Orna Skincare

orna-foot-revitalizer-hoboken-nj.jpgYou ever accidentally stumble upon something that just “works”? Well I recently did, and here’s my story:

One day while visiting Good Kleen Fun, I had the opportunity to bump into Anshu, a Hoboken entrepreneur who was marketing her new business, Orna Skincare, and their first product, the “Foot Revitalizer”.

I normally don’t have an opinion about “beauty” or “personal care” products, because, well, I’m a pretty well-oiled machine. However, I overheard Anshu talking about some foot cream that can work miracles on dilapidated and sad feet (like mine). I walk around Hoboken seven days a week, and don’t pay much attention to the state of my extremities. So I was interested and challenged her to see what her product could do to my lost causes. My feet (well, at least one of my feet) are normally dry, cracked and disgusting really, and I said “I bet your product does nothing more than anything else I’ve tried to fix them”… I’ve tried pedicures (once or twice a year), various “exfoliating” lotions, pumice stones, scrubby sponges, and wacky concoctions like Bag Balm (used to lubricate cow utters). Nothing ever worked. Not even close.

So she hands me a small sample container of the Orna Skincare Foot Revitalizer. I accept the trial size package with doubt. “No way it’ll ever work”. But because she exhibited such passion and belief for her product, I’d give it a shot. What can I lose, other than a couple minutes of my time?

What did I find out? I finally had relief for my cracked and dry feet!

There has never been any other foot cream that works like this one. I was honestly amazed. Within 5 days my feet were softer than a newborn infant. I was wondering what was wrong with me, they looked so smooth and well taken care of! Was I in the Twilight Zone?

After more investigation, I discover that Orna Skincare “Foot Revitalizer” is more than 95% natural. No synthetic fragrances and colors, mineral oil or paraffin wax, animal ingredients and parabens. It’s not tested on animals, either. That’s a lot to say, considering the mostly chemical and harmful products that pepper the shelves of your local store.

But wait a minute it gets better!

It’s a simple all-in-one procedure; You do not have to soak, scrub and moisturize – you only massage it into your feet and you’re done, the ORNA Foot Revitalizer does the rest of the work. Not sure exactly what the biological or technical process is, but it fixed what others never could.

The peeling almost immediately went away. It took about 3-4 days and the heels were noticeably improved. After 5-7 days, I had new, SOFT heels. Like I said before, nothing ever worked, lotions, Bag Balm, even pedicures! I no longer had “typical man paws”. A simple daily application made my feet feel much better.

I recommend it highly. I thought my rough man’s feet were a lost cause! Imagine what this can do for more normal feet!

(my ACTUAL feet. I’ll show you them as proof!)

The best thing is, that it’s made in USA, and by a Hoboken based company (talk about supporting Hoboken entrepreneurs).

I find her drive and passion is simply inspiring. While she is doing this as a business, I truly see that she believes in her business wholeheartedly, and not just to “sell a product”.

Available at:

On the waterfront at Spa H, 201-526-9001

Opposite the Path station at Body Balance 201-420-7277

Also available online at www.ornaskincare.com – free gift wrapping, free shipping (nice packaging from what I was told)

There are so many skincare products on the market that you may feel confused and overwhelmed, I found ORNA Foot Revitalizer effective and a good value for money. So I just wanted to let Hoboken411 readers know! Anshu is also planning other “well-being” type products. If the same care and passion goes into those, you can be rest assured that they’ll be just as good, if not better.

Good luck, Anshu and Orna Skincare!

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21 Comments on "Orna Skincare"

9 years 1 month ago

Has anyone purchased this product? My girlfriend and I went to Spa H this afternoon and we asked for Orna Skincare but the woman who worked there had no idea what we were talking about. Please let me know.


kooky kat
9 years 2 months ago

I think it was pretty brave of 411 to put a picture of his gnarly foot up for all to see!! (they look so nice now!) I am going to get some of this and try to get my boyfriend to please please PLEASE try it!!

And Lady, most feet are ugly, some are just uglier than others. Women take care of theirs (most of us anyway) men just don’t care. I, for one, don’t care how nice a guys feet are though, I don’t want to see them in flip flops, ever. It’s gay, and kind of gross.

9 years 2 months ago

I don’t get the mole comment. What? He didn’t say the product also removed his mole. I think we know 411 enough to know that if the product had failed on his funky feet he would have been just as happy to report that the product sucks.