Are you looking for a way to pamper your winter feet? There is so many things you can do for them. One of them being going for a pedicure somewhere. Pedicures are not always possible though. Especially if you are trying to budget.
I used to get pedicures regular. The people there would want me to come in once every 2 weeks if not once a week. Of course I would sometimes let it go 4 weeks. But like a lot of people, it just wasn’t in my budget.
That is when I started looking for alternative ways to treat my feet. I just want feet that looks presentable when I wear my summer sandals or other open toed shoes.
My main problem was rough cracked and callused feet. I guess it doesn’t help that I like to run barefoot all the time.
I started seeing these battery operated callus removers. I wanted to try one so bad. Up until I was able to try one, the best thing I had was a pumus stone that didn’t do the trick.
I have tried a few that wasn’t really powerful. Then I found the one from #treatmyfeet and is available on Amazon.
This one comes in a nice box. While it doesn’t have a case with it, I saved my box to store it in when I wasn’t using it. I like this one because I can use batteries or a cord and charge it.
You can use this one wet or dry feet. I have tried it on both and have found that I like to use it after my feet are dried better. This set comes with 2 coarse heads. I like the fact that they did send an extra one.
I guess it depends on how bad a shape your feet are in as to how long it will take to improve those winter feet. If you use it regularly, you should start seeing results. I was amazed how smooth my feet felt when I first started using it.
This one has power to smooth those hard feet down and is safe to use. I am so glad I was able to try it out and this is one I would recommend to family and friends.
Yes, I still love the nice smelling lotions, the foot massages and the attention of someone else doing my feet, but my wallet likes that there is alternatives such as this out there. It is proving much cheaper to buying new heads once or twice a year (also available on Amazon) Compared to going for pedicures twice a month.
Disclaimer: The product discussed in this post was sent to me in exchange for me sharing my unbiased opinion of it with you. All opinions are 100% my own and may or may not differ from yours.