Monday, June 18, 2012

Toe Juice Giveaway!

Once upon a time I got a planters wart. I didn't even know what it was. When I found out that, that is what it was I was completely grossed out! It hurt to walk. I had the sucker froze twice, which only seemed to make it worse. It hurt to get it froze towards the end. Shortly afterwards I was walking on a big blister. Try running after kids with a blister on your heel!  Then I kept hearing people say that freezing didn't even work for them.

I saw a few reviews on other people's blogs for a product called Toe Juice.  I have to say that I was skeptical with any product on the market after getting my foot froze twice and it making things worse! At the same time I was willing to try anything to get my foot back to the way it was.

Brace yourself because the before picture is really gross. I feel like I have to show you what the planters wart looked like, so you can truly see how the Toe Juice helped.

Before and After. It's not completely gone, but all the skin is new, and pink. It doesn't hurt to walk anymore! YAY!

Toe Juice helps with many things:
  • Cracked Skin
  • Warts
  • Eczema
  • Athlete's Foot
  • Circulatory Irritations
  • Irritating Rashes
  • Calluses
The planters wart did not go disappear overnight. It took 3 1/2 weeks for the wart to start to go away. I was getting nervous; that I may have it for life. Skin issues take awhile to get better.

I'm happy that it works on eczema. My boys sometimes get eczema on their scalps during the heat of the summer.

Toe Juice is not messy to apply. It really evaporates into the skin fast. I'm used to applying things that are greasy to my boy's heads in order to get rid of their eczema. Toe Juice isn't greasy at all! It's all natural and plant based.

I'm very happy to giveaway a 4.6 ounce bottle of Toe Juice.
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Disclaimer: The opinions on the post are my personal take on the product. This blog is a personal blog written and edited by me. I am not compensated to provide my opinion except for receiving the products themselves to test out. Toe Juice provided to me a free product to help with this review/giveaway.

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Anonymous said...

Funny name, can't help but cringe and giggle but definitely good to know. My son had one on the heal of his foot as well which as you know made it very difficult to do much when it was frozen and the blister took it's place! If he ever gets another I will be looking into toe juice instead!!

jayedee said...

i have a patch of psoriasis on my left itches like crazy and is unsightly enough, that i won't wear shorts in the summer. it's aggravated by stress which means i'm just about on fire right now. i'd love to try this product!

Eat To Live said...

I have had skin issues and if I can't get my body alkaline, I might have problems forever.

jenzen69 said...

Both my daughter and I have eczema. I would love to try this product; right now we use a prescription, it works but it is rough on our skin and not meant to be used all the time said...

I have had fungal issues off and on for several years - have tried numerous solutions - would love to try this one.

Anonymous said...

My daughter has had a hard time with planter warts! trishbazin(at)

MommaMary said...

My poor feet look more like they need a pedicure all the time. I would like to find a product that softens and gets rid of all that dry skin and keep my feet soft.

Biki said...

Besides always having so much extra skin on the back of my heels (so much that it looks crusty), I also have very dry skin and this sounds like it'd help.

Maryann D. said...

I do have dry and itchy sensitive skin.
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Maryann D. said...

I entered ProFoot giveaway
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Candie L said...

I have extremely dry feet and I will wake up during the night because of the dryness. Thank you


Candie L said...

I entered the profoot contest. Thank you


Maryann D. said...

I entered Key FInder giveaway
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Sewing-Chick said...

This would be good to have- I've had a wart on my foot before, and once you have one, the way I understand it is that the virus is always in your body, so they keep coming back :(


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