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Kenzoki Barefeet Fantasy Massage Balm

As much as I owe my feet all the credits they should get (they do take me everywhere my head wants to go), I definitely do not give them the love they deserve. My feet have this tendency to react strongly to really hot or cold weather, standing up for a long period of time or dancing the night away, so most days, I end up with sensitive, painful and swollen feet that cry out for a good massage.

I must have tried every foot cream and massage technique on the block these last few blogging years, and where some have brought the much wanted relief, others failed miserably! Cue the Kenzoki Barefeet Fantasy Massage Balm! Kenzo has been tickling my interest of late, somehow their skincare never really caught my eye. Quite a shame, cause look at how beautiful that packaging is!! Take the lid off, and you’ll find a thick, luscious cream with the consistency of butter cream frosting. As if that wasn’t enough to make me start massaging my feet immediately, the soft scent of rice milk makes me want to dive straight in (literally, I would massage this all over my body…). The Rice Plant Water, Shea Butter and Cupuacu make this a moisturizing bomb, with added soothing and cooling effects, but before you think it would be way too greasy for you, think again! It gently melts into your skin, so after 5 minutes or so, you can easily pop your shoes back on without sliding from one end to the other. Or you can just do like me, massage this cream into your feet after a long day, put those feet up and not move another inch for the rest of the night…. Aaaaah bliss!

Playing footsy has never been so relaxing!

Kenzoki Barefeet Fantasy Massage Balm
€ 22,70 / £ 18 / US $ 30
For Belgium exclusively available at Ici Paris XL
lso available via and




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