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Does it Work: Miracle Foot Repair

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It's sandal season, but before you slip into those flip flops, you might want to do some maintenance.

Miracle Foot Repair promises to give you smooth, summer-ready feet – but does it work?

Jason Armstrong is a runner, and uses "minimalist shoes" to maximize his training, but it comes at a price.

"It has affected my feet," he said. "I've gained some pretty decent sized calluses because of it, but I just kind of work around it and just kind of man up on the training."

Armstrong says he's tried pumice stones and lotions, but they didn't help much. Miracle Foot Repair promises fast-acting relief for dryness, cracking, itching and odors. We sent Armstrong home with the tube, and directions to apply the lotion two or three times a day.

Six days later:

"It definitely works in that sense of softening your skin, but I wouldn't consider it to heal calluses or callus problems," he said. "I'd consider it like a glorified lotion."

Armstrong rated the $9.99 Miracle Foot Repair a B+.

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