The right foot scrubber can feel like a mini foot spa right in the comfort of your own home. Whether you’re prepping your feet for an at-home pedicure or want to remove hard or dry skin, there’s a variety of foot scrubbers for achieving smooth and soft feet. From electronic to pumice stones, here’s how to choose the best one for your needs.
Effective on the Roughest Areas
Features two rollers, including one for extra coarse care.
If hard, painful calluses are your main foot related concern, an electric—and waterproof—remover is your best option. The rollers can really exfoliate at a higher speed than you could manage manually, leaving the trouble area smoother for longer durations.
Gets Rid of Specific Trouble Spots
Features a large yet lightweight design for quick smoothness. Rikans
If you’re looking for a quick but effective way to work on a specific patch of rough or dead skin, sometimes there’s nothing better than doing it yourself. Enter a manual foot scrubbing file that allows you to really pinpoint and hone in on troublesome areas.
Use Daily in the Shower
This is double sided with two levels of coarseness. MARYTON
For pumice stone scrubbing, it’s best to first soak your feet in warm water for 5 to 10 minutes to help soften any hardened skin. To increase moisture, add soap or an oil to the water. And, be sure to soak the pumice stone in warm water first so it’ll easily and safely glide over your skin.