Spongeables® Pedi-Scrub™ is the best thing to happen to feet since Manolo! This awesome foot buffer has two sides that accommodate to different needs. One side is soft and gentle, infused with soap and aromatic botanicals to leave feet clean, fresh and sweet smelling. But the other side is where the action is. Made to buff away dry, rough skin on heels and soles, shine up the toenails, and exfoliate dry skin, Pedi-Scrub’s scrubby-texture provides a stimulating massage that revives tired feet and leaves them tingling. The perfect antidote to stiletto pumps!
With the Pedi-Scrub there are two appealing fragrance choices — aromatic Lavender & Tea Tree Oil (pictured above), or revitalizing Citron-Eucalyptus. Both provide a touch of aromatherapy rejuvenation, leaving a hint of clean, herbal freshness on the skin.
Spongeables generously sent me the Lavender & Tea Tree Oil scrubber. I was excited to try this as my feet do take a beating in the heels I wear to work. I love absolutely love lavender, and while the lavender scent was not that noticeable, the scrubber still has a very nice and pleasant smell to it. My feet felt so soft and clean! The Pedi-Scrub guarantees at least 20 uses. I’ve been using mine for over a week now, and the bubbles and cleansing power still seem just as strong.
Buy It: You can purchase Spongeable’s Pedi-Scrub at their online shop or at your local drugstore for the MSR price of $6.99! You can also purchase them on Amazon, such as this three pack for just $14.97.
Win It: One lucky reader will win a Spongeable Pedi-Scrub of their very own! Simply fill out the easy Rafflecopter form below. This giveaway ends on January 27th, 2012, at 11:59 pm EST and is open to residents of the US only. Once a winner is drawn via Rafflecoper, I will contact the winner through email. They will then have 48 hours to respond. If there is no response, I will draw a new winner. Good luck!
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