Have you ever had a pedicure? They’re really fun. I didn’t experience one until I was 40, and I think I’ve had 4 since then. Evidently though, that’s not often enough. During my most recent one I was enjoying the massaging chair, when the pedicurist(?) looked up at me and asked, Thees your first time?
Well, no, but I haven’t been here in a while.
She pointed to my heel. Theese. Rough. VERY rough. Most people, they come two times month.
Okay, lady. I don’t think I’ll be coming in two times a month, but thanks for your opinion.
So, when I saw EasyFeet Foot Cleaner at CVS — free after extra care bucks no less — I had to pick one up.
Easy Feet: Review
The box looked promising: No more bending to clean your feet! (not that I normally did that anyway) Cleans, exfoliates, and massages! Up to 10,000 bristles! Suction cup bottom grips to any floor! Built-in pumice stone!
My first surprise came when I opened the box: it contained one easy foot. I have two feet. Somehow, I had expected two easy feet. It is called Easy Feet, after all — not Easy Foot. Oh well. I attached the suction cups in my tub and eagerly stepped into the shower. I learned that it was just as well that I had only one Easy Foot, because although it did have suction cups, they tended to slide all over the shower. Two Easy Feet + a shower = water skiing with nothing to hold onto. Only use one!
I’ll admit that the bristles did feel good as I rubbed my foot over them. I squeezed my bath puff full of body wash over the arch of the Easy Feet, and the suds cascaded all over my poor rough feet. Ahh! The pumice stone on the back was a nice touch, but I doubt that it did a lot. When I tried applying my heel with any force to the pumice stone, the Easy F(oo)eet slid all over the tub.
So, while I wouldn’t really compare Easy Feet to true manicure, it’s cheaper, and it’s a little touch of luxury in the shower.
And maybe it could even have other uses. As a mom and teacher, one of my first thoughts on pulling Easy Feet out of the box was, This would make an awesome Little People car wash!
Readers, it did.