Easy Feet As Seen On TV

So it has been about three weeks since my Easy Feet Foot Scrubber arrived and I have to say I am pleasantly surprised. If you have read my articles before you know already that I will try anything once, and twice if I like it. I was apprehensive about Easy Feet because I felt that the emphasis in the As Seen On TV commercial was about ridding yourself of dry flaky feet and for this, I’m not sure that this foot scrubber is the best. It does have a nice pumice stone which sits on the heel of the unit but if you really have dry skin issues, then exfoliating only the bottom of your heel will not solve the problem. What I do like about the product is that it is a great way to actually wash your feet. Forget about the massage action mentioned in the ad. It certainly does feel good but it is far from an excellent massage. I think the real value in this scrubber is the fact that you do not have to bend over to wash your feet by hand. Think about it for a moment. How many times have you nearly lost your balance while lifting up your foot to clean the bottom while standing on one leg. I never realized how often I did this until I had my product. I cannot remember ever falling over in the shower but I recall several incidents and near misses over the years. At my age I am not to concerned about falls but consider anyone who is elderly or handicapped. This is probably a major issue under these circumstances and a nice way to add a measure of safety to the tub without having to spend a ton of money on retrofitting the tub. If you have not seen the commercial or have no idea what I am talking about, let me fill you in. Easy Feet looks like a shower sandal but has bristles hanging from the top strap area and protruding from the base. There are suction cups on the bottom so you can stick it on the shower floor, side of the tub or tile walls. You simply slide your foot inside and move it around. There are enough bristles to clean every part of the foot and you will probably get a better clean using it than any other method I can think of. Not only will this clean the foot, it will exfoliate but I wouldn’t go as far as saying it correct foot cracks or keep problem dry skin from occurring. I’m just going to say that this product does a great job of cleaning and provides a measure of safety for those who need it. I might also add that it does seem to be a luxurious accessory for that bath and those who like to pamper themselves might enjoy it for that reason alone.