Aromafloria Spa Foot and Leg Spray

Sore feet isn’t something I talk about often on this blog but the truth is that I have extremely painful feet and it only takes a few minutes of walking before I’m in agony. Despite the pain, I do try to walk as much as possible and when I’m travelling I will opt for a walking route at every opportunity. I picked up the Aromafloria For Feet’s Sake spray after one of these many walking trips in the USA in hopes it would ease my burning, inflamed and tired feet. Did it do the trick? My review answers the question. 

My Review

  • The PET plastic bottle is white with a clear cap that clicks securely into place, making it great for travel. The pump spray delivers a heavy mist of droplets.
  • Being a product that includes an aromatherapy base makes the scent extremely powerful as soon as you remove the cap. The most notable of the notes is the spearmint, in my opinion, but I can still catch the tea tree and rosemary in the dry down. I don’t know if arnica and witch hazel have much of a scent but if they do, I can’t smell it. A scent this strong would usually annoy me but because it’s being sprayed on my feet I find it hardly noticeable once dry.
  • When sprayed directly onto my feet and legs I feel an instant cooling sensation. It’s relieving  when my feet are hot and it also dries up any sweat residue.
  • If I have itchy feet as a result of walking in open shoes or without socks I found this spray didn’t do anything to control or minimise the itch. This is the only aspect of this product I found frustrating because it would relieve my other concerns, just not itching.
  • The spray does work quickly and my feet are usually less red within 10-30 minutes of applying it. It doesn’t replace a salt soak but it’s an instant refresher that’s great when I’m on the go or have no time for soaking my feet.
  • I love that I can spray this product in my shoes after a long day and it deodorises them quickly. The bottle also says it helps prevent fungus, which I can’t confirm because I wouldn’t know how to test it but I’ve never had athletes foot or a fungal infection despite having to wear the same sweaty shoes day-after-day on some trips.
  • The best thing about this product in my opinion is that it’s all natural. It’s not something that would be hard to make yourself but if you’re lazy like me it’s great that I can use this product without worrying about useless chemicals. Majority of the ingredients are certified organic, no preservatives, it’s vegan and there isn’t even any palm oil. Tick, tick tick.

What Aromafloria says ….

Deodorizes & Refreshes

Instant relief for tired, aching, fatigued, overheated feet. Defies odor, helps prevent fungus, cools and deodorizes soothes hot, tired legs and feet.

Preservative Free, No Artificial Colors, No Synthetic Fragrances
Size: 4 fl oz / 120 mL

Stockist Details

Australia – Unavailable at time of publishing. Search eBay or Amazon for sellers.

USA $10 from Aromafloria and Ulta

UK – Unavailable at time of publishing. Search eBay or Amazon for sellers.

Do you suffer from sore feet and legs? How do you recover after lots of walking? Let me know by commenting below!

Aromafloria Spa Foot and Leg Spray

Aromafloria Aromatherapy are certified cruelty-free by All products are suitable for vegans. You can find their statement on animal use on their mission page.

Organic Aloe barbadensis (Aloe Vera) Juice* , Hamamelis virginiana (Witch Hazel) Extract, Alcohol , Magnesium Sulfate, Sodium Bicarbonate, Xanthan Gum, Arnica montana (Arnica) Extract, Melaleuca alternifolia (Tea Tree) Oil*, Mentha spicata (Spearmint) Oil*, Rosmarinus officinalis (Rosemary) Oil*, Mentha piperita (Peppermint) Oil*, Eucalyptus globulus (Eucalyptus) Oil*. *Certified Organic

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