Superdrug Travel FootFile Reviews
Product Type: Superdrug Leg & Foot Care
Description:Brand: Superdrug / Type: Foot Care Accessory
Newest Review: ... and regularly give my mam and sister a pedicure so a foot file is a no 1 needed tool within the kit. This foot file is £1.99 ... more
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Superdrug Travel Footfile
Last Update 15.03.2014 16:38
by - written on 18/02/14 (Useful, 2 readings)
Honestly I don't think I will ever buy another brand for a foot file apart from the Body Shop one. As mentioned in my body shop review I have tried many foot files as I like to take care of my feet and regularly give my mam and sister a pedicure so a foot file is a no 1 needed tool within the kit. This foot file is £1.99 to buy from Superdrug. The handle is plastic with a normal sized head with what you could call sandpaper attached - at first I did like this foot file but it was just like the rest - I found my self-filing for ages and it just took too long. When using it, it felt like the plastic handle was going to snap which isn't so good? For £1.99 you get what you .. Read the complete review
by - written on 19/06/13 (Very useful, 45 readings)
I got my feet in great condition last year - soft skin and heels included, thanks to regular moisturising and filing. I was ready for the flip flop season, but we all know what happened with that! I neglected my feet a bit over the winter, until I felt I had let all my previous efforts go to waste. I decided to get back into a caring routine but was hampered by the fact my previous foot file was worn out and the fact I had stood on my tube of foot cream and squirted it all over the floor. I rushed into Superdrug on a lunch break and picked up the first file I could see, plus a moisturising cream. It turned out I had bought a Superdrug Travel Foot File, the subject of ... Read the complete review
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