Saturday, February 28, 2015

Beauteefy Callus Remover Review #beauteefy

Electronic Callus Remover: Battery Powered, Super Smooth!

Beauteefy Callus Remover

Summer will be here sooner than you know. Along with the warm weather of summer comes the sandals and open shoes. Oma has always suffered from callus and rough heels. The Beauteefy Callus Remover uses a premium, mineral roller together with a high powered motor to achieve faster, more effective skin removal compared with others on the market.

Oma found that it helps you achieve soft and smooth skin by gently and effectively removes calluses, as well as dead and rough skin quickly. It demonstrated to be safe and easy to use.

This product is durable and designed to last longer than other brands. It comes with two rollers, charger, and cleaning brush.

Product Description

    Beauteefy Callus Remover
  • MINERAL ROLER; long lasting surface to effortlessly remove the toughest skin. Makes light work of the hardest skin in seconds.
  • 8000 RPM MOTOR; easily and powerfully remove deep callouses and dead skin for smooth, healthy feet. high powered motor to achieve faster, more effective skin removal compared with others on the market.
  • WATER RESISTANT; water resistant body for safe use and easy cleaning. It can be easily disassembled for cleaning using the cleaning brush (included in the pack)
  • SAVE TIME: you do not need to wait in line for a pedicure at the beauty salon. CONSERVE MONEY, get better results and maximize time for those things you love
  • CLEANING BRUSH; complete with a cleaning brush allowing you to keep the remover clean and long lasting. Comes with a no questions asked money-back guarantee. Click the Orange button to Order Now!

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