Does Callous Clear work or is it a ripoff?

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Anonymous Visitor
Callous Clear
If you soak your feet in straight vinegar or vinegar mixed with warm water (at least 20 minutes), your skin just wipes right off. When my foot starts itching, that's what I do & it takes care of the rough skin on my heels plus stops the itching immediately. You don't even need a special tool, just use your fingernails. Then apply any lotion & your feet are very soft.
Anonymous Visitor
Re: Callous Clear
I also use apple cider vinegar. It's acid is 5%. Bottled lemon juice is 2-2.6%. Both cost only a dollar w.the store brands. Vinegar is quicker results, but lemon is a lot nicer. I clean my face with lemon juice 2 times a day with a cottonball - never use soap except in the shower. It turned my face as smooth as baby skin. Also use the lemon juice w/cottonball on my feet each night. It does take a few days when you start, but even your cuticles get eaten away. The acid dissolves DEAD skin cells. Soaking the feet a few times would be a good jumpstart, but after it takes care of the big buildup of dead skin, daily swabbing will keep your feet free of callouses.
Anonymous Visitor
Re: Callous Clear
I agree with this I do it all the time and it is cheap and does the job!
HappyGoNotSoLucky
Callus Clear
Vinegar works great, but after I use the vinegar, I rub in a little Vicks Vapor Rub on the calluses and put on a pair of modified socks (cut off toe part) to sleep in..
Dawn
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God I hope this works!
mCouch
Callus Clear

Thanks for the laugh Cgar! :)
Got my answer from reading this page. No Callous Clear for me. Oh, also I got some good laughs from the comments on callous versus callus.

I thought it was a scam when the "skin" was rolling off on the commercial. Then I really thought it was a scam when I read their "reviews" where almost every "review" referred to it as feeling like a "foot spa." How many people really refer to a pedicure as a foot spa? They don't even deceive well.

When I was a kid my grandmother used a foot soak called (and please excuse my spelling) Charm Pedimer. I am sure it was caustic as all get out and was removed for that reason. But I do remember the skin literally rolling off of her leathery feet. I wish I could get my hands on some of that. Does anyone know what I am talking about. I have attempted numerous internet searches and can't even find a history of it.

Anonymous Visitor
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I remember Charm Pederm and it really worked. I haven't seen it in years
mCouch
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I did finally Charm Pederma, or at least the history of it. It was made in Mississippi. It is no longer made. Someone in TN bought the patten for it but I can not find a way to contact him. I am unsure why it is not being made. There was no real history only a history of owners. What a shame. It seems like anything that works is taken off the market, sometimes for a good reason.
Anonymous Visitor
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yeah, anything good is taken off the market.....like my hydrox cookies....grrrr
Anonymous Visitor
Re: Is Callous Clear a scam or does it work?
I really would like to try Callous Clear, but if it's taking more than two months I'm like the other guy and wait until it hits the store shelves.
Anonymous Visitor
Callous Clear scam

My confusion lies with this:If it's such a rip off, then why has NO ONE reported them to the BBB?

Also how could they still been in business? I thought about trying this but I always research any product that I plan on buying if I've never bought it before.I know some of these companies rip people off and we let them by not reporting them. I reported the Ped Egg company because I used it once and the next morning my feet felt like I'd been walking on hot coals, and this lasted for about 2 weeks. The BBB said that they must receive a certain amount of reports about a company or product before they can take legal action. We should all be able to purchase something and get what was advertised to us. All these companies who false advertise should be reported so that they can be shut down.

Anonymous Visitor
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I don't see where anybody on this page has said that Callous Clear is a rip off. I see reviews that say it doesn't work great and comments that it was never shipped but they weren't charged for it, so I dont see any rip-offs reported.

PS - I have the Ped Egg and it works great as long as you only use it on hard, calloused skin. If you use it to try to grind off soft/live skin, or scrape out your eyeballs or something, that's not Ped Eggs fault.

Anonymous Visitor
Callous Clear review

I waited over two weeks. I am very disappointed with this Callous Clear. It does not work at all.

The only product that really works for me is "Baby Foot".

Anonymous Visitor
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Dumbass, that IS a rip-off. If it doesn't work the way it's advertised and you wasted money on it, it's a rip-off.
Anonymous Visitor
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Could you please let me know where I can get Ped Egg? Thank you!
mCouch
Callous Clear vs Ped Egg
You can get a ped egg from wal mart. But they don't work either. At least it didn't work for me.
hubby
Re: Callous Clear vs Ped Egg

I have and use the Ped Egg and it works great..
it works best on the real thick calluses when dry (ie before going in the shower, not after you get out). Ped Egg is more for hacking off big/thick existing calluses and not really for keeping your feed soft and kissable..

Anonymous Visitor
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The BBB is also a scam. They could give a crap about consumers. They want you to write out a report, then send them the reciepts of purchase. I never send orginals of anything, and I have done that before with something else, and never got a response,and nothing was done. The BBB is like the Human Resource Dept. at any company. They are there for the company, not for you.
Anonymous Visitor
Re: Is Callous Clear a scam or does it work?
Okay, let's think about this. A "callus" is the thickened layer of skin found on feet. The word "callous" means showing no sympathy for others. So, think about it, the company that is scamming all these people is Callousclear. It's almost like truth in advertising. They are basically admitting they have no sympathy for the fact that you need help with your calluses. People are so easily duped!

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