During summer my feet suffer… a lot! I used to file the callus away with a foot file. And everytime I was filing away, I thought how nice it would be to have an electric callus remover, but everytime when I was in my drugstore, I simply forgot to buy one… until now 🙂
Yip… I am finally the proud owner of an electric callus remover! I wanted the one from Scholl, but they were sold out… so I settled for the drugstore brand.
I couldn’t wait to try it out, along with the Gehwol foot creme I bought! Today you can read my thoughts on both products.
Kruidvat callus remover
- Price (normal price is 12,95 EUR, but they are often on offer).
- Comes with a finer and a coarser file.
- Extra finer and coarser files can be bought at 6,95 EUR per 2 files.
- Batteries are included.
- Removes the callus effectively and my feet are soft again 🙂
- Very easy to use.
- The device is easily manageable.
- The device feels rather light and cheap.
- The first time I used it, I had to use it for quite a long time and the file got warm. But that was only the first time, other times, I had less callus to remove so it didn’t have to ‘work’ that hard!
Even though the device feels light, it does its work properly. I know the Scholl callus remover is much more solid, but this one will do just fine!
Gehwol foot creme
- Very rich creme which really hydrates my feet.
- After using this creme, my feet are really soft.
- Economic in use.
- This creme is also used by professionals, so I guess that says enough 🙂
- Quite greasy so I only use the creme at night, even though twice a day is recommended.
Even though the Gehwol Callus Creme is a bit on the greasy side, it is very good, actually the best foot creme I have ever used!! I can really recommend this creme for people who have callus or just want soft and hydrated feet.
My feet look so much better now I use these two products… I don’t have to be ashamed anymore when wearing sandals 🙂
Which foot creme do you use? And do you have a callus remover or do you use a foot file? Let me know in the comments!