Occasionally here at Sam I Am, I casually review random products. These things have usually touched my life in a significant manner. Like the time when I couldn’t get enough of Caldrea cleaning products and had to shout it to the world, or when I went on and on about Izze carbonated fruit drinks when I was pregnant and got sick of drinking water. Well, it is now time to talk about my feet.
I love my feet. I think they’re cute. They are my dad’s feet. (One Christmas, I was sitting on the couch next to my dad, looking at our feet that were lounging side by side up on the coffee table. They are identical, except mine are girl-sized and his are boy-sized. It’s true.) But my feet are dry and calloused and have cracked heels. Eww, right? I could soak them in a vat of lotion and it wouldn’t make one bit of difference. I used to have those gel socks that you wear overnight over lotioned feet to soften them while you sleep. Yeah, right. Didn’t work. (Could it have been that my feet are 1000 degrees and I kicked them off while I slept? Maybe…)
Enter the Ped Egg. OhmigodIlovethisproduct. It’s a little ergonomically shaped cheese grater for your calloused dead-skin hobbit feet. Buy one at your local drug store. (Except Rite Aid. I went to two of them and neither had it — only the refills.) I Ped-Egged my feet this evening and you wouldn’t believe the gross shavings that I collected! (Ok, I didn’t really collect them, they collected themselves in the handy! dandy! Ped Egg cover!) It was disgusting. But now I am walking around actually feeling the carpet beneath my newly grated heels. It’s incredible. I never knew carpet could feel so lovely. And we don’t have the world’s plushest carpet, let me tell you.
So, the moral of the story is: if you, too, have hobbit feet, get a Ped Egg today and feel your carpet for the very first time.