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Ansr SOLE Callus Remover: Old Soles

Ansr SOLE Callus Remover

When I go for a pedicure, I get the full treatment with the callus removal and everything, but it really just keeps things in check rather than actually removing all of the calluses. Most times I just end up with thorny and rough heels instead. I’ll be honest – I really have thought about using sand paper, the electric kind. When I try to do a proper job myself, my arms get tired and I can’t take as much off as I’d like to. Needless to say, I thought better of the idea and didn’t actually take an electric sander to my feet (can you imagine the trip to the ER, trying to explain the stupidity to the doctor?). This Ansr professional callus remover, made for the feet and not wood, really is the answer to my prayers. It’s definitely more expensive than the average callus remover, but if your calluses bother you the way mine bother me, it’s 100% worth the money.

You still have to use it with caution and maybe even some supervision so you know when to stop (I’m talking about myself, of course). For the first few times, go easy and don’t take everything off. See how you react not just immediately but the next day, and get a feel for what’s right. You don’t want to go too far and feel like you’re walking on fire (we need a little bit of callused protection, after all). The device has a rechargeable battery to make it convenient and portable, so you can use it comfortably and not plugged into a wall. The soft silicon ring around the polishing plate gathers all the debris and collects it in a container to avoid making a gross mess. Make sure to read all the instructions. For instance, you need to soak your feet for 10 minutes before using. Don’t skip that part – it’s best after a bath and it doesn’t hurt to moisturize afterwards, either. This easy process will give you super soft and smooth feet that you’ll feel proud to show off! At Neiman Marcus for $120.



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