Being a super busy mom of 4 I can’t afford to get my feet pampered and get pedis let alone take the time to go to a salon to get one. I don’t like to wear shoes at all so my feet are really dry, rough, and lots of callused; and much need of some TLC. I have tried lotions, special socks, foot files, and so many more products and nothing worked!
The DreamWalk Express Pedi Foot Smoother was a little intimidating when I first pulled it out of the packaging. It reminded me of an electric shaver a little and that is something that I don’t use on myself. But, the more I studied it, the more I really started to love it! There is no razors, sharp blades or grates; it’s actually a micro-grain roller to get rid of the calluses and dead skin (If the roller is used too much it is replaceable and easy to change). DreamWalk takes 2 AA batteries which are not included and all it takes to operate is an on/off switch. It fits nicely in the palm of my hand and worked great on my feet to smooth out all my yucky imperfections. I was amazed at how well it worked and amazing my feet looked. I haven’t seen them look this good in forever! A week later and they still feel smooth, I can’t stop touching them (lol)!
The only downfall I have of this product is that all the dead skin shavings have nowhere to fall but on the floor or wherever you are doing your feet. There is not sanitary reservoir to hold the skin. I think that is gross. But other than that I love this product. My 4 year old gets upset when I don’t do his feet too. Purchase yours HERE (Affiliate link)
About (taken from website): William Mathias Scholl was born in 1882 in Indiana — the grandson of a cobbler and farmer. His expertise in foot care started as a boy when he borrowed his grandfather’s tools to repair shoes to earn extra money. He went on to earn a medical degree in 1904, and started his own company, Dr. Scholl Inc.
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