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Sof Ft Callus Reducer smoothes and softens tough spots This straightforward device, designed by means of a dermatologist, provides you just what you need to cut back calluses and easy away tough hardened pores and skin from the ft. Gently rub the callused area then rinse and observe any one of your favourite foot creams. Caution: No longer recommended for these folks with diabetes or poor circulation.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 7 x 3 x 3 inches ; 0.5 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 3.2 ounces
  • ASIN: B000KPPFL4
  • UPC: 787734631808 793379256641 033586393068 784922580825 787461460658 676928110000
  • Item model number: NA

Customer Reviews

Great for dry heels and soles

15 people found this helpful.
 on March 31, 2013
By MidwestMother
I watched a YouTube video about this product and decided to try it.

Miracle Tool

2 people found this helpful.
 on March 25, 2016
By K. Smith
I can’t say enough good things about this item. It is amazing at changing mistreated feet into soft and smooth well cared for feet. I personally have tried/own everything from the ped egg, the pumice stone to the electronic items none of them work as well or as fast as this. I would recommend this callous reducer to the person that gets weekly pedicures as well as the person that doesn’t look down until it’s flipflop season. Both will love this amazing little tool. I say all of that without even mentioning the super budget friendly price. I bought one for myself and will buy one for my 13 year old barefoot walking son. I even convinced my sister to buy one. By convince I mean she witnessed the miracle between my before and after feet. After that she was convinced this callous remover was magic. (No judgement plz) I did take the advice from another reviewer and bought the 3M 99440 Pro-Pak Drywall Sanding Screens. They look, feel and perform just like the screen that came with the callous remover. The only reason I didn’t give them 5 stars was because it should’ve came with a little robot so you didn’t have to lift a finger – jk. I hate that you end up with a mound of dead skin on the bathroom floor. I wish they would’ve designed a catcher for the skin particles. If it had the skin catcher (aside from the robot) it would’ve been absolutely perfect.

This thing is awesome! It’s a little delicate

4 people found this helpful.
 on May 24, 2015
By Tracyann
This thing is awesome! It’s a little delicate, so be careful. The first one I bought fell from my nightstand to the hardwood floor and broke (after ONE use!!). I was mad, yes indeed I was. But this tool was so awesome that I bought another one. It’s worth it! I bought one for my sister too…It files away and smoothes those crusty dogs like no other. Don’t over do it though. You don’t want to file too much and hurt yourself! And don’t even worry about purchasing replacement screens. Go to Walmart and get the drywall sander stuff. When you go, you will see which one.

The best for my money.

4 people found this helpful.
 on November 15, 2015
By R. J. Peak
This is by far the best callus remover that I have found and I have 5 other types. Electric,battery, Dremel, and another battery style. This beats them all and I showed it to a friend and she loved it so much she had me order 3 more for her family. It is also easy to make your own replacement screens if you are so inclined. 120 grit drywall sanding screen from Home Depot at around $3.00 for 2 sheets which makes 14 separate screens. If you have had trouble with hard dry cracked heels, for my money this is the ticket.

Just WOW!!

2 people found this helpful.
 on March 6, 2016
By Heather
WOW!!! I learned about this device from a YouTube video. I’ve tried a number of devices and creams to help with the very thick (with lots of sharp edges) callouses on my feet but everything I’ve tried involved a lot of work for very little payoff. But THIS device is incredible. Within a few minutes I easily and painlessly scraped away all of the hardened skin from both feet. Then I followed it up with this cream 

Wow….the best one yet!!

4 people found this helpful.
 on March 6, 2014
By Jules
I made it my mission in life to find the best heel smoothing device or product and this one is the best one I’ve tried yet! I have the ped egg and that one takes larger pieces of skin and it’s necessary to use a file to get your heels smooth afterwards so that is a two-step process. I have the Emoji machine and that one takes a new roller every time to see any difference ( at $19 per 2 rollers it gets expensive) and it takes 10 times longer…no, 20 times than this file here!

Foot calluses be gone! Thick ugly nails too. Simply amazing!

 on December 12, 2015
By Sharon Golden
If you hate callused heels that crack and look oh so bad! Did I mention Owe!!! This is the best product to make them a thing of the past. It removes dead skin and files down thick toenails. Even helps with dead skin elsewhere.

No soaking your feet first! It’s easy and wow, it works like a charm!

 on July 15, 2016
By mdc
You use on your dry feet – no soaking to soften the calluses! No bin of water or wet mess. Just kick off your shoes and go! The skin comes off in powder-fine particles leaving a smooth surface. So, you know those callus shavers that produce an embarrassing pile of big, dirty flakes of skin? Or the “cheese grater” which creates smaller flakes? You still have to follow those procedures with a smoothing pumice. Not with this Sof Feet Callus Remover! Read other comments about using medium drywall sanding screen as inexpensive replacement material. I’m off to the hardware store!

Stop looking, this is a commercial grade tool!

 on July 24, 2013
By Tool Guy
As long as I can remember, I’ve had problems with calluses on my heels. I’ve tried all the tools including the PedEgg but found the tools that look like a metal nail file with plastic handle worked best. Unfortunately, they were throw-away items, lasting maybe a year. The metal was thin, they’d bend and I’d bent them flat again. But every single one, eventually, the plastic handle would crack and break. Big problem was that they weren’t Full Tang (metal running the entire length thru the handle end). And it’d take me lots of time filing the calluses with it’s skinny surface area.