Disclaimer: I am not affiliated with the makers of Hoof Body/Foot Lotion. I have not been compensated by them to write about their product. I do not personally know anyone who works for the company.
Every so often, my wife asks me to rub lotion into her feet. Usually, I have to sit at the foot of the bed while she lays back in comfort and enjoys a quick foot massage. This time, I told her I would give the foot massage, but she had to let me lay down in bed the regular way and bring her feet to me. She protested, correctly stating that I would fall asleep. I replied that I would fall asleep, but I would do so massaging her feet. Apparently that is all the convincing she needed.
Aside: Husbands, if you have never given your wife a foot massage, you should investigate foot reflexology. A mentor of mine once told me that meeting a woman's foot massage needs could lead to her meeting some of his "pressing" needs.
So I lay down and my wife sets her feet on my chest. She hands me a bottle of "Hoof" brand "softening foot butter" -- unique from other lotions because it comes with a roll on applicator. I eagerly began rolling it on the bottom of her feet. Surprisingly, this did not relax my wife. Instead, it tickled her.
Not pleased with a foot-tickling, she quickly asked me to stop and told me I had to squeeze the lotion out of the tube. I squeezed the tube and nothing came out so she took the tube from me and squeezed out some lotion to put in my hand.
I finished her first foot and grabbed the tube to squeeze out more lotion. At first, I squeezed gently and nothing came out. I squeezed harder -- nothing. Harder still -- nothing still. A little harder and . . .
Creamy white lotion went everywhere. Both of my hands, part of my wife's leg, our sheets, a couple of pillow cases, even the headboard of the bed got a dollop. We had to stifle our laughter to keep from waking our son.
My wife loves the lotion. It's thick, creamy, and makes her skin feel soft and smooth.
On the negative, the delivery method doesn't work. It may be okay for rolling on rough, scaly heels, but the rest of the foot is just too sensitive. If this company offers their lotion in a squeezable container that won't explode, you should definitely go with that option.