our sole-softening must-have
You'll get a 'kick' out of this pair of toe de-toughing, sole-smoothing, hardened heel-helping softening socks. They'll leave feet feathery soft and spotlight-ready in 20 minutes! we've got to 'hand' it to you -your generosity knocked our 'socks' off! Thanks for helping us show Haiti some 'glove'. Through your purchases of Glamour Gloves and Softening Socks (and your generous contributions at checkout), we were able to contribute over $50,000 to UNICEF's Haiti earthquake relief efforts, helping them deliver essential services, improve shelter, and create latrines and proper drainage systems for those in need.
- Hydrates hardened hoofs with a self-activating gel lining
- immediately softens tired treads and lasts for up to 50 uses
- Softens, smoothes, and pampers with olive oil, grapeseed oil, and vitamin E
- A special polymer gel: Lining inside the socks envelops dry skin and, when activated by body heat, force-feeds moisture that treats rough and dry feet. Heat-released jojoba oil, olive oil, ceramides, and vitamin e sink in to smooth and soften skin.
mineral oil (paraffinum liquidum), hydrogenated styrene/butadiene copolymer, hydrogenated styrene/isoprene copolymer, olea europaea (olive) fruit oil, canola oil , simmondsia chinensis (jojoba) seed oil, vitis vinifera (grape) seed oil, glycine soja (soybean) seed extract, ceramide 3, tocopheryl acetate, fragrance (parfum), BHT, benzyl benzoate, butylphenyl methylpropional, hexyl cinnamal SOCKS: 47% cotton/45% nylon/8% spandex.
how to use
In keeping with our stress-free beauty credo, caring for your softening socks is easy. To keep your socks clean and fresh, simply turn them inside out after each use, wipe them down with a cold wet sponge, lay them flat to dry, and dust a little bit of baby powder or corn starch on them to eliminate sticking.
If properly cared for, your softening socks should last through 50 uses before they require replacement. NOTE: DO NOT microwave your socks (they are not food), and DO NOT throw them in the washing machine or a tumble dryer (they aren't real clothes).