I am very hard on my feet. I go barefoot, wear sandals or flip flops all the time. My feet normally look like I do that too unless I have recently went in for a pedicure. I can’t go into the salon as often as I would like to keep them looking nice. So I found something that helps my feet look good anytime it is the Callus Remover Foot File with Flex Neck from ToiletTree Products. It powerfully and painlessly buffs away rough, dry, hard and calloused skin on my feet.
Here are some of the features:
- Replaceable grinding head spins 360 degrees for fast results
- Flexible neck allows you to reach every angle of your foot
- Water resistant design allows for easy cleaning
- Powerfully and painlessly buffs away rough, dry, hard and calloused skin from your feet in seconds
- Each unit comes with 2 grinding heads, a cleaning brush and 2 AA batteries
It came with the batteries so I used it the day it came in the mail. I loved how fast it worked and how soft my feet were when I was done. I now use this in part of my foot care routine. I like to soak my feet when I am done using the Callus Remover Foot File with Flex Neck. My feet stay soft and feel good for days after using the Foot File.
If you would to purchase your own Callus Remover Foot File with Flex Neck from HERE or from Amazon.com. I also have one to giveaway from the sponsor. You must be 18+ US. Leave a comment on how often do you get a pedicure. Extra entry for following ToiletTree Products on Twitter. Extra enters for each way you follow Kaisy Daisy’s Corner. Giveaway ends Aug 10, 2015. Enter daily for more chances to win.
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