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soft heels, warm heels [...] purr purr purr
Reviewed in Canada on April 30, 2018
Instead of going to pedicures, this has been my weekly regiment. It’s an inexpensive, affective tool which helps reveal your healthier heels.
• If you are new to this, try it wet. I have noticed it’s more effective that way and you won’t have that “fly away skin particles” problems a lot of reviews are referring to. This is my routine:
1. Wash feet with warm water and liquid Castile soap (or just body wash)
2. Rinse with water and pat dry with a towel.
3. Soak feet in Epson salt until the rough skin on your heels has softened (skip this stage if you are using the tool after shower/ 10 min in the shower would pretty much have the same effect)
4. Use the tool to buff away the outer layer of softened skin
5. Baaaam! New heels. Baby heels.
6. Apply a thin layer of petroleum jelly (or your body lotion) on heels.
7. Wear socks to help the jelly absorb
8. Disinfect the tool and dry it out with a towel or sth
9. Ask your man to follow 1-8 (or 7 depending on your mood)
Things to consider:
~ I haven’t posted a photo, I’m sure you can use your imagination. Trust me it works
~ You can go back and forth with the tool because the grinding edges are both ways.
~ Be gentle in the beginning to get a feel for it.
~ It comes with a cute pouch so no need to worry about guests seeing your “grinder” in the bathroom
~ Don’t waste your money on the electric, fancy looking ones. Since I have purchased this, I barely reach for my “fancy looking” battery operated one
Lemme me know if this was helpful! ¯\_(ツ)_/¯