I cannot believe we are in September already. When I started my Air Hostesses Guides back in February, I was coming towards the end of my Winter time off and was itching to get back into my uniform whilst wearing my signature work face and hair. I didn’t think the Air Hostesses Guide would take off as much as it has so I will be doing my best to cover all bases including a frequently requested post on how to get your dream job. Today’s post is a follow on to last weeks Air Hostesses Guide on Summer Ready Legs and this is all about how I keep my feet in sandal ready condition using Scholl Feet Treat Foot Spa .
I work long days. Long days where I am on my feet for the majority and then 11 hours after finishing work I do it all over again. Not only am I on my feet, but I am also wearing heels. I have two pairs of work shoes, one for outdoor and one for indoor. My indoor shoes are only worn in the cabin and have a heel of around an inch and a half. My outdoor shoes which are worn at all other times have a heel of around 3 inches. Suffice to say, my legs and feet throb by the time I have finished a standard day which is around 11- 14 hours long, not including travelling to and from work. I have two wonder products that help my poor feet out time after time.
The Scholl Feet Treat Foot Spa, £29.99* is a must have product in my house. Mainly used on the day that I land back from long haul or on my last day of a block of flights, there is nothing better than a soothing spa massage in the comfort of my own living room. The lead to the foot spa is long enough to plug in across the other of my living room, whilst I get comfortable on my couch. Once I’ve filled with water to my desired temperature, I like to add a few drops of Lavender essential oil to help relax me. The power button can be switched on and off with your feet so there really is as little to do as possible. The textured base of the foot spa stimulates the feet and the addition attachments include a pumice stone and two further massage attachments which can be fitted to the centre of the foot spa. Although I put a towel down underneath the foot spa, the splash hood makes sure that spillage is minimal. All in all, a great treat for tired feet. The Scholl Feet Treat Foot Spa also comes with a nine piece pedicure kit to keep toes in tip top condition.
After spending time soaking my feet, I like to finish off my feet treat with one of my favourite products from The Buddha Beauty Company. The Soul Soother Cooling Peppermint Foot Cream has been a firm favourite of mine for quite some time. The Buddha Beauty Company are a vegan and vegetarian friendly with all the products produced ethically and mostly by hand. The organic cream contains shea butter and peppermint oil which absorbs easily, and gives your feet a new lease of life. I like to give my feet a special overnight treatment by slathering on the cream, popping on a pair of cotton socks and leaving it overnight.
You can purchase Soul Soother Cooling Peppermint Foot Cream by The Buddha Beauty Company direct from the website, with a 200ml tub costing just £13.
So, there you have it. My perfect pair that helps get my feet from gross to gorgeous overnight. Combined with a pretty pedicure, your feet will never look better. Keep an eye out for the next Air Hostesses Guide and if you have any questions or suggestions on what you would like to see, let me know in the comments box below.