Spongeables Pedi-Scrub™ Foot Buffers are available in both Lavender – Tea Tree Oil Aromatherapy and Citron-Eucalyptus Aromatherapy. Both buffers are made with glycerin, olive oil, and Shea butter. Then, depending on which version you have, either Tea Tree oil or Eucalyptus Extract, amongst other ingredients.
I received the Citron-Eucalyptus Aromatherapy version. It was a delight for my senses. The Eucalyptus really enlivened the experience. I wet my feet and set about using my Pedi-Scrub™. The amount of lather that was created is unreal. This foot buffer truly is a foot spa. I really appreciated the design of the Pedi-Scrub™ too as my fingers were able to easily grasp it and keep ahold of it, despite all the luxurious lather. I first used the soft side to cleanse and soothe. Next I flipped the buffer over to the more rough side and really went to work on my heels. This scruffy-textured side is for massaging and exfoliating the rough and tough skin of your feet. My poor heels are in constant need of help. Yes I lotion. Yes I pumice. No, nothing seems to help, perhaps until now.
While my heel may appear far from healed (chuckle, I did), I applied lotion right away and covered my feet with a pair of socks. I continue to use my Spongeables Pedi-Scrub™ and as I do, I continue to see improvement.
In addition to the Pedi-Scrubs™, Spongeables also offers a full line of what they refer to as “shower gel in a sponge.” Their shower sponges come in a variety of scents, are available in travel sizes, are available in a just-for-men version, and even Fido can have his own Spongeables.
To become a Spongeables insider and be amongst the first to know about new scents, colors, and products, please visit their Surprises & Rewards page. Please visit Spongeables’ website to see all they have to offer, including a Surprise Box. This box carries a value of $50 or more and sells for just $24.99 plus shipping. I think I know what I’m getting for birthday presents this year. You can also find Spongeables on Twitter and Facebook.
I think it may be time to treat your feet. I know I’m glad I did.