Tuesday, June 24, 2014

Influenster Review: PROFOOT Pedi-Rock

I received this product complimentary from Influenster for testing purposes.

This is another product for the feet that I really should not be reviewing, this time because my feet are probably the most ticklish part of my body and even doing a pedicure is a challenge. Oddly, I have tried using pumice stones several times over the past 20+ years that I have been aware of them. I am one of those people who wants to take part in a every beauty ritual I learn of including ones for the feet, but alas, I can never run anything along the bottom or sides of my feet more than once without ending up in hysterics.

For this product I was solely looking to see if I could actually touch it to my feet and not start laughing hysterically.


But first, the packaging and text from it:

Front of PROFOOT Pedi-Rock



#1582
PRoFOOT
Rough, Callused Feet?
Pedi-Rock
Gently removes calluses & dry skin

3x the surface area* for softer feet in 60 seconds!

Easy-grip shape

Squeeze Me!
I’m Soft
Squeeze Me!

PRoFoot
Money Back Guarantee
We Stand By Our Products
Try Us Risk-Free

Silicon Carbide Crystals
Wet
or
Dry
Eliminate Calluses

Back of PROFOOT Pedi-Rock



#1582
PRoFOOT
Easy-grip shape is fast & effective!
Pedi-Rock
Gently removes calluses & dry skin

This unique flexible foot file contours to the shape of your foot for smooth, soft skin in no time! You’ll never go back to your old flat foot file.

Directions
Can be used wet or dry. Rub rough, dry or callused areas until skin is smooth to the touch. Rinse Pedi-Rock after use and allow to air dry.

Warnings
Do not use on broken, irritated, inflamed or infected skin. Do not use if you are diabetic or have poor blood circulation.

©2013 Profoot, Inc.
74 20th St., Brooklyn, NY 11232
www.profootcare.com
Profoot is a registered trademark of Profoot, Inc.
Made in Korea
*vs average foot file

Now on with the review:

It is squishy. The texture is rough and it hurts the palm of my hands when I hold it.

I tried using it dry on the bottoms and sides of my feet and I ended up not being able to stand more than one swipe of it on either foot.

There is also the added problem of the fact that I don’t have dry skin on my feet. Nor do I have any calluses to speak of so I don’t really need a Pedi-Rock, but I really did want to use it.

Perhaps if you skin on your feet is dry and callused, you might be able to use this. But if you have highly ticklish feet and have never been able to use a pumice stone before, this one probably isn’t going to work either.