The promise Transform dry, rough and cracked feet with this foot system reported to give you feet 10-times-smoother than you’d achieve with manual buffing.
How it works A smoothing disc made of textured metal sloughs away rough and dry areas; the Wet/Dry Brush uses a combination of long and short filaments to cleanse, exfoliate and buff feet. The kit also comes with a Pedi-Buff cleansing scrub that uses a blend of lactic acid, apricot seed and a trifruit complex to dissolve dead skin, a Pedi-Boost oil that contains lactic and glycolic acid to exfoliate and renew skin and Pedi– Balm fast-absorbing moisturizer with shea butter, honey and apricot oil.
How to use it Start by using the Wet/Dry Buffing Brush Head and Pedi-Buff, followed by an application of the Pedi-Balm every day. Twice weekly, use the PediSmoothing Disc on dry feet, follow with the Wet/Dry Brush and treat with the Pedi-Boost and Pedi-Buff. Clean the brush heads once a week by removing them from the handle and rinsing with warm, soapy water.
The bottom line Here I go again, testing out a product to keep my feet attractive. If we were to have a conversation about this, you’d probably be all, “You must have been a dancer in your youth. Only a trained pro would be so concerned about foot health.” And I’d blush and say, “Oh, you. It’s true, I am preternaturally graceful, but I was never a dancer. I just really like my feet, so I’ll do anything to keep them adorable.” Then I’d start waxing poetic about how revolutionary this system is. The Wet/Dry Brush is amazing for exfoliating dry areas but especially for cleansing skin and restoring it to a healthy appearance. The Smoothing Disc is like a magic eraser on rough and cracked areas. Plus, the Pedi– Balm is seriously the only foot cream I’ve ever used that is effective, and so fast absorbing you don’t risk turning into Bambi on ice immediately after application.
$230 at Sephora, The Bay, Holt Renfrew, Shoppers Drug Mart and select spas.