We all want our feet to look nice and soft. But pedicures can break the bank.
Callous Clear is supposed to make your feet feel smooth in just minutes. But will it work?
Let me try it before you buy it.
The claim is the Callous Clear is a miracle callous removing system that gives you spa perfect feet, right at home.
If you watch the infomercial, the work that the callous clear does within 10 minutes seems very impressive.
The instructions are simple.
Peel back the tape on the foot patch and apply about a fourth of the softener gel to the middle of the patch.
Next you put the self-sticking foot patch on the calloused area of your foot and that's it.
Wait ten minutes, take off the patch and use the scraper to remove the callous.
The only problem is the scraper didn't scrape away anything … nothing even close to what it shows on the infomercial.
So we tried it again and let the patch stay on for another ten minutes.
Again, we got the same results. The Callous Clear didn't seem to make a difference at all.
So I guess it's not so much of a miracle.
The callous clear cost $16.99 including shipping and tax and I have to say I wasn't impressed with the ordering process.
The page didn't show that the order was confirmed, so I ended getting two since I wasn't sure if the first order went through.
And now I have two items that don't work.
The Callous Clear definitely didn't live up to its claim so I give it a thumbs down.
A better option, try the
PedEgg. We've had really good results with it. In fact, I've been using it for more than a year and it still is doing a good job at making my feet smooth. It doesn't do a good job of keeping the shavings inside of the egg, but I'm still happy with what it does for my feet.