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Reviewed in Canada on October 9, 2021
I have been to the podologist multiple times since the start of the pandemic. I think the whole work from home and less hours in closed shoes situation may have helped my feet getting drier but that's just a guess.
The sessions at the podologist do work however you need to go back every 2 months or so even though I cream my feet with the expensive cream sold by the professional.
I also got an electric filer, "miraculous " feet masks.. etc
Honestly nothing comes close to this cheap basic tool. It works immediately and the results are just as good as the 60$ session, however this time I remain consistent with my maintenance since I use it once a week in the shower. I cream my feet with vaseline and put on socks before going to bed. That's all you need !
Do not hesistate to treat your feet with this handy little tool. Hope this review was helpful, if you think it is, please clic on helpful 👍
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5.0 out of 5 stars A treat for the feet
By Unicorn on October 9, 2021
I have been to the podologist multiple times since the start of the pandemic. I think the whole work from home and less hours in closed shoes situation may have helped my feet getting drier but that's just a guess.
The sessions at the podologist do work however you need to go back every 2 months or so even though I cream my feet with the expensive cream sold by the professional.
I also got an electric filer, "miraculous " feet masks.. etc
Honestly nothing comes close to this cheap basic tool. It works immediately and the results are just as good as the 60$ session, however this time I remain consistent with my maintenance since I use it once a week in the shower. I cream my feet with vaseline and put on socks before going to bed. That's all you need !
Do not hesistate to treat your feet with this handy little tool. Hope this review was helpful, if you think it is, please clic on helpful 👍
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