When I was sent these moisturising shoes to try I must admit to being highly dubious. But oddly, they really do work. Ok, they’re nothing in the style stakes (come on Scholl; you’ve rocked out some amazing sandals lately, so no excuse for not making these a little bit pretty at least) but the cushioned footbed contains a moisturising gel that really does leave the soles feeling softer and kind of just-exfoliated smooth. It’s apparantly got vitamin E at the core although the rest of the moisturising formula is described hazily as ‘gentle emolients’. The only downside to these are that there is slight slip when I walk which I got used to quite quickly but it is a bit disconcerting. For slopping about the house when nobody else is looking they’re great and if you have perennially dry feet, these will definitely help. The moisturising qualities should last about 5 months. They cost from £24.99.
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