Miss Oops Reviews: Pedicure in a Bottle, Rescue Sponge, Boob Tube

by on Monday, January 17th, 2011

Miss Oops is a company that makes products for all the tiny (but hardly overlooked by you) details in your life.  From mishap tape to a lint roller, these items are reasonably priced, and all in the vein of “hey, that’s helpful!” She’s Smart was given the chance to review three items and let you know what our honest thoughts are. I took the task, and here is what I felt:

miss oops pedicure in a bottle reviews

Pedicure in a Bottle $18.00: I’m someone who is constantly attending to her feet, because I can’t stand when they feel rough at all. So, yes, I’ve tried tons of different products. But I’ve actually never tried one like this – which exfoliates and then is absorbed into your skin rather than rinsed off. This makes it so much easier to apply. The more I use this, the more I love it. I seriously need to RAVE. It works so well. I don’t know that I need to buy other lotions ever again. And I use this on my cuticles and it soothes those – and ooooh, I love smooth cuticles. You guys. This is a miracle product.

miss oops reviews“Why it Works: Glycolic and Salicylic acid work together to exfoliate dead skin. The glycolic acid weakens the binding properties of the callus around the heels of your feet. The salicylic acid causes the cells to shed more readily. Together they act as a dissolvent. The hydrating components include shea butter, avocado oil, sunflower seed oil, and joba oil. The lavender is added into the formula to absorb odor.”

Other Miss Oops Pedicure in a Bottle reviews agree, this is the real deal. It works. I even rub some into my cuticles and rough elbow. The formula has a light lavender smell that doesn’t linger too long. The formula has no greasy or oily residue, and really seemed to absorb within minutes. Most lotions don’t feel like this. For instance, usually if I apply product to my elbows and arms, then sit down at this chair (it’s a brown leather executive chair I bought for my birthday last year) then the lotion residue gets rubbed off and absorbed by the chair – which is awful. But here, that couldn’t happen, and didn’t happen. There’s no “granules” that do the exfoliating, it’s in the ingrediants that do it. Anyway, my point is that it’s like a really nice cream lotion in many ways.

This product is brilliant, and I don’t ever want to be without it.

Miss Oops rescue sponges reviews

Miss Oops Rescue Sponge Review $10: This is a durable, miracle sponge that works to remove dirt, makeup, deodorant marks and all sorts of “markings” on your clothing that shouldn’t be there. This sponge actually does work, I tested it with deodorant and with some looser mineral powder.

insert to cover cleavage

Miss Ooops Boob Tube Review $25: Do you have some tops (generally V-neck’s) that go a little too low? This little item is kind of like a tube top that fits around you comfortably to cover that little triangular section that reveals too much of your cleavage, it works to show an insert to cover cleavage.

insert to cover cleavage I’ll be honest, I’m not entirely sure why a similarly-priced camisole couldn’t do the job as well. Although I did think of one reason this might be better. If you are going to be working all day then you wear one of these, but then you scoot into the ladies room and pull it off and into your purse (it folds up small, it’s not bulky) and then you are ready for your date that night. It’s not uncomfortable to wear, and it’s available in tons of colors and even in lace versions. No more overexposure at the office!

Miss Oops has lots of simple solutions to some of those big problems of ours. My favorite product of these three is the Pedicure in a Bottle. Totally worth repurchasing over and over again.

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Disclosure: Items were sent to be reviewed.

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