Voesh Pedi In A Box Review

Thursday, 18 May 2017

PR Sample

Today I have a rather intriguing product to show you. A little while ago I was asked if I wanted to try out VOESH's pedi in a box, a 4 step system which aims to give your feet the perfect SPA pamper and I jumped at the chance.


Now don't worry, I'm not going to be showing you my feet in this post, but I am going to tell you about my experience using this system.



VOESH's Lemon Quench, pedi in a box is a four-step treatment that aims to enrich the skin with key ingredients, designed to give feet some much needed nutrients. Each box is individually packed with just the right amount of product for a single pedicure.

Each set includes;

Sea Mineral Salt Soak
This salt soak is simple to use, just tip the desired amount into some warm water and soak your feet. This step aims to detoxify and deoderise your feet and mine definitely felt fresher and smelt amazing after the 10 minutes I let them soak for.


There is a lot of product in this sachet, far more than is needed for one foot soak. However I just chucked it all in, no point keeping half a packet hanging around.

Sugar Scrub
Possibly my favourite step (I love exfoliating my feet), all you need to do is gently massage onto your feet and lower leg. This will exfoliate any dead cells and leave your skin silky smooth.


There wasn't a massive amount of product and if you're not careful when splitting it evenly at the start, you may find you use it all on only 1 foot.

Mud Masque
After you rinse your feet and pat them dry, apply the mud masque to your feet and lower leg and leave for 3-5 minutes. This will cleanse your skin and tighten the pores. After the time is up, you just rinse off with warm water and move on to the last step.


I found there was just the right amount of product in this sachet, however if someone maybe had larger legs or big feet, there may be a supply issue.

Massage Lotion
Finally you massage in the lotion to both your feet and lower leg until it's absorbed. This will hydrate the skin and sooth deep tissues.


This was the only product which I struggled to stretch fully over the 2 feet and legs. However any foot cream or oil would top this sachet up.

Now as a individual consumer, I love this product. It feels luxurious to have all the stages ready to go in a box and by the end of my pedi, my feet honestly felt incredible. I will be purchasing these for myself to use and I can also see myself grabbing some of them to hand out as birthday and Christmas gifts (think secret santa and stocking fillers).


VOESH's pedi in a box comes in 8 different scents, although only 4 are available on their UK website. You can pick one Pedi in a Box pack up for £3.46 here in either Lavender Relieve, Vitamin Recharge, Virgin Olive Sensation or Lemon Quench scents.

I'd really like to know your favourite pedi products. Does this sound like a product you'd be interested in?

Vicky x

2 comments:

  1. I love a good pedi but I am so lazy that I don't do them often and I really should. Lucky for me it's winter so I can hide my feet in boots :)
    Tracy xx
    @oliviajadenails

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    1. I'm the same, my feet tend to get hidden a lot and the only thing I do is scrub and moisturise them everyday. However come the summer they need a good seeing too! I may even treat them to some polish soon.

      Hope you're keeping yours cosy with some cosy socks! How I wish it was Winter (and Christmas) again!! xx

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