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Has summer left you with dry, callused feet?
While occasional pedicures can help, they can be costly—and unless you’re regularly sloughing off the dead skin accumulated on your heels, a trip to the salon will only help temporarily. While other at-home remedies can work well, it can take a full week before your feet look better (plus your tootsies will look much worse before they’re presentable again).
If you want a quick and affordable fix, ProLinc’s Fast Acting Callus Eliminator is a great option. The $8 professional formula breaks down tough calluses and removes dry, rough skin on your feet in just minutes.
How it works
First, soak your feet in warm water until the skin is nice and pink. Spread the gel over calluses and keep it on the skin for three to five minutes. When time’s up and the gel has soaked in, gently slough off dead skin with a pumice. Finally, wash from the ankle down to get rid of any dead skin and debris.
What users are saying
More than 2,300 reviewers have raved about how effective and quick this serum is, while over 72 percent of reviewers have given it 4.4 stars or more!
One five-star reviewer wrote: “Miracle product. This has transformed my feet. The lady who does my pedicures asked me what I’ve been using because nothing they used ever worked. I feel confident about my feet again and I am not afraid to show the bottom of my feet.”
“The holy grail of foot care! I have badly, and regularly, callused feet. I live in bare feet in my house, and we have mostly hardwood floors; in addition, we are avid, regular campers... so my feet are nasty on a weekly basis,” shared a delighted shopper. “I go to get pedicures fairly regularly, and realized I could do some of this care at home. My pedicure esthetician uses the callus gel and file on my feet, and I am always impressed AND disgusted by the skin that comes off my feet. Well, my at-home treatment did not disappoint, either! I soaked my feet for 15 to 20 minutes in hot water with epsom salts, then liberally applied the callus gel to my feet. After 5 to 7 minutes of soaking in the callus gel, I used the callus file; what I thought was the callus gel congealing on the file turned out to be my calluses coming off. Still not sure if I am impressed or disgusted, but either way, my feet feel and look amazing!!”
The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.
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