‘My feet are soft for the first time in years!’: Amazon shoppers swear by this $8 foot file

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When it comes to feet, chances are yours have looked better (sorry, just saying). If being at home and away from the salons means you’re in need of a tool that helps safely remove calluses and makes your feet feel soft, then you’re in luck.

This foot callus remover from Amazon has thousands of positive reviews and can give you salon-worthy feet within a matter of minutes.

Shop: Colossal Foot Rasp Foot File and Callus Remover, $8.79

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After only one use, your dry, cracked heels will feel as smooth as Beyoncé’s skin. The paddle handle makes it very easy to hold and the file can be used on both dry and wet feet.

If you don’t believe us, the proof is in the reviews. This foot file has a collective 4.7-star rating on Amazon. One customer, who said that they “basically have hooves for heels,” calls the foot file the “holy grail of extraneous foot skin removal.” If that’s not a top-tier review, we don’t know what is.

The high-quality stainless steel surface works instantly to shave off layers of tough calluses and dry skin. And with ratings this high, can you even question how effective it is? Grab it now and achieve salon-worthy feet from the comfort of your own home.

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