[Skincare] : FREEMAN BareFoot Peppermint Plum Foot Scrub4:10:00 PM
If you're one of my old followers, you would probably noticed that my blog has a new look. Yes I've just recently changed the whole layout of Two Thousand Things because I want to start fresh after the hiatus.
I've been wanting a clean look with simple layout and minimal decorations, and I had planned to change this blog's layout since several months ago but I was just too lazy and couldn't find the time to sit back for long hours fixing out the layout.
Although this is a ready-made template but still there are several things that I need to do with the html editor. You see, html is a challenge for me because I don't understand their language so it wasn't easy for me trying to figure out the new layout on the html level. But one fine day (actually it was last Saturday) I finally pushed myself to sit in front of my laptop and determined to get everything done!
It was a productive morning, I started by cleaning my apartment and taking care of my laundry, then I took an energizing shower and took a little extra treatment by scrubbing my feet with Freeman BareFoot Peppermint + Plum Foot Scrub which is one of my favorite product right now.
This foot scrub is one of the best seller product from Freeman beauty range. It contains plum extract, peppermint, and tea tree oil to invigorate and renew tired feet. It's like having the power of pumice buffs away the rough spot on your feet to reveal soft and smoother skin.
The texture is like a soft lotion with tiny little granules which acts as the pumice to slough away that roughness on your skin. I really really enjoy the soft scrubby texture and the invigorating scent of peppermint and plum! It smells really really nice, and the scent would last longer than my ordinary soap :)
It smells fresh and it makes my feet feels smoother and softer. Just don't forget to use a foot lotion afterwards. My current choice is Udderly Smooth Shea Butter Foot Cream which doesn't leave any grease and makes my feet feels soft for hours and hours. Other foot cream/lotion that I currently use is Nip+Fab Dry Leg Fix which has a soft and fast-absorbing formula.
So anyway, after a relaxing shower and a good foot scrub I finally took the time to make the big change on my blog. It took more than 5 hours to get everything right, and even after those long hours there are still a couple of things that are still missing the right link or are not in the right place. But I'm working on that so please just ignore those ;p
So, how do you like the new layout so far? Lemme know!
Hugs and Kissies,