So we have a new favorite product. Seriously!
As many mamas know first hand…. feet = stink! Not just any stink but STANK!
This has been the only product we have found to work and work WELL!
Sweet Feet Spray
This product you can spray in your shoes or on your feet to get rid of STANK!
It refreshes your feet after being in pointe shoes! Keeps those jazz and tap shoes smelling at least decent! And yes – the best shoes we’ve seen it used on? TOMS and UGGS! Many moms didn’t believe that it actually works…. until they try a friends or try it here at the store. I’ve used it in my nice leather heels (feel great, look great, don’t smell so great heels), my kids shoes (because let’s face it – once they start walking…*ahem* running–odor quickly follows), and just about every leather good that starts smelling. I sold a whole package of this stuff to a mom with softball-ers and baseball-ers for kids for them to use in their gloves (and shoes, but gloves worked too).
It comes in two scents – here’s how the company describes the scents:
The Black Label targets those dare devils that like to take extreme to a whole new level. It attracts those individuals that live active lifestyles for men and women. For an everlasting fresh scent that is guaranteed for your whole day.
The Pink Label focuses its attention to those hardworking soccer moms, children, families, and Guys with a taste for sweetness. It attracts individuals who have set goals with strong dedication and commitment into achieving those goals. Indulge in a long-lasting enhanced Jamaican plum sensation that’ll get you through your day odor free.
Black label has been used by just about everyone. Pink label has been predominantly ladies (guys tend to gravitate to the black label – but we’ve had a lot of ladies love that scent too). The only shoes we don’t recommend spraying this inside? Pointe shoes (because of the composition of the shoes).
It’s only $7.95 here at the store – and it’s worth EVERY penny!
Moral of the story? Get your Sweet Feet spray today and tell that STANK to “GO AWAY!”