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Japleen Has Found The Perfect Foot Scrub To Keep Her Feet Happy!

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My absolute favourite monsoon activity is jumping in puddles. I don’t care how gross it sounds, but I’m not growing out of this habit. This little inane activity makes me forget all my worries and I can be like a child again. And one should indulge their inner child every now and then, no? So I firmly think I’ll continue jumping in puddles even if it means having to do so with a walking stick. However while this brings joy to the soul, jumping in puddles means my feet are usually covered in heaps of muck, and let’s not even get started on the possibility of the bacteria crawling around my feet. Obviously, this habit riles my mum to no end.

This is the problem with this season, no matter what footwear you wear your feet are bound to get filthy. The rubber-soled ones especially meant for the rains leave my feet with tons of rashes. The only option left is wearing a pair of gumboots which is honestly not an option since I absolutely hate them. So after my mum’s ultimatum this monsoon, I decided to look for a solution that would let me indulge my heart and keep my feet happy as well, since not splashing around is not an option.

 

Stress Relief inpost

Bath & Body Works Eucalyptus Spearmint Smoothing Foot Scrub

My friend recommended this amazing Eucalyptus Spearmint Smoothing Foot Scrub from Bath and Body Works. Enriched with eucalyptus oil, the scrub helps relieve stress and is very relaxing. The spearmint oil smoothens out your skin while making it baby soft. All that I have to do now is apply this cream after soaking my feet in warm water. I can’t begin to tell you how rejuvenating this is after a stressful day at work. Did I bag myself a gem or what?

SHOP NOW: Bath & Body Works Eucalyptus Spearmint Smoothing Foot Scrub (Rs 3,415)

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