If you’re looking for a way to get your feet cleaner, you may want to try a foot massager and scrubber that goes right on the floor of the shower. They help clean your feet more thoroughly, and since the bristles reach in between toes, they can prevent bacteria buildup, which can cause foul odors and even more serious issues like athlete’s foot. They can also help improve circulation as you move your feet back and forth. And on top of all that, they’re especially ideal if it’s hard for you to bend over to reach your feet. Ahead, find a brief roundup of our favorite shower foot scrubbers and cleaners on the market that’ll help turn your bathroom into your own personal spa.
1. Love, Lori Shower Foot Massager & Cleaner
This model features hundreds of soft, flexible PVC scrubbing bristles and a nonslip rubber bottom that grips the shower floor securely.
Pros: This one comes in four colors to choose from.
Cons: Some may prefer that it were bigger.
2. GuanZo Foot Massager & Cleaner
This option is similar to the previous one in that its made of PVC and has suction cups on the bottom with a large surface area to comfortably accommodate both feet.
Pros: It's also offered in four vibrant colors. Plus, it comes with an adhesive hook to make it easy to hang up when it's not in use.
Cons: Some may find it has a strong smell.
3. Footmate System Foot Massager & Scrubber
Made to clean, soothe and stimulate skin, the package comes with a foot scrub features gentle inner fiber brush to massage soles and stiffer outer bristles to smooth rough skin. and stimulate circulation
Pros: It can be used in the bathtub or shower and includes an anti-mildew retrieval rope and suction cups for added safety. On top of all that it comes with a 7.5-ounce bottle of rejuvenating gel, made with bacteria-fighting tea tree oil and aloe to nourish skin. According to the brand, the product is endorsed by the The American College Of Foot & Ankle Orthopedics & Medicine.
Cons: Some may find the bristles to be a bit hard.
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