People say this $16 tool ‘completely healed’ their cracked heels


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While many of us have adjusted to spending more time at home, we’ve had to come up with creative ways for self-care and our usual spa days.

Although getting a pedicure or foot scrub may not be possible right now, there is one best-selling tool that many shoppers say have helped them achieve smooth feet. Some have even claimed that it’s ‘completely healed’ their dry and cracked heels.

Available for just under $16, Rikans’ Colossal Foot File and Callus Remover has over 9,500 ratings and 4.7 stars on Amazon. Made out of surgical-grade stainless steel, it can efficiently remove any skin build-up and shave off calluses. It’s basically like having a spa pedicure right in the comfort of your humble abode.

Shop: Rikans Colossal Foot File and Callus Remover, $15.95

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Lightweight and easy to maneuver, this nifty item can be used on either wet or dry skin. The best part is if you aren’t fully satisfied with your purchase, it has a 30-day money-back guarantee.

“Not only did it work, but it REALLY worked! I could not believe how this foot file does its job in getting through the dry, dead and callused skin,” wrote one five-star reviewer.

Another wrote, “Let’s be honest — pedicures can be expensive. This tool gives you the ability of [having] the same beautiful heels at home so you can save some money.”

It’s important to note that this tool can be harsh, so you’ll want to avoid scraping too heavily to avoid any cuts or bleeding. Some shoppers have also mentioned that it’s pretty large in size compared to others. After using the remover, it’s essential to moisturize your feet.

“This is very effective, better than any foot file I have ever had from pharmacy, but beware, it is huge! Literally, you could use this for a food grater,” mentioned one purchaser.

So whether you want to finally get rid of that pesky, dried skin on your feet or treat yourself to an at-home spa pedicure, this tool can successfully help you accomplish both.

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