Friday, January 20, 2012

Spongeables Pedi Scrub Review & Giveaway

Spongeables® Pedi-Scrub™ is the best thing to happen to feet since Manolo. One side is soft and gentle, infused with soap and aromatic botanicals to leave feet clean, fresh and sweet smelling. But the other side is where the action is. It’s pure bliss.  Made to buff away dry, rough skin on heels and soles, shine up the toenails, and exfoliate dry skin, Pedi-Scrub’s scrubby-texture provides a stimulating massage that revives tired feet and leaves them tingling. The perfect antidote to stiletto pumps!

Two appealing fragrance choices -- aromatic Lavender & Tea Tree Oil (pink Pedi-Scrub™), or revitalizing Citron-Eucalyptus (green Pedi-Scrub™), provide a touch of aromatherapy rejuvenation, leaving a hint of clean, herbal freshness on the skin. Pedi-Scrubs™ are available at drug, discount and chain stores around the world (MSR $6.99) or visit the website at www.spongeables.com


The pedi scrub is an amazing product that will cleanse, exfoliate, massage, and moisturize your feet. The lavendar smell is not too powerful, but smells amazing nonetheless. I make sure to use it before I paint my toes. It does a really great job at cleansing and exfoliation. Pedi-Scrub gurantees at least 20 uses. 


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Win It: One lucky reader will win a Spongeable Pedi-Scrub of their very own! Just fill out the Rafflecopter form below. This giveaway ends on January 27th, 2012, at 11:59 pm EST and is open to residents of the US only. Once a winner is drawn via Rafflecoper, I will contact the winner through email. They will then have 48 hours to respond. If there is no response, I will draw a new winner. Good luck!
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I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.



2 comments:

chamadi09911118076 said...

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FebruaryGril said...

Great review! I never thought to use it for my feet! And I'm from Epsom in England where the salts originate from! Haha! :)
FebGirl
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