*Proceed with caution: post contains photos of my dry skin*
When I first received this product, I looked at the packaging and thought, hmm, now what should I target since the skin therapy oil is supposed to improve the appearance of scars, stretch marks, dry, damaged skin, uneven skin tone and aging skin?Thankfully, I don’t have aging skin (yet!), and stretch marks aren’t really bothering me (maybe I’m a bit blind to see them or am in denial), but I do have a major problem with dry skin at the back of my heel.
I remember I used to frequent a nail salon before I got married and they would slather Vitamin E oil on my dry skin (something found in Palmers’ products) and I remember I even bought a bottle of that oil and my heel got so much better. And then I think I forgot or got lazy – or both – and then I had children and you’d understand why the skin on my heel stayed forgotten, until about a month back.
I decided to put Palmers Skin Therapy Oil to the test – there’s a slight fragrance which I quite like, and I’d apply it to my foot after my bath at the end of the day – if I remembered.
After a month of on-and-off-applications and exfoliating when the aging brain works, here’s the result:
Much better, don’t you think? I’m hoping that it’d get even better with time.
*This is the last instalment of my Palmers review*
Disclosure: I received a bottle of Palmers Skin Therapy Oil (Rosehip fragrance) for this review.