Tuesday 27 October 2015

Moha Foot Care Cream Review

The skin of our feet has no oil glands, so unlike the other parts of our body, our feet tend to remain naturally dry. Now depending on skin type, people may have dryness on feet on regular or occasional basis. Mine falls in first category. As I mentioned in my foot care regimen in an earlier post that I can never miss moisturizing my feet irrespective of weather. So I always keep some good foot care products in stock..This time I tried a new foot care cream from Moha and today's post goes for the review of the same.
Product Info:
Papaya and Aloe join hands to give your feet the soft texture you crave with Moha’s luxurious Foot Care Cream. This luscious, creamy formula soothes away calluses and cracks, leaving your feet smooth and soft.
How to use?
Wash feet with lukewarm water and pat dry. Massage gently from toe to ankle till the cream is absorbed. Preferably use at bedtime.

Price: Rs. 163/-. Available here
Qty: 100 gm
Aloe barbadensis (Aloe vera) offers high soothing, moisturizing & nourishing properties. It improves your skin’s ability to hydrate itself, aids in the removal of dead skin cells.
Papaya (Carica papaya) promotes skin renewal and cell turnover. It helps in exfoliating the skin to reveal newer cells, and has restorative properties that soften your skin.
Peppermint (Mentha piperata) oil nourishes & improves the circulation of blood to your feet and leaves behind a soothing, cooling effect.
The Moha foot cream comes in a beautifully printed tube that has the ingredients depicted on it like water color painting. The tube is a flip-open kind of pack that is easy to use.
My experience:
My feet thank me for taking good care of them and not let them crack. What I mean to say is my feet are saved from any severe cracks, but yes there are minor ones that are visible only when I walk barefoot for some time and they get dirty. I don't want the problem to be worsen, moreover I am more concerned about using a foot cream as a foot softener to help myself relieve from dry n itchy soles.

The Moha foot cream is of off-white color. The smell is something to point out firstly. It has a minty fragrance that is prominently kept to make your sweaty feet smell nice. Some may find the fragrance on a stronger side, but its not unbearable. The cream is thick enough that upon application I feel instant relief.
I prefer applying it before bedtime on my clean feet since I wear open, uncovered flats all day long and I fear it attracting more dirt onto my feet if applied after morning bath. But its not too greasy to be able to apply in the daytime if you want to. The cream doesn't do overnight miracles, but renders smooth skin and controlled cracks by a continual process. The thick and hard skin around the heels gets softer with lasting moisturization after the absorption of the cream. The texture of the cream won't leave the skin shiny or oily at all.

Thanks to an efficacious combination of emollients and exfoliants like papaya and mint that help to get rid of dead skin cells as well. Infact, I am using a foot cream for the first time that boasts of goodness of papaya in it :) I'm happy that I found it and it cared for my feet's good health.

Softens, soothes and protects foot skin from getting rough and damaged.
Heals cracked and chapped heels with prolonged application.
Deeply nourishes, moisturizes and repairs skin.
Smells good.
Pretty packaging.
Infused with great emollients and exfoliants.
Decently priced.


**PR Sample


  1. I just love all your reviews
    So thoughtful of you to put in a pic of your heel

  2. Sounds like a nice foot cream. I am just about to finish up my Himalaya foot cream. Going to give this a try.

    1. I also like Himalayas foot cream. Infact that is one which I finished before I started Moha's foot cream.

  3. Great review. I will look this up.

  4. Papaya and aloe great two great ingredients in this foot cream. Amazing product and great review!!

  5. wonderful
    nice that you included a foot pic

  6. I have used many foot care cream.... But of all i feel Moha is great. I love my feet


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