I was sent the Scholl Express Pedi* and I think it's worth the investment, it's a lot quicker than a pumice stone to make sure any dead, dry & hard skin is eliminated from the feet. Leaving such a smooth appearance to look and touch. Thankfully I don't suffer from hard skin but I spend a lot of time in water, which isn't good. Therefore I make sure I prevent anything before having to find cures for different ailments.
I make sure my feet are clean before starting, so I will wash over them with a cloth and make sure I clean in between my toes and the soles of my feet before drying them so I can begin to remove any dead skin using the Express Pedi. You don't need to use hard pressure while using the Express Pedi, you need light to medium pressure and gently roll over the problem areas, you'll need to put a towel down because you will see the dust begin to shed (ew!) now if this is all too much to take and your not seeing results as quickly as you'd like you can try foot masks!
Whenever I wash the feet I make sure to keep them soft and moisturised because I still want the new skin to be treated well. So I use either the Tulécos Tonifying Oil that has organic peppermint oil in the ingredients - When I first received this and didn't read the box I thought it was for the face until I went to try it and read before hand - phew! Or The Body Shop Hemp Foot Protector with my moisture socks to soak in a lot of the moisture and have really soft feet in the morning.
How do you keep your feet soft & in good condition?