May 17, 2011

Sand Paper or Grindstone??

My sister Tara always told me this story (or stories rather) about how when she was in High School, she and her group of friends, which included my now sister-in-law Staci, would always compare their feet and hands and vote on who had the best and worst looking/feeling of all. I think Tara either got last place on both, or close to last place. And I think Staci always got first place on both, or close to first. We Henry girls can't help it though, we just have rough hands and feet. Dallin has often commented on how my feet are comparable to sand paper or a grindstone. Awesome. Don't hold back, honey! Tell me how you really feel!

Anyhow. My sister-in-law, Andrea recommended that I use a pumice stone every time I am in the shower, so I headed down to my local Sally's Beauty Supply and came home with this...


The whole shebang cost less than $5 bucks and my feet are amazing now. I wish I had taken a before and after picture, but really? Who wants to see my feet? No one. The trick is that little container on the right. You put that stuff on your feet, slip on a pair of socks and let it do the magic. You will have sandal-ready feet in no time, my friends. Dallin has commented on how he misses being able to rub his legs on my heels in bed so he can get rid of his itches... but other than that, no complaints! (I think he would rather me not have "grindstone" heels than be able to scratch his legs, but then again, what do I know!) Either way, hurry down to your local Sally's and spend the best $3-$4 you will ever spend. You can thank me later.

Pumi Bar By Mr. Pumice PURPLE (Coarse)
Heel to Toe Spa Pedicure Collection "Feels Like New" Foot Softener

2 comments:

ray-ray says said...

"Dallin has commented on how he misses being able to rub his legs on my heels in bed so he can get rid of his itches..."

I laughed out loud. I really did.

Lisa said...

Okay, my feet are looking terrible these days.

Off to Sally's (tomorrow...)