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We haven’t featured a Logic-al Choice product in a while. It’s not for lack of retail-love, but more so because I wanted to present something more interesting and fun than the latest lipstick or handbag. How about the latest favorite in foot beauty pedicure products?


Summer is coming and those toes will soon be in the open. Don’t think that that peep-toe shoe is hiding anything. We can still see if your feet are under performing.

I have been criticized in the past for not keeping my feet well maintained in the winter. I keep the nails clipped for shoe comfort only. Cuticles, nails, or extra pedile skin (I just made up the term pedile, but I like it) are not my priority when it’s cold outside.

Enter spring-winter mix for us in Chicago- sounds like CaramelCrisp CheeseCorn Chicago Mix at Garrett’s. One day it may be 40 degrees, then the next day 75 degrees . Any given day may be a potential open toe day. One has to be ready. A single spring end-hibernation pedicure is not going to completely buff away months of heel skin collection. I don’t even want that pedicurist scrubbing hard enough to buff me down. These pit bulls are sensitive.

So what’s my solution?

It was a late night at Prentice Women’s Hospital when one of the nurses began talking about this new foot exfoliation product that she had tried. She was marveling that she initially thought it didn’t do anything. Less than a week after trying this stuff, she began to slough like a snake.

Intrigued? Check this out. These pics are my own feet during Patchology PoshPeel Pedicure.

Patchology PoshPeel Pedi Cure peeling

Patchology PoshPeel Pedi Cure close up of peeling skin
Up close and personal!

Patchology PoshPeel Pedi Cure Review: I have now used this stuff twice because of how much I love it. I used it once last fall, and again a couple of weeks ago. Completely painless and thorough. The only downside is that I need to wear socks the whole time that the slough is in progress because the dead skin volume is abundant. Is it just me? Possibly.

To use it, you pour this clear solution into the foot bags and put your feet in them for about an hour. The bags have stickers to wrap around your ankles so that  they don’t move and you can walk around.

After my most recent treatment, I went to get a pedicure for nail beautification and general relaxation. The pedicurist didn’t have to buff my feet AT ALL. They were already smooth as baby feet. If I ever become a professional singer, I can call myself Wendy “Babyfeet” McDonald. Maybe not the brand I was shooting for, but it’s catchy!

Check this stuff out if you won’t be grossed out by your own painless shedding. I loved it and will be doing it again in a few months.

Scrub blue nail color
I call this nail color Scrub Blue. I also like Mammogram Mauve and Speculum Silver (smh)



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Dr. Wendy Goodall McDonald is a board certified OBGYN. She began practicing medicine in 2007 and now uses her extensive knowledge and growing following to increase health awareness in a fun and viral way. She is the founder of The Gyneco-blogic and an author of numerous books for adult and childhood health education and social growth. For more, check me, I mean her out at

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