doing this treatment, but I can't say how much it was able to change my horrible feet.
Would I recommend this product: Yes~ The results weren't huge, but it wasn't expensive, and it's nice to feel pampered once in a while. Also, footsies.
Where to buy: If you live in a place with Etude House stores, then you can just drop by. If not, I'm sure it's on the Etude House gmarket store or the like.