Easy Feet-A Home Pedicure For The Rest of Us
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Easy Feet-A Home Pedicure For The Rest of Us

This is a product description and review for Easy Feet, a home pedicure kit.

It's spring, so it's time to break out the clothes and shoes we had put aside for just this time of year. Those cute sandals you bought last summer seem to be calling your name, but what about the feet that go into them? When we're wearing shoes all winter that cover our feet completely, we might not think about how they look or how we've taken care of them. Now that they're going to be exposed, we're going to need to make sure our feet are presentable. That is where Easy Feet comes in.

Cleaning and taking care of our feet can involve a lot of bending and stretching, something not all of us can do. I have a problem with my hip, so I needed something to help me clean off the callouses and dry skin that wouldn't require me to bend myself into the shape of a pretzel.  Brushes are fine to clean the bottoms of my feet, but it can be really hard to find tools like a pumice stone or a loofah I can use on the rough spots without having to bend too far.  Salon pedicures are nice, but they can get expensive and I don't have that kind of money to burn! On Amazon, I found something called Easy Feet. Basically it looks like a large blue plastic sandal, with brushes and a pumice stone where the heel would go. There are suction cups on the bottom to make sure it stays in place while you run your feet through it, much like you would run your car through a car wash.  This is perfect for when you're in a stand-up shower or sitting on the edge of your tub. I've used it both ways, but sitting on the edge of the tub with Easy Feet on the bottom works best for me. The instructions say you can even put in on the walls of the tub when you're lying in it, but that didn't work as well for me.  I'm sure I don't have to tell you not to put it on the walls when you're in the shower! Either way, it's easy to situate Easy Feet in the place that is easiest for you.

You don't have to get any particular soap to use; just use any sort of gel or liquid soap you want and pour it through the holes on the top Easy Feet 'strap'. The pumice stone is shaped and situated where so that you can rub your heels over the stone to slough off the dead skin that has accumulated over the winter, as well as any callouses you might have gotten.  I do a lot of work inside the house barefoot on berber carpet, so I have plenty! You can also run the bottoms of your toes over the Easy Feet pumice stone to groom them. Believe me, this has helped a lot in terms of making my feet look and feel better.

I ordered mine online, but you can probably find Easy Feet at a local beauty supply store. At about $10 USD, it was a lot cheaper than getting a pedicure at a salon!  Either way, I highly recommend Easy Feet for anyone, but especially for those of us who have trouble with traditional self-pedicure tools.

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