Thursday, January 7, 2016

Review: Dr. Scholl's DreamWalk Express Pedi Foot Smoother

*Disclosure: I received this product to review for myself. I was not compensated in any other way and all opinions posted here are mine and mine alone. 

It's January and it's cold outside. Which means I'm spending a lot of time sitting in heated rooms, which in turn means I am struggling with dry skin. This is a particularly big problem when it comes to my feet. My poor feet get dry and my heels crack, making it painful to walk. One way to help combat this problem is to keep on top of the situation and make sure that my feet are frequently dealt with. I have a new tool to help me out in between pedicures- the Dr. Scholl's DreamWalk Express Pedi Foot Smoother. Here's a bit about it, from a press release that I received:

  • Creates salon smooth feet in the convenience of your home
  • Light, contoured, handheld personal Electronic Foot Smoother device is easy to use
  • Buffs away rough, dry skin and transforms it into smooth, softer
  • Renewed skin
  • No sharp blades or soaking required
  • Replacement Roller Heads allow for extended product usage

This has been an excellent addition to my at home pedicure equipment. I have found it to be easy to hold and to use and have had no trouble reaching all of the problem areas of my feet with it. As a mom, I like that the on/off switch has a small button in the middle that needs to be pressed to operate it. It's easy for me to figure out, but would probably keep small kids from turning it on. Using this for just a brief period every few days has helped keep my feet smooth and soft, as much as they were when I finished my last spa pedicure! When the weather warms up and my sandals come out again, I know I'm going to be even more happy to have this foot smoother on hand to keep my feet looking pretty. You can find this at CVS, Rite-Aid and Walmart.