How do you clean your feet? You can't stretch and you can't reach. Keeping your tired feet looking young is such a chore, but not any more. The makers of Easy Feet promise to change how you bathe forever. Easy Feet's unique design not only cleans your feet, but also massages and gently exfoliates, and eliminates dirt and most importantly easy feet cleans in between your toes. The product has a thousand massaging bristles and a pumice stone that promises to get rid of dry skin, we took it by the Nou Veau day Spa and put it to the test.
Nou Veau Day Spa Cosmetologist Jennifer Quintero thought the product looked like something people would really use. "It's kind of like a car wash for your feet," says Quintero. It helps with the worry of slipping and falling. "If that doesn't suction properly and they go to put their feet in there and it could really be a safety issue," says Quintero.
Jennifer was ready to give it a scrub, her first order of business was a foot inspection. "You've got some dry skin here some rough patches on your heel, so the pumice stone will be really good for that, a little calluses there but other than that it's in pretty good shape," says Quintero. Next up she added water and soap. "Move your foot back and forth there, and there's a pumice stone on here that's gonna be good for that rough skin on your heels," says Quintero. Her client Elaine Martin wasn't impressed. "It was a little awkward, putting the foot in and I didn't really feel like it was doing much of anything," says Martin.
The second foot inspection post Easy Feet did have results. "It feels a little softer than it was before. I don't think it's enough grittiness there to really get into that dry skin and get that off there," says Quintero. But what about all those toe-cleaning bristles and the refreshing massage? "I don't think the massage action is really what they're looking for it's not gonna be relaxing for them. There was a lot of bristles, but to a lot of people that may actually not feel good going in between their toes that may be too rough," says Quintero.
In your opinion is this a deal or a dud? "A dud," says Quintero.
We paid $10 dollars for Easy Feet.