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Fresh Feet Scrubber is a device that will enable you to wash both feet in your shower without bending down or leaning over. It'll attach to the bottom of any shower, bathtub or tiled bathroom floor with suction cups and remain in place while you use it to scrub each foot. Each device contains soft center bristles to be used to massage the feet as you wash them, along with stiffer outer bristles that will obliterate any dry, flaky skin and dirt from your feet.
The cost of Fresh Feet Scrubber is $19.99 plus $5.99 shipping. The special TV offer allows you to receive a second Fresh Feet Scrubber at the discounted price of only $9.99 for a total price of $35.97.
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Before you use your Fresh Feet Scrubber, you'll have to attach it to the floor of your bathtub or shower with the suction cups on the bottom. If your bathroom floor is tiled, and you just want to wash your feet, you may choose to attach it there. However, with that choice, you might end up with water on your floor. Wherever you choose to attach the scrubbing device, the bristles should always be facing upward.
Once your scrubbing device is firmly attached to a flat surface, slide one foot in and begin moving it up and down (not side to side). Leaving your foot in the center of the scrubber will result in it being cleaned and massaged, but if you want to scrub it a little harder, shift it to either side. This will enable it to access the stiffer bristles. For exfoliation purposes, there's also a pumice stone located at one end of each device, which you can rub your foot side to side on to help smooth out cracked or callused skin.
After you're done exfoliating, washing and massaging one foot, pull it out gently and repeat the entire previous step with your second foot. Unfortunately, even if your feet are small, it isn't a good idea to save yourself time by trying to wash both together.
When you're done treating both of your feet with your Fresh Feet Scrubber, you can either store the scrubber in a safe place or leave it where it is. If you leave it, you won't need to worry about it growing molds and mildews or starting to smell, since each scrubber contains anti-microbial agents that will fight against those things.
Each of these foot-scrubbing tools is bright blue, a cheerful shade that many people tend to like, and one that'll look good with the other objects in most bathrooms.
At a size just a bit shorter and a bit wider than an average-sized foot, the Fresh Feet Scrubber is quite a compact device. As a result, it won't take up much storage space in your bathroom, and it's small enough that you'll be able to fit it in a suitcase or an overnight bag when you're going away. That makes it highly unlikely that you'll have to go a day without clean feet when you're not at home.
This scrubbing tool contains 11, 000 separate bristles that will work on every square inch of the foot that it's treating in order to soften the skin and remove dirt. What's more, the bristles are all thick, so you'll be able to use them to effectively clean out dirt from between your toes, an area that's often missed by washcloths or flimsy scrubbing brushes.
Aside from the suction cups on the bottom of each one, you'll receive a slightly larger suction cup hook with your Fresh Feet Scrubber that you'll be able to use to hang it up. The wall of your bathtub or shower is an ideal place to hang it, but the hook will stick to a variety of surfaces, so you'll have lots of choices.
Using the Fresh Feet Scrubber is a great choice for anyone with foot issues, such as athletes with foot injuries, diabetic people and pregnant women. One of these scrubbers will enable you to take the extra care of your feet that you need to without tiring yourself out. Plus, aside from cleaning your feet all over, it'll rejuvenate them and make them feel good, especially if they've been swollen, stiff or inflamed.
This scrubbing tool actually promotes safety for everyone, even if you aren't currently dealing with any foot issues. The awkward bending and twisting that you'd otherwise have to do in order to fit a smaller washcloth or scrub brush between your toes will be eliminated once you start using this device. Consequently, there will be a dramatically decreased risk that you'll fall as you stand in the shower, or pull a muscle in the bath, regardless of your age or fitness level.
Every Fresh Feet Scrubber you obtain comes with a bottle of soap that contains tea tree oil, an antibacterial agent. Not only will this soap cleanse and soften the skin of your feet, but it'll also help treat minor foot-related disorders such as athlete's foot and eczema. Each bottle of soap is small, but you'll only need a few drops each time you use it to experience positive results.
It's unfortunate that this scrubbing device isn't suitable for the hands, too, since they can become as dirty, dry and callused as the feet for some people. If you were to try and use this device on your hands, though, the bristles might be too rough on them, and you could end up experiencing a bit of pain. Your hands might also be quite red when you finished. It would be helpful if the manufacturers could create an equivalent tool for the hands but with bristles a bit thinner and softer.
The suction cups on this scrubbing tool will be powerful to start with, but no matter how powerful they are, all suction cups start to lose their suctioning ability over time. That means you may enjoy a few slip-free years of using your Fresh Feet Scrubber, only to have it suddenly slip out from underneath you one day. If your suction cups do wear out, you'll have to get an entire new foot-scrubbing device, since you won't be able to add new cups to an existing one.
In relation to the last point, to ensure your own safety, you'll need to check the effectiveness of your scrubber's suction cups on a regular basis. This is especially important if your device is more than a year old. To test them, set up your scrubber tool as usual on your tub or shower floor, and push it gently with just one toe. If that causes it to move, your suction cups might be becoming faulty.
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