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Look Ma — No More Bending!

Saturday, June 30th, 2012

Seems like things might be going downhill if you need this thing. But if you do, I suppose it’s a good option. After all, how often in life are you presented with the question – should I not bend, and let my feet stay dirty, or do I bend and wash my feet? Never again though – here comes EasyFeet to save the day – now you can wash your feet without bending!

With eye catching packaging, this product practically begs – buy me, you need me, you want me! Sporting an easy-on-the-eyes color scheme of bright green, white and light blue, the box lures its prey to the point of decision.

Good thing there was a little note in the upper left corner – “New!” This a relief to find out it’s new. Otherwise I’d blame myself for being out of touch if I’d somehow missed such a life-changing product had it been on the market for a while already. As it is, credit me with being on cusp of the wave for personal care product innovation! Yay for me!

The most prominent copy just about says it all – No More Bending to Clean Your Feet! Can I have an amen? Just when I thought I’d have to ignore my feet forever, all for the lack of bending, here comes EasyFeet to save the day. There’s more though, according to the copy. EasyFeet also exfoliates – “it smooths heels with pumice stone.” I’d worry though, if a person’s heels hadn’t been “smoothed” for a while – remember we can’t bend – is there only so much a pumice stone can do!

Good thing it has built-in ‘suction cups’ so as to be ‘secure in any tub or shower.’ I say good choice, because, anyone stupid enough to buy… uh, err, I mean, the ‘target audience’ might otherwise be tempted to double-duty these things as street wear.

What more can be said in praise of EasyFeet? Nothing. Tune in next time though when I review another godsend for the modern consumer. You can bet I’ll have a lot to say about ArmlessBrush –for those who, still want to brush their teeth, but can’t seem to muster the energy to bend at the elbow.