My Name Is Snickerdoodle: Corn?

2.06.2012

Corn?

I've only had few pedicures in my life time...and I've purely enjoyed every single one! I don't find them completely relaxing, though, because I am constantly fighting the urge to not jerk my foot because I am so ticklish!

I can't believe that I am actually talking about feet, but let's face it...we all have some sort of issues when it comes to the most unattractive part of our bodies.

I saw this fun tool years ago, but was too chicken to actually do it myself. It's a (brace yourself for a cringey name) callus/corn shaver. Ick, right? Now, I am not claiming to have calluses OR corns (what in the world?), but I do claim to have crusty feet that I purely blame on genetics. No lotions can cure them.


I bought it at Wal-Mart for less than $3 and it totally works. I've gone through a few of them over the past few months (we won't go into that) and I haven't regretted a single penny!

I haven't seen them in other stores, but it's completely worth quicky jaunting into Wal-Mart, grabbing that one item and ever so quickly checking out!

2 comments:

  1. I bought mine at Walgreens. I have terrible calluses on the outside edges of my feet. Do feet have edges? Anyway, I love it. It's my inbetween pedicures quick fix. It looks scary but totally does the trick. Good to know I'm not the only one who uses / needs one of these. :)

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  2. I have genetically dry feet too! I have this tool for years now! I buy refill blades at bed bath and beyond! Cheaper then buying a new tool every time the blade dulls!
    I have tried every single lotion out there! Never once have I made a repeat purchase of any product... UNTIL I found Burt Bees Coconut Foor Cream! This is stuff is AMAZING and I am on my third tube. I won't waste any more money buying products that don't work!

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