Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 11
Rated 5 out of 5 by pbandjam Awesome!!!!
I LOVE this stuff! I put on feet AND hands to slough away dead skin. The dead, rough skin literally peels off! Yes, you have to rub for a bit, but then I use a brush to wipe away the excess dead skin, cover with lotion, and your good to go with soft & beautiful feet & hands :-) The best part of this in comparison with a pumice stone, is you can get between the toes. It even works better than lotions with pumice stone. I just love it!
April 24, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by vidono81 Love it!
I read some negative reviews. Yes, it takes a bit of work to get off the dead skin, but that's because it takes years of dead skin to build up into calluses. As a licensed cosmetologist I use this on every pedicure and everybody is amazed at how silky their feet get. Highly recommend this product!
February 21, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by FloridaGirl71 Works just like it says!
This lotion has a nice scent. You put it on your feet after soaking. After my foot soak, I used the Mr. Pumice Callus Terminator along with the Swedish Clover foot file. Then I used the Heel to Toe Peppermint Sloughing Lotion and finished off with the Mango Mend Treatment Balm. This Sloughing lotion you put on like lotion but the longer you rub, you will see dry skin just fall off. It's like magic! It has a nice scent, not over powering at all. I used it all over my feet, including my toes. This product will not disappoint you. I bought the small bottle because I was concerned about how well it would work. Next time, I am getting the larger bottle, without a doubt!
August 11, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Boss Dead Skin BE GONE!
Oh My Gosh! I can't believe how this products works! I just started to do pedicures (and at the right time cause got this as a sale item). I read all the remarks prior to buying & did see the last negative comment which can be a bit discouraging but the other positive comment overcame my decision to get it. (Thank you everyone for your positive comments!). I use this right after I do the soak of the feet (on dry feet works the best - not wet). It goes on like lotion but after a bit it goes away but you will need to continue to "massage" it in & the dry skin will "roll off". I don't only concentrate on the feet but also the calves & shins area. Once your all done, rinse off. This could be an alternative to exfoliating. I am so glad I bought this & will continue to purchase even when it's not on sale!
July 5, 2014