I got this from the clay masque review event held by Farley & Co back last year before the summer. Now I know I got the Foot Buffer, but I actually liked this one better for my purposes.
It was a nice thing to find in our goody bag, as scrubs are quite handy in the summer.
You see, wearing flip flips, or heel exposed sandals, I find that my heels get really dry, and look absolutely horrid looking. So this was a great help, as after a light soak in water, I was able to use this to scrub away at my feet. Doing this every few days helped to restore my feet to the youthfulness.
I used to use the St Ives Apricot Scrub, mainly because I got the tub cheap (about $1-2 cause it was on sale, and I used a coupon). But as it is a little rough, I did find that because I tend to use a heavy hand, my feet and hands would be a little red after using them.
The Montagne Jeunesse one isn’t quite the same, it utilizes crushed bamboo, and supported by a smoother, fluffier crème.
Plus it just smells delightful! Like really yummy…almost hard to resist yummy…
The only thing is that because it tries to be very natural, it has a rather short life span of 6 months before you have to toss it out. So if you venture in to it, it is something you want to keep using, rather than squirreling away.