Ped Egg Pedicure Foot File, Colors may vary
- Professional style foot file with precision micro-files that gently remove calluses and dead skin
- Leaves your feet looking and feeling baby soft and smooth
- Crgonomically designed egg shape fits perfectly into the palm of your hand
- Traps shavings inside, so there's no mess to clean up
- Includes 2 emery finishing pads; colors may vary
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Size: 1 pack
The PedEgg is to be used on clean and dry skin free of any moisture. The PedEgg needs to be clean per directions in the instruction booklet.
Top Customer Reviews
On a whim I ordered the "Ped Egg". I followed the instructions exactly and to my complete amazement, it worked! I saw a huge improvement with the very first use. Follow it up with pumice if you need to and some kind of creme or lotion to keep in the moisture.
I have to say that I was skeptical but am really very pleased and happy about the results produced by using the "Ped Egg".
HELPFUL HINT: If you order from their website, they'll offer you "Extras" and charge a ridiculous amount of money for each item. My suggestion is to do as I did and only order ONE Ped Egg (no extras). Because when you get the product you'll find a leaflet in the package that offers additional Ped Eggs with FREE SHIPPING.
This is an amazing product and I hate to see that folks who aren't happy with the decisions they made to buy from random other places are putting negative reviews about this product....(read the negative reviews...you'll see)...
Anyway. I bought this at my local walgreens and it came with 1 pedegg and 2 emery "stickers" for additional smoothing action....And a little form to order more pedegg smoothing/sandpaper replacement stickers...
I have extremely callused feet - so bad that my calluses often make the back of my heels cracked and at right angles... I'd say the thickness of my calluses on the heels (where it is the worst) are around 1/8" thick. Gross.
Anyway- pedegg made quick and comfortable work of removing those calluses and then I used my stand alone smoothing file to finish the job....
I was amazed at how quick and comfortable it was and a little horrified (and fascinated) by the amount of callus dust in the containment area... There were a few tablespoons... It was nasty BUT my feet look better than they have in 6 years of using Diamancel's #20 file (which was close to $50 if I remember correctly).... This clearly did it's job...I washed it after use but I didn't have to stop and rinse it and it showed no signs of "gumming" up during the first run with it- unlike other foot implements that I have had to bang like heck or scrub to finish the job...
And this product seems much safer than the typical callus shavers on the market (and not as scary in concept!)....
I don't think the emery/smoothing sticker things are a big deal- for final smoothing I have a little revlon foot shaped thingy so I don't have to bend more than using this pedegg for a few minutes (I have a screwy spine and a busted hip)....
Anyway- great product if you have nasty feet like me or you like doing the home pedicure thing....
I have posted pictures above so you can see exactly what I received.
I have some advice for people w/ badly callused heals:
If I were to do it again, I would do it over 2 or even 3 days. Yes indeed, my heels are baby soft now, I can't believe it! But... I noticed IMMEDIATELY when walking across the carpet that my heels are very sensitive now. A few hours later my heels were warm to the touch, a bit "throbby" and a little red. I'm a person who can be VERY sensitive to things in weird ways, so perhaps I'm the only person that's had this happen, but WHY NOT just wait for 2 or 3 days to have the softest heels you've ever had in your life?? I used it two days ago and my heels are quite hot and red and I notice myself walking on my tip toes to avoid putting full pressure on them. Ouch.
They are NOT bleeding or raw or anything crazy like that. I think that my heels have been so covered and protected by thick dead skin for so long (FYI: I'm 35 and definitely didn't have the worst heels I've ever seen) that they honestly have never had this many nerves exposed before! I hope it doesn't take long for this to go away.
Again: It works! I would use it again. But I would do it over 2 or 3 days because I had NO idea I had done too much.
How it works: The Ped Egg is shaped like an egg that's flattened on one side and it's about four inches long, small enough to fit into any purse. The round side fits comfortably into the palm of your hand. The flat side -- the business side -- looks like a mini cheese-grater and works on pretty much on the same principle. Rub it over your heels and the graters pulverize the dry skin painlessly into so much powder. The powder is trapped inside the Ped Egg, but as you change its position on your feet while you use it, some of the dust will fall out through the holes, so put a towel or a paper towel or a newspaper under your foot to catch any residue. The Ped Egg comes with two oval-shaped emery pads to rub over your feet after you finish using it. (The emery pads have an adhesive backing to adhere to the bottom cover of the Ped Egg.) Slather on a lot of lotion at the end, and your heels will feel softer than a baby's butt. No kidding -- this thing really does work.
Once you've got your feet in shape with the Ped Egg, weekly maintenance (or twice a week in cold, dry weather when cracked heels are endemic) should be all that's required. Unless you've got actual scales on your feet, using it every day shouldn't be necessary. You can buy replacement emery pads, but actually any emery block that you pick up for a dollar in the nail care section of your local drugstore should work just as well.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This was an ok product before I knew better. It works for a little while, but it's a little hard to hold, and I feel like the holes could be a little bigger - there's a lot of... Read morePublished 3 days ago by Kim
Tried twice. I agree with others that this is poorly made either due to change in product or it is a knock off. Read morePublished 4 days ago by C. Escobar
Doesn't work well at all.. Do yourself a one up, and just spend $20 on the real pedi eggPublished 4 days ago by Amazon Customer
At first I was not sure if it worked, but I had used the electric new version of Egg Ped roller and I loved it; so I decided to give this one a try and I can honestly say that I... Read morePublished 6 days ago by Brigitte Gonzalez
Struggled for many years with rough cracked heels - this gently removed the skin, then the emery board attachment made it all smooth, then I applied some heel balm gold. Read morePublished 16 days ago by khd
The material was cheap, definitely not the ped-egg that you buy from As Seen On TV.Published 18 days ago by Katrina Joy
Fake..fake...fake...fake...fake...it sucks compared to the real one ePublished 19 days ago by joe tidwell