Heel To Toe (Sally Beauty Supply carries it) makes a really good foot scrub, but honestly I recommend the Tweezerman Foot File. It comes in two different versions, one more abrasive and one less abrasive. They are both double sided, one side is more abrasive to remove the calluses and harder dead skin and the other side is kind of like it's covered in packed sand which makes it great for smoothing your feet. I personally use the foot file and I absolutely love it! It keeps my feet softer than anything that I have ever used before! I like to use it along with foot moisturizers from the Heel To Toe line, especially the Paraffin Super Softening Foot Lotion or the Argan Heel and Foot Treatment. Everyone who I have had use these products has absolutely loved the results that they have gotten from them, so I would definitely give them a try. The Tweezerman Foot File is about $20 (I'm not sure if Sephora sells it, I don't see it on their website, but they might sell it in the store, but Sally Beauty Supply does sell both of them) and the Heel To Toe products are all under $10 a piece.
answered 1 month, 1 week ago
Idk that any foot scrub could do what this or a file can do.
I have used the shavers before. Yep, they're scary, but they work great. The only time I ever had a problem was on the side of a big toe. I caught it wrong and cut deeper than I wanted. You have to be careful when coming up to the edge of a callus. The shavers are made to prevent shaving off very much in one swoop.
Have you thought about trying a foot file? Sephora offers several. I personally have and use one I got from Nordie's. It's made by Gehwol and called Biosana Swiss Foot File. I keep it in the shower and use it just before getting out, maybe once a week.
I also have an Emjoi Micro-Ped, which is a motorized unit that has a spinning grinding roller. It, too, works very well for me. I use this on dry feet.
Just a few ideas for you to think about.