Luxurious Foot Creams for Budget Conscious Shoppers

You don't have to spend a ton of money to look great or be comfortable. Nothing is more important to a successful day than having happy feet. In a demanding world where from the moment we wake up to the time we lie down to sleep, we're constantly on our feet. While perhaps the most important aspect of comfortable feet is the shoe and to find the perfect one, those shoes won't soak into your skin morning, day, and night and bring a smile to your face!

There are as many foot creams available as there are flavours of tea. Consumers looking for dry or uncomfortable foot relief can pay as much as £100-200 for what appears to be a simple foot cream. If used enough, one could zip through a container a month. But is it necessary to spend such money for real comfort and relief? According to reviews and professionals, it is absolutely not needed.

Soap & Glory makes a foot cream called Heel Genius Amazing Foot Cream that runs less than £20 in most outlets. Even more budget friendly is a foot cream by Eucerin that will put a consumer back around £10, and is reviewed as one of the best creams for fast absorption (meaning little slipping and sliding after application) with excellent results. Elemis Spa offers a foot cream known for a pleasing lemon oil and eucalyptus scent for about £33, enriched with Shea butter and jojoba oil. Another option in this middle cost area for the budget minded, and those who often prefer natural exfoliating products, is H2O Spa's foot and hand collection for about £45.

There are many foot cream reviews that revealed rubbing the cream over the feet at night rejuvenates the skin and heels so that by morning, they are soft and feel light. These particular foot creams are used by men and women alike, which for couples makes an even more pleasurable way to end the night. Some skincare practitioners suggest it isn't necessary to use foot creams if you own hand creams. But the logic doesn't hold up as foot creams and hand creams tend to have different consistencies. Many quality hand creams aren't formulated for use on tougher, and often less absorbent, skin surfaces like the foot.

For any budget there are quality foot creams available and easily available by online ordering or visiting your local spa or salon. No reason to walk day after day with cracked and achy feet regardless of your budget!

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Everybody Nose It

Khloe Kardashian with big nose ring
After seeing these photos of Khloe Kardashian sporting a nose ring and chain on her Instagram, we couldn't help but wonder where we'd seen the look before. Nose jewellery has been sported by celebs from trendy Rihanna to less the likely Scarlett Johansson and Jessica Biel, and we don't think this trend is going away anytime soon.
Kendall Jenner was seen in a huge nose ring at the Coachella music festival earlier this year and I can't help but wonder if this is where Khloe took her inspiration for the above look.

Kendall Jenner with big nose ring and chain

In May, model Imogen Anthony posted Instagram photos of her posing with an incredibly dangly nose ring and chain. She followed up this week wearing a large silver choker and matching nose ring with metallic tattoos to the face to create a boho wild child look. Imogen Anthony with nose ring and chain

Not only are Indian style nose rings an increasing trend between celebs, but fancy septum rings and clips are the new must-have accessory for the fashion forward. 
Both Rihanna and Lady Gaga were spotted with chunky septum rings this summer. While Gaga's is real, varieties of clip on rings similar to RiRi's are popular for those with enough confidence to pull them off!
Rihanna and lady gaga with septum nose rings

As early as 2006 septum piercings started to appear on the radar- Scarlett Johansson was papped in her chunky nose ring while out and about, and in May last year the Met Ball saw Jessica Biel don a subtle silver ring. Model Cailin Russo is a regular wearer of nose jewellery and embraces the look with a fresh face, showing you don't have to be super quirky or an A-lister to pull the accessory off.
Scarlett Johansson and Jessica Biel with septum rings
 Cailin Russo with septum ring
While it may be pretty cool to wear for a day, we're not sure yet if I'm sold on the trend. A clip on would certainly be the best bet to try out this look before taking the plunge with a sharp needle, but I think we might give it a miss for now until we work up the courage to wear one in public! 
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