This 'holy grail of foot care' will get your dogs ready for spring — on sale for $8

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A woman's feet with pink nail polish
Experience the ProLinc difference, then put your feet up in the air and point them like you just don't care. (Photo: Getty Images)

With warming weather comes a wardrobe of t-shirts, sundresses, linen pants — and sandals. While occasional pedicures can be a salvation for the dry, rough skin that accumulated over the winter, they can also be costly. And unless you’re regularly sloughing off the dead skin accumulated on your heels, a trip to the salon will only help temporarily. While some at-home remedies like Baby Foot can do the job, they take about a week before your feet start to look better (and in the meantime, your tootsies will look kind of gross, what with all that dead skin peeling off).

If, however, you’re looking for a quick and tres affordable fix, ProLinc’s Fast Acting Callus Eliminator is a great option! The professional formula breaks down tough calluses and removes dry, rough skin on your feet in just minutes. Normally a bottle of this fast-acting wonder costs $23 but it's on sale for $7, a discount of nearly 70 percent.

If you have Amazon Prime, you’ll get free shipping, of course. Not yet a member? No problem. You can sign up for your free 30-day trial here. (And by the way, those without Prime still get free shipping on orders of $25 or more.)

$8 $23 at Amazon

A bottle of ProLinc Callus Eliminator
Call us impressed by this callus-removing wonder gel. (Photo: Amazon)

How it works

First, soak your feet in warm water until the skin is nice and pink. Spread the gel over calluses and relax with it on for three to five minutes. Once the gel has had time to soak in, gently slough off the dead skin with a pumice. Finally, just wash from the ankle down to get rid of any dead skin and debris! Want to top off your self-treatment with some extra moisture? A heel rescue cream will make you feel like you just had a spa day.

What users are saying

Over 3,000 shoppers gave this on-sale treatment a perfect five-star review. “Miracle product. This has transformed my feet," one five-star reviewer wrote. "The lady who does my pedicures asked me what I’ve been using because nothing they used ever worked. I feel confident about my feet again and I am not afraid to show the bottom of my feet.”

"Holy grail of foot care," said another ecstatic user. "I have badly, and regularly, callused feet... After five to seven minutes of soaking in the callus gel, I used the callus file; what I thought was the callus gel congealing on the file turned out to be my calluses coming off. Still not sure if I am impressed or disgusted, but either way, my feet feel and look amazing!!"

“Within one month of working as a new nurse, I developed cracks on my left heel,” one user related. “That was 16 years ago, and I'm still doing battle with them... They also develop thick calluses that are hell to get off and keep off! I applied the ProLinc Callus Eliminator and waited the recommended time before using my new foot file. I soaked my feet again for another 10 minutes or so, and all I can say is ‘Wow!’ My heels are so baby-soft and smooth! This stuff is the real deal, most definitely!”

$8 $23 at Amazon

The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.

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