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Foot file

British pronunciation/fʊt faɪl/
American pronunciation/fʊt faɪl/
Foot file

a tool used to file and smooth rough skin on the feet during pedicure or foot care treatments

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What is a "foot file"?

A foot file is a tool designed to remove dry, rough, or calloused skin from the feet. It typically consists of a handle and a rough surface, such as a coarse metal or abrasive material, that effectively exfoliates and smoothens the skin on the soles and heels. By gently rubbing the foot file against the hardened areas, it helps to slough off dead skin cells, revealing softer and smoother skin underneath. The foot file is commonly used during pedicures or as part of a regular foot care routine to maintain healthy and attractive feet.

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