Review // Voesh Pedi Mud Masque in Olive Sensation

by - Friday, July 07, 2017


So I don't know if you remember but I got these foot masks in my January 2017 Topbox and at the time I wasn't too sure if I would ever use them.

Well, the good news is I have since used them, and I have thoughts to share with you today that might help if you've ever thought of trying out a foot mask yourself. :)

Find out if they're worth the mess below and then let me know what you think!


Voesh Pedi Mud Masque in Olive Sensation

Apply onto the foot and lower leg after wash and pat dry. Leave for 3-5 minutes. Rinse thoroughly with water.

Full size $7.99
Available on Amazon.com

So one thing I want to share about foot masks is that they are MESSY AS HELL. Even if you have a foot bath or stool to help you out, putting the mask on your feet and then finding a way to rest them while it soaks in and moisturizes is hard to do without making a mess.

The first time I tried I smeared the stuff all over the floor. The second time I had learned a bit better and decided to apply it while I was in the bath, one foot at a time - while I was resting one foot with the mask on it I would balance it over my knee, and then once about 10 minutes had gone by I would rinse that foot off and switch to the other. It worked REALLY well!

The mask itself kind of reminds me of toothpaste - I didn't get a shot of it for this post (oops) but it kind of reminds me of blue toothpaste in terms of colour and texture. It also smelled a little bit minty, so keep that in mind if you're sensitive to scents. There was more than enough product in the package for both feet!


Once I found a way to put the mask on without making a mess I found that I really enjoyed it! I'm shocked to say this, but if you're interested in trying out a foot mask I would suggest giving this one a try. :) It felt a bit decadent - why yes, I am the type of person who has time to moisturize my feet with a mask! Thank you for asking, kind stranger!

Have you ever tried a foot mask? If not, do you think it's something you would ever try? :) Let me know! 

Thanks for visiting! xx

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6 comments

  1. Hmmm My attitude towards my feet is generally abandon all hope ye who look down here, but it might be a good idea in the winter to help prevent painful cracking. Glad to hear these work. 😀 Was there enough in the package for two applications?

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    1. Haha! I totally hear you, and for the most part I share that perspective. :) There would definitely be enough for two applications in one package, though I'm not sure how you would store it in the meantime.

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    2. Badly? I bought one of those activated charcoal sugar scrub packets and it had enough for four applications. I didn't even fold over the edge and clip it. Too much responsibility. 😵

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    3. Hahah! I love that, I would be the same. I would maaaaybe use a bit of tape if I felt I had the energy.

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  2. I haven't tried a foot mask before but it sounds interesting.

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  3. WHen I give myself a pedi, I soak my feet first in a dish pan with warm water with dried skim milk added (about a cup). The lactic acid in the milk helps with the dead skin and calluses and it's not too expensive.

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