Review: Treat My Feet

Happy Beauty Tuesday!!!

Today I have another review for you. This time for the feet. I received the Treat My Feet Electronic Foot File & Callus Remover free of charge for an honest review. So here we go.

Summer is around the corner and we need to get our feet in shape. For those of us with cold winters, we’ve spent months wearing warm and heavy boots and shoes. After a few months of this, your feet take a beating. But not only that, I work out a lot and the socks horribly dry rub my feet. I’ve been looking for an item that could help me maintain my feet at home. Let’s face it not everyone can afford weekly pedicures. And some people have weird feet issues. So does Treat My Feet work? Let’s find out.

What’s in the box? Let me show you.

Their website claims:

The Treat My Feet Electronic Foot Rasp & Callus Shaver is the perfect pedi tool for feet to clear dead skin, cracked heels, rough heels, and calluses. Convenient at home pedicure without a costly trip to the spa. Fits comfortably in your palm, allowing you to exfoliate every spot on your feet effortlessly. Use the included brush to remove micro pedi skin particles from the unit, then easily detach the pedicure callus remover head and rinse under running water for a quick clean. After a full charge, you won’t need any clumsy cords! Simply pack your callous shaver in your bag and let the safety lock switch take care of the rest!

First impression? Love that it came in a box. To me presentation is key. When I held the machine in my hand it felt solid and of good quality.

Automatically I set it to charge. After a few hours, the red light was still on. Reaching for the instructions, it said that it was going to take 10 hours to fully charge. Once fully charged, it gives you enough juice to use for about half an hour. Ok, cool no big deal. Left it to charge over night, but the red light never changed color. So I left it charging until I got back from the gym that evening and still the red light prevailed. Which leads me to think that the red light is just an indicator that it’s charging and not a notification of when it’s fully charged.

Treat My Feet 4

Moving on to the actual use. I tried it both dry and wet. I did one foot dry and the other wet. And honestly, both worked great. My feet felt super soft and smooth. But I will have to admit I received the best results when I soaked my feet for about 10 minutes in warm water with some foot soak. All the gross feet stuff was softer and easier to file off.

Advice when doing it dry, make sure you do it in the bathroom or a place you don’t mind getting dusty, because dust will happen.

Cleaning was simple and it didn’t take a PhD to figure how to remove the file head. Just simply press the button on the side, pull out, and done. To clean it, I ran the head under hot water and then used a Lysol wipe to disinfect.

Over all I give Treat My Feet 4 Nerd Glasses out of 5. I love this little machine! It works and my feet are currently happy with me. I just wished it didn’t take so long to charge. And that there was an actual battery life indicator.

Get your very own Treat My Feet foot file right here.

Do you have a foot file? Which one do you have and how do you like it? Share with us below or tag us on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.

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  1. Glory Bourdier says:

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