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Nature's Co Lemongrass Foot Spray - Review

It claims: This excellent foot spray is infused with nature's own freshners - lemongrass, patcholi & tea tree oils which instantly revive and energize tired feet while leaving them smelling fresh! The stimulating agents of menthol and aloe vera  will leave you with a spring in your feet. Spritz before a long day to protect and at the end of the day to energize feet and banish odour.

Key Ingredients: Lemongrass oil 3%, Patchouli oil 1%, Tea Tree oil 1%, Vegetable Glycerin 3%

Price: Rs. 495 for 100 ml

So does it live up to it's lofty claims? 
What I liked: 


1. It smells really, really nice, strong & long lasting. The fragrance is refreshing & also unisex. None of the essential oils used are very floral or girly making this a scent appealing to both men & women.

2. Used after a long day, it really freshens up the feet & also has an astringent effect drying up all sweat - leaving feet feeling clean & dry. The spray itself dries within a few seconds of application. I loved using this because I wear open shoes to office & my feet invariably get wet (thanks to the million puddles & the rains), this one single product dries, disinfects & deodorizes the feet.

3. Does not dry out the skin, plus all the essential oils in this are anti-bacterial.

4. The packaging is nice - the double cap ensures that this is easy to carry with no spillage. The spray nozzle dispenses a fine spray that is just enough to cover the foot without leaving it too wet. One bottle with daily use would easily last you 4 months.

What could be better


1. Full ingredient listing. The one they have provided accounts for only 8% of the spray. Is the rest just water? I don't know & would like to know. The claims mention menthol & aloe vera - but they are not listed as ingredients.

Overall: This is a nice product & reasonably priced. I feel the price is good, because I have hardly come across any foot products that aren't oily or creamy. Using such a product just means that one has to wait for a few minutes for it to soak in. Plus they are all moisturizing in nature, and don't freshen or deodorize the feet. This is a unique product in that sense - it absorbs instantly & freshens the feet after a tired day. Both men & women will enjoy this product.

Product sent by Company / PR for consideration, that has not affected the review in any way. 
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Comments

  1. Sounds great!! I love nature's Co products <3

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  2. never used any foot spray..would surely like to try this one :)

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  3. I love their products. Thanks for sharing the great review :)I love their products. Thanks for sharing the great review :)

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  4. Wow...Lemongrass....One of my fave aromas..

    The only foot spray I have used is the one which used to come in VLCC Pedicure Kit. Would love to give this a shot.

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  5. @Rakhshanda: This is the first product I have tried from their range - it is nice :D

    @Anamika: Yea, it is a unique product :D

    @BeautyDiva: Thks :)

    @GGG: Even I love lemongrass - it is so refreshing :D

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  6. I love the concept of foot spray!Something a lil extra at the end of the day :)

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  7. Sounds great. But I'm not sure if I should be spending so much on a footspray since I dont have major isssues. But this would come handy if I need it

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  8. the nature co has opened in pune, yay

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  9. Yet another product created to sell more... but hey, sounds very good! :-D I'll test it next time I'm at their store!

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  10. Seems good . I remember Oriflame had/have something like this and it used to work equally well:)

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  11. Foot spray!! Very good, since my feet sweat a lot more often!!

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