Spongelle Pedi Buffer ($16; spongelle.com; anthropologie.com) is a two way, foaming foot buffer infused with arnica, sea kelp and peppermint extracts. It comes in two fragrances, Mandarin Mint and Beach Grass. Mandarin Mint is a fresh, zesty scent that leaves feet feeling tingly and smooth. To use the buffer, I just run it a little under water and buff onto the dry areas of my feet using the coarse side. To finish off, I use the softer side which buffs away any dry skin and leaves feet feeling smoother. It is quite a gentle buffer that foams up very well. If you tend to have strong calluses or extremely dry heels, it may not be a cure all, but it is more like a foot scrub that does a little more than just scrubbing. The sponge dries fairly quickly, but I do wish it came with a provision to hang dry since storing it on a flat surface wouldn’t completely get rid of the wetness which doesn’t seem very hygienic to me. That apart, I really like the Spongelle Pedi Buffer for quick buffing or when my feet aren’t too dry and don’t really need a heavy duty foot file. It can leave skin feeling a little tight though, so be sure to follow up with a good foot cream or lotion afterwards.