The Skoother is a compact, round device that will remove dry, cracked, or callused skin from your hands, feet, elbows, or knees. It's tough enough to quickly remove the right amount of rough skin, revealing softer, smoother skin underneath, but is gentle enough not to irritate sensitive skin. Each Skoother has a smoothing screen that has small holes just large enough for small particles of skin to pass through, and with each device, you'll get two replacement screens.
Total Cost Breakdown
The cost of Skoother is $10.00 plus $6.95 shipping. The special TV offer allows you to receive a second Skoother by paying the extra shipping fee of $6.95 for a total price of $23.9.
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How It Works
Each Skoother's silicon screen, which acts as an effective micro-dermabrasive, safely removes rough skin bit by bit and layer by layer. As you hold the device, moving it back and forth as it does its work, tiny particles of skin are able to pass through the screen without clogging it and thereby reducing its effectiveness.
This device has been ergonomically designed so it will be the right size for virtually any user to hold in their hand. Being able to hold onto it without difficulty means that you'll be unlikely to drop it on the floor or lose control of it, nicking your skin.
The Skoother is waterproof, so you can use it in the bathtub or the shower without damaging it. When you need to clean it, you'll also be able to simply rinse it off underneath your tap.
- Replacement Screens for Life
Each Skoother comes with a special certificate, which will entitle you to free replacement smoothing screens for the rest of your life.
- May Reduce Embarrassment
If you're embarrassed about your dry, callused skin, and often alter your wardrobe so others won't be able to see it, this'll no longer be a problem for you after you use the Skoother. It'll make short work of any unsightly, rough skin on your elbows, knees, hands, or feet, so you'll be able to wear short sleeves, short skirts, and foot-baring shoes without discomfort.
- Ideal for Dry Winters
In winter, skin tends to dry out in the cold, but you can remedy your skin's dryness by using this device on the affected areas.
- Smooths Hardworking Hands
Those of you whose occupation requires work with the hands likely get calluses frequently, but your Skoother will remove these so your hands'll be nice and smooth when you need to extend one to someone.
- Promotes Younger Look
If you've noticed that your skin is looking aged, you'll be pleased with the fact that this device will make it look younger by smoothing it out and revealing softer layers.
- Could Make a Mess
While the small holes in each smoothing screen will stop your device from getting clogged, a downside to having these is that some particles will fall out of the Skoother as you use it. If you don't use the device in the bath or shower, or put a wastebasket underneath you as you exfoliate, these particles may end up all over the floor.
- Metal Foot File
The blades of a metal foot file are much sharper than the smoothing screen of the Skoother, so if your hand slips, they can cause much more damage ( likely, in the form of a cut ).
- Pumice Stone
A pumice stone is more difficult to hold than the Skoother, due to its hardness, and one of these can hurt as it rubs against your skin, too.
- Emery Board
Emery boards are normally less effective than the alternatives, since their faces get clogged with skin particles so easily.
- Battery-operated Sanders
Small, battery-operated devices will sand rough, dry skin off your hands and feet quite painlessly, but since the handle is often far from the blade, these can be hard to control. Hence, you may spend longer removing skin with one of these than you would otherwise.