Spring Exfoliation! Bliss Diamancel #20 Callus Rasp

5 Mar

I think if I had to choose ONE body part that suffers most from the winter for me, it would definitely be my feet. Hidden away inside sneakers and galoshes, day after day of miles of walking dogs, I slowly forget I even have feet. I go and get pedicures now and then so that if you see my feet from, you know, five feet up, and kinda squint, they look vaguely human female. But closer inspection would tell the true story, and is not advisable.

I have tried pumice stones, the pedi egg, and foot shavers. My main problem is I am lazy and can’t be bothered to remember to take care of my feet every single day. I’m 6′ tall, and six feet is far enough away that my dogs are out of sight, out of mind. When I read that people saw results from the Bliss Diamancel Callus Rasp almost immediately, I thought, Now HERE is a product I can get behind!

I ordered one from Amazon, and sure enough, after one use, I could totally feel the difference. The Diamancel gently buffs your calluses away without using a sharp blade or cheese grater-like apparatus. It’s like an extra-large Revlon nail file for your feet. I still can’t be bothered to lovingly care for my feet every day (as I probably should), but the Diamancel ensures that when they get extra rough, I have a fast, easy, and safe way to smooth out the edges and make them more like feet and less like hooves.

4 Responses to “Spring Exfoliation! Bliss Diamancel #20 Callus Rasp”

  1. Courtney Bayer March 7, 2012 at 8:28 am #

    I will definitely be giving this one a try. It’s already sandal season here, and my feet are grotesque….too grotesque even to use the gift certificate for a pedicure that I have, because I would be embarrassed to let someone else even look at these calluses.
    Now to find humidity proof tinted moisturizer…..

    • katej78 March 7, 2012 at 10:45 am #

      Can’t wait to hear what you think!

  2. Suzanne Marie March 12, 2012 at 10:40 am #

    Thanks for the tip! I used to wear “thongs”…the rubber wedgy ones since I am not 6 feet tall 🙂 and they suck the moisture out of my soles. Then I am left with cracking dry feet. I will give this a try 🙂

    • katej78 March 12, 2012 at 10:46 am #

      Great, I’d love to hear how it works for you!

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