Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Trim Ergo Foot Paddle Review

I recently noticed that my heels had become rather rough. I went to Walmart with the intention of getting a pumice stone, but then I saw this.


The Trim Ergo Foot Paddle. It's much nicer to look at than a pumice stone, with its frosted contoured handle and pink ceramic surfaces.

The paddle has a coarse surface for calluses and a fine surface for smoothing rough skin. The surfaces sparkle a little, like crystal.


After the first time I used it in the shower, the rough peeling skin on the bottom of my heels was gone. I do a quick session with it on my feet each time I shower. My feet get a bit softer each time.

I really like the Trim Ergo Foot Paddle. It's easy to handle, it's nice to look at, and it does its job.

2 comments:

  1. Hi. Thanks for coming by and entering my Miracle Fusions giveaway. You've got a great blog and I'm following you too now. I've had a couple of these paddles and love them, my has finally worn out and I'm having trouble finding a new one. I usually use it every night before bed. Have you ever used the Barielle Foot Cream? It is the best I've ever used. Better than that ever miracle cream for feet. My are the smoothest they've been in years just from using it over the last month. I swear by that stuff!

    Hugs...Tracy :)

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  2. @Tracy Suzanne No, I've never used the Barielle Foot Cream. I'll have to look into that. I've tried a few different foot creams, but none of them have been very effective. Thank you for the tip! :)

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