As the weather gets warmer, you are going to want to kick off those boots and get your feet into some sandals. It is embarrassing to show off feet with dry, cracked skin however. Lotions and creams are sometimes not enough! You must exfoliate all of those dead layers of skin, and sometime that isn’t as easy as it sounds. Thankfully, I have discovered ButterFeet Shower Foot Spa.
World’s first shower based foot exfoliator!
ButterFeet Foot Skin Exfoliator
My feet always get scratchy and rough, especially in the winter months when they are hibernating. Thankfully, with the new ButterFeet Shower Foot Spa – the world’s first hands-free motorized shower foot exfoliator – I can acheive buttery smooth feet (and extra pampering in the shower too!)
Here’s how it works: As you shower, your feet are gently massaged without the straining or bending required of handheld tools. Simply touch each foot to the rotating device on the tub or shower floor. The exfoliator’s surface has an abrasive diamond texture to break down hard calluses and dead skin on the soles. The spinning edge has a finer grit like a pumice stone for gently treating the sides of the foot.
With each use your feet will feel revitalized, soft and smooth as butter! An extra benefit: no mess – the dead skin simply washes down the drain. The ButterFeet Shower Foot Spa has a water-resistant construction and non-slip base for use in the shower or out, and a powerful, high speed motor. The power button is easily operated with a toe.
I always place my ButterFeet unit in the shower and attach it securely to the floor of my shower (with the sticky tabs that are on the bottom of it.) I take my shower as normal, and then I lather up my feet with my foot scrub. Next, I gently place my foot onto the spinning surface of the ButterFeet Shower Spa, and let it massage the bottoms and the sides of my feet. I am amazed at how soft and polished my feet get. They are as soft and smooth as a baby’s feet!
Here’s a demo video:
Availlable online at https://butterfeet.net.
*Product received. All opinions are my own.