Genie Feet is an exfoliating, moisturizing cream that's primarily been made for use on the feet, but is deemed to be suitable for use on the legs, arms, and hands, too. The idea is that when you apply this cream to a patch of rough, dry, cracked, or callused skin, the cream will remove this flawed skin in seconds and reveal smoother skin underneath. This rub-on solution is available in sets of two bottles, and it's claimed that with each application, it'll give off a fresh scent.
The cost of Genie Feet is $14.99 plus $6.99 shipping. The special TV offer allows you to receive a second Genie Feet at the discounted price of only $6.99 for a total price of $28.97.
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To get started with Genie Feet, squirt out a small amount of the solution onto your fingertips. Following that, rub this amount into an area of skin that you want to treat, such as a heel with cracked skin or a callus on your big toe.
Once you've rubbed your Genie Feet solution into your chosen area of skin for about 30 seconds to a minute, grab a dry cloth and wipe the area with it. If you look at the cloth afterward, you should notice that at least some of the flawed skin from the area you treated has flaked off onto the fabric. To get even more of this unhealthy skin, there's nothing wrong with repeating the first and second steps again.
After you're done treating a particular patch of skin, rinse any excess cream off that area by wiping it with a damp cloth or holding it under one of your taps.
If there are other areas of flawed skin on your arms, legs, hands, or feet that you want to treat with this cream, you'll need to repeat the entire treatment process again. Regardless of how many areas you work on, remember to store your cream in a cool, dry place when you're finished with it for the day.
This cream can moisturize and exfoliate the skin so effectively since it contains 14 botanical extracts, including lavender extract, aloe leaf extract, and a few different types of amino acids. Moreover, due to its gentle, water-based formula that's suitable for all skin types, it can transfer these extracts to your skin and allow them to do their work without causing you any pain. The exfoliating and moisturizing work they do will involve nothing that resembles the scraping and grinding you'd need to undertake when using a pumice stone or a battery-operated exfoliation tool.
Genie Feet has a fresh scent, instead of a medicinal smell or a strong, artificial fruity or floral fragrance. Many people enjoy fresh smells, but even if this isn't your favorite fragrance ever, you probably won't find it so overpowering that you want to hold your nose.
Aside from not being associated with an overpowering odor, this cream also doesn't contain any chemicals. Therefore, you won't have to worry about ending up with a skin rash or any other type of allergic reaction that certain chemicals can bring about, such as a headache or watering eyes.
Some skin creams have been designed with just women in mind, or they've been engineered to suit only aging skin, but this one is suitable for use by men and women of all ages. As a result, you'll be able to share your set with all the other members of your household, if you'd like, or pass one bottle in your set of two onto another person.
Regardless of your age or gender, if you've got dry, rough or callused feet, you may be embarrassed to wear a pair of sandals out in public. Once you're able to treat your unhealthy skin with your Genie Feet cream, though, you'll be able to get those sport slides or strappy heels out and put them on without feeling insecure. That means you won't be stuck wearing sneakers or boots in warm weather while everyone around you is cooling their feet off with open-toed footwear.
Another footwear-related problem that can come with dry, rough skin is the fact that this type of scaly skin can actually tear a sock or a pair of pantyhose. Fortunately, this cream will cause virtually all of your dry skin to ball itself up and get wiped away, so the chances that you'll need to replace a torn sock will be much lower.
Not all dry, callused skin is painful, but sometimes it can be, especially if a callus is large and thick and has been brought on by occupational or athletic activity. If you're in pain due to unhealthy skin, Genie Feet will likely be able to help you by eliminating the skin layers that are provoking that pain. Once those layers fall away and the healthy skin underneath is revealed, you should feel much more comfortable as you go through your daily activities.
With each set of two bottles of this cream, you'll also receive a set of light blue aloe-infused socks that will only enhance your moisturizing routine. Aloe is a moisturizing agent, so if you put these socks on and walk around in them for a while, your feet will soak up the aloe and thereby undergo a passive moisturization treatment.
A cloth is not included with each bottle of Genie Feet, but you'll need a dry cloth to complete the exfoliation process, which means you'll need to supply your own. You can also use a bathroom towel, but similarly, you'll need to delve into your own independent supply. Plus, you'll have to be careful that the dead skin you remove from your body isn't transferred from your cloth or towel onto your floor, or you'll have a mess to deal with.
Without a cream like Genie Feet, if you don't want to use a pumice stone or battery-operated tool, you might have to go to a salon to have your dry or otherwise unhealthy skin treated. Your appointment may take you more than an hour, especially if you include your travel time and any time spent sitting in the waiting room. However, if you choose to use this botanical exfoliating cream at home instead, you may be able to treat all the unhealthy patches of skin on your arms, legs, feet, and hands in several minutes.
Genie Feet isn't meant to be used on the face, even if the skin on your face is dry. The type of skin people have on their faces is more delicate than that on their hands, feet, arms, and legs, so you could actually damage your facial skin by using this cream on it.
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The only thing that comes off your feet is the balls made of the cream you apply to your feet. There must be some kind of silicone in the cream that forms into flaky pieces that make you think it’s the skin from your feet. No skin comes off and your feet are smooth for about a minute. This is a big scam. Do not waste your money.
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The entire order will cost you $31 - shipping is a nightmare (you have no idea when you will receive) customer service rude - better be damn good when and if it ever gets here.
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