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Nice Feet

Reviewing: Ped Egg  |  Rating:
dizzyduck By dizzyduck on
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After a long cold winter, my feet were so not ready for summer sandals. They were dry, rough, calloused and just plain nasty. In the past few weeks, I have used one of those file thingys, pumice stones and a razor callous remover. Nothing made much of an impact on my winter feet.

I had been seeing the cheesy commericals on TV for the PedEgg and wondered if they worked. I am aways skeptical about things sold on TV. If it seems too good to be true and all that.

I was browsing my neighborhood CVS last week and wandered into the "as seen on TV" section and saw a display of PedEggs. I though, "Why not?' It was only $9.99 and I had already spent at least that much on products that didn't work.

As soon as I got home I gave it a try. Guess what? It really does work. I started on the callouses on my toes and it really shaved them down. I know that sounds gross, but if you have callouses you know what I mean. It took off all the dead, dry skin on my heals and left my feet softer and smoother than they have been in a long time. The egg shape does fit into my hand very well and the little files are sharp, but not so deep that they gouge at your skin.

My feet were in such bad shape it took me three days to really get them looking good, but, now they do look good. Maybe not great, but good.

So, if you still have a case of dry, cracked winter feet, give PedEgg a try. For only $9.99, it is a lot cheaper that an professional pedicure.