Musings of a Muse

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May 18, 2009

Foot Petals Sweaty Pedi Foot Fragrance Review


I admit I'm easy to amuse. Which is why when I tested out Foot Petals Sweaty Pedi Foot Fragrance I got a sincerely bad case of the giggles. What? I can't help myself. The name alone makes me laugh myself silly. Sweaty pedi? Come on that's kinda funny in a teenage boy fart joke kinda way isn't it?

Told ya I was easily amused.

Jump for the review!

Even though the name is amusing the actual product works quite well. Foot Petals Sweaty Pedi Foot Spray has a little description on the bottle that says sexy-solutionz collection which again had me giggling. But I gotta say the scent is kinda sexy like. I know, I know foot spray that's sexy...well it could happen. Anyone with a foot fetish should love this! The scent is kinda a soft vanilla scent although it does say it's a sweet lavender and vanilla blend I get mostly a powdery sweet vanilla from it, quite pretty for my tired toes and feet!




Spray directly onto your feet to keep them fresh and smooth all Summer long as this absorbs perspiration and protects your skin against blisters, so if you're sporting strappy sandals this Summer you can avoid those pesky blisters.


If you're looking for a good way to keep your feet dry and cool this Summer do check out Foot Petals Sweaty Pedi Foot Fragrance (LOL sweaty pedi!).

Check out more from Foot Petals by visiting http://www.footpetals.com

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2 Comments:

Anonymous Laura R said...

LOL- i'm all giggly too. this sounds super handy! and that photo of the product all snuggled with the cute heels is too funny!

May 19, 2009 at 8:58 AM  
Blogger the Muse said...

LOL Laura obviously we have the same humor :-D

and I thought this would look cute tucked into my new shoes hehe

May 19, 2009 at 9:05 AM  

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